Trump claims Google rigs search engine, SpaceX explains where Mars astronauts will live
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US President, Donald Trump, falsely claimed Google rigged its search engines to hide good news about him.
In a series of tweets, Trump insisted the search engine was biased and that it was "very dangerous" Trump economic advisor Larry Cutlow said the administration would look into whether not Google and its search engine should be regulated by the government.
Bose is getting into the smart speaker game.
The audio giant revealed three new devices.
The home speaker 500, the soundbar 700, and the soundbar 500.
According to Bose, your voice commands will even be heard while you are playing loud music.
Each speaker comes equipped with Amazon's voice assistant, but Bose says other voice assistants will likely be added in the future.
The devices launch in October and start at $400.
And finally, SpaceX is giving the public an idea of how and where Mars bound astronauts might live.
Principal Mars development engineer Paul Rooster spoke at the annual Mars society convention explaining that while living on the surface of the red planet was the ultimate goal, initial Mars expeditions would likely make their home inside the spacecraft that brought them there.
SpaceX's website says it aims to send cargo to Mars by 2022 and humans just two years later.
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