William Shatner goes to space, Apple pushes against sideloading apps (again)
Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. William Shatner, best known for playing James TKI in the original cast of star Trek completed his first real trip to space. The actor blasted off a top, a blue origin, new shepherd rocket from the company's west Texas launched site, early Wednesday, more earning making him the oldest person ever in space. The experience lasted just over 10 minutes and after returning to earth, Shatner thanked blue origin, [00:00:30] founder, Jeff Bezos, and described the trip as profound apple is once again, making its case against side loading apps on iPhones and iPads. The company released a report pointing to increasing attacks and malware infections on competitors' devices. Citing reports from governments around the world who have issued warnings over how people download apps. The white paper comes as apple faces increased scrutiny over how much control it exerts over how users download apps on iPads [00:01:00] and iPhones. And finally, the white house is bringing together more than 30 countries to discuss ways to counter ransomware attacks and eliminate safe harbors for criminals. The virtual meetings will focus on topics like national resilience, the misuse of cryptocurrency to launder ransom, payments, diplomacy, and efforts to disrupt and prosecute ran our criminals. The summit follows several high profile ransomware and cyber attack episodes in the us
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