SpaceX launches new era in space travel Video
SpaceX launches new era in space travel Video Transcript
Today we have lift off. It's a new era for social media for stays exploration and for (shoot?). I'm Briget Carey and this is your CNET update. Despite all of the (heights?) Facebook stock and it's first probably for today right where it began at $38 a share. CEO Mark (Sickerberg?) ring in the (Aztec?) opening (??) virtually from the Silicon Valley Campus and later shares began trading at around $42. It was actually half our related trade because of a (glitch?) of an (Aztec?) exchange. It didn't take long for the stock draw back down the $38 by the time the market close. It's the largest initial public offering by internet company and Facebook raise $16 billion from it, it's almost ten times with Google raised when in public in 2004. You're probably won't seen an (IPO?) like this again. And right after shares in public, Facebook with hit with a class action law suit that claims Facebook envaded privacy for tracking users after they logged out. The law suit combines 21 cases across the US and it's asking for $15 billion in damages or about $10,000 per Facebook user. A Facebook spokesman told (Bloomberg?) and quote the law suit is about merit and we will fight it vigorously. Samsung Galaxy S3 reportedly or it has more than 9 million (pre-worth?) according to a Korean newspaper. The Galaxy S3 debut at the end of May in Germany and eventually will go on sale in the US sometime this summer. Comcast is (ditching?) its data (cut max?) of 250 gigs a month and now it's adding a new praising structure. Once the user go pass 300 gigs a data it will charge customers $10 for every extra 50 gigs used that (much?). On Saturday the world enters a new era in space explorations space will actually make history as the first commercial company to send space craft to the international space station. With help from NASA, (I cape can I will?) it will launch the (??) rocket which will be carrying supplies to the space station. It's an unmanned mission and will last 21 days. Alive stream of the launch event begins at 4:00 AM Eastern and there's no better way to ring in the moment then by dressing like an astronaut and Nike has launched Nike craft, a sport (rely?) of items made from bizarre materials they'll use of a mission space such as the (??) shoe it's a snicker made from the same material you use in the air bags of the (Mars rover?). It's inspired by the artist Tom (Sachs?) and it's installation in New York called Space Program Mars. That's your (tech?) updates for today and for more on the stories on today's show this is CNET.com flash updates. For more studios in New York. I'm Bridget Carey.
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With Donald, Darren, and Benito at the helm, there's nothing stopping us from devoting a third of the show to outer space. After all, NASA has 19 billion dollars to burn, humanity has a new planet to play with, and space travelers now get their own special beer. Plan your space vacation now, because life on earth is getting creepy. Android apps are watching you, Groupon is launching a human breeding program, and the era of Minority Report "pre-crime" detection is nearly here. -Donald