Tech Bytes: Facebook going Low-tech, New Alarm Clock

Updated: February 19, 2018 08:11 AM

In today's Tech Bytes, Facebook is going low-tech in its fight against Russian election meddling. Soon, anyone who wants to buy an election ad will be sent a postcard with a special code to prove they're in the U.S. It will be implemented before the midterm elections in November.

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Space-X is sending two experimental satellites into space on Wednesday. Those satellites will test the technology that space-X plans to use, to deliver high- speed internet service across the globe.

There's a new alarm that makes you put your foot down, called "Ruggie." It's designed to help chronic over-sleepers and it's said to snooze proof. It won't stop beeping unless you stand on it for at least three seconds.

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