Tech Bytes: SpaceX Mystery Launch, Samsung TV "Wall"

January 08, 2018 07:19 AM

In today's tech bytes, a mystery shrouded mission. SpaceX delivered a government spacecraft called "Zuma" into orbit, but few details were given about the launch. Its precise location was not disclosed, and it's not clear which arm of government funded funded the launch. SpaceX once again guided the first-stage rocket booster back to earth to be re-used.

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Samsung TV is getting early buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show. It's called "The Wall" because it's more than 12 feet diagonal. Samsung says it will be available this year, however there is no price yet.

Two major Apple investors say the iPhone is "toxic" for children. They study apple to help parents control how much their kids use their iPhones. They also want a study of the impact of the over-use of smart phones on mental health.


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