Kamis, 01 Februari 2018

SpaceX rocket is tougher than expected. It's The Daily Crunch.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 2018 By Darrell Etherington

SpaceX has a lucky break, Telegram not so much, and Instagram is giving advertisers more to work with. All that and more in The Daily Crunch for February 1, 2018

1. SpaceX launch results in lucky windfall

SpaceX has launched its latest Falcon 9 mission, carrying a satellite to orbit for the Government of Luxembourg. The mission was pretty standard stuff for the space company these days, but it did have one surprise.

Though the mission parameters didn't include a recovery attempt for the Falcon 9 first stage booster used during the launch, the rocket fell back to Earth and wound up pretty much intact in the ocean. SpaceX could, conceivably, even use it again.

2. Telegram gets booted from the App Store

Telegram hasn't had a good day. Its apps have been kicked off the iOS App Store, apparently for violation of Apple's content rules. Usually that just means they'll need to put better filters in place to make their way back.

3. Instagram is bringing Carousel Ads to Stories

More than one ad can be shown in sequence in ads in Instagram Stories now – up to three, in fact, which can include both images and videos.

4. Accidents happen – sometimes to me

Turns out that doing automated driving tech demos isn't always the safest thing in the world, who knew? We were involved in an accident during a test of an Autopilot-like system. Luckily, everyone was okay, but it is a measure of how far things have yet to go.

5. YouTube TV makes its way to Roku

In happier news, especially for streaming fans, Roku device owners can now access YouTube TV. Hooray!

6. Alibaba is buying a third of Ant Financial

Alibaba wants to be more invested in its financial services affiliate Ant Financial, so it's inscribing its total stake to a third of the company.

7. Musk sold all his dumb flamethrowers

And the world spins on.

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