Even 60 years after the United States and Russia put the first humans in space, new twists on those kinds of missions can still grab our attention and fire our imaginations. That has happened twice in recent weeks, first with the flight to the edge of space fromcrew, followed by brief adventure with weightlessness.
But were they just rides or is there a greater purpose behind rocket launches and a quick and safe return to Earth? That’s something these companies will have to prove in the coming months, as will other space enthusiasts.. We dive into that here.
Those are some of the many in-depth features and thought-provoking comments that appeared on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don’t want to miss:
Bezos called it “the first step of something great.”
Comment: Do we really want the likes of SpaceX and Blue Origin to be the authors of our future in space?
In an exclusive interview ahead of Nothing’s first product launch, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei talks about his startup and the Ear 1 headphones.
The newly appointed antitrust regulator has Silicon Valley in its sights.
This addictive children’s cartoon symbolizes the dilemma of screens in the era of the pandemic.
The actor and tech entrepreneur shares his thoughts on the dilemma behind some of the nasty speeches online and how a simple addition could have a big impact.
Nintendo’s story makes a Switch Pro seem unlikely.
We left with our mouths open and expectations high.
Activists and researchers found the Israeli company’s software targeting the smartphones of activists, journalists and executives.