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3 Things To Know

NASA's Furthest-Ever Space Mission, Google's FCC Green Light and Airline Mistake Fares. (60-Second Video)

Here are three things entrepreneurs should know today.
Entrepreneur Staff
Associate Editor
1 min read
  • Happy New Year! On Earth, it began with a record-setting space mission by NASA. We now have images of the oldest object ever observed by a spacecraft -- Ultima Thule -- and it's four billion miles away. 
  • The FCC greenlit Google to move ahead with its radar-based motion sensor that tracks slight hand and finger motions to inform commands. For example, a user could rub a finger on a speaker to turn up its volume instead of adjusting a dial. 
  • Cathay Pacific Airways accidentally sold first- and business-class seats for $675 when they should have cost around $16,000. It's unfortunately already too late to snag the fares, which were from Vietnam to New York, but the airline will honor the ones already sold. 

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