This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. SpaceX lifted a record breaking number of satellites in a single payload on Sunday morning when its transporter one rideshare mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The payload to orbit includes a cornucopia of small satellites from government and commercial entities Teas along with tennis space, X’s own styling, broadband satellites in total, the company says there are 143 little spacecraft, a board, which it claims to be a record. [MUSIC] Microsoft has walked back the controversial decision to increase the cost of Xbox live gold memberships announced last week. In an update to the blog post that announced the higher pricing, Microsoft said on Friday. We messed up today and you will write to let us know connecting and playing with friends is a vital part of gaming and we failed to meet the expectations of players who count on it every day. As a result, we have decided not to change Xbox Live Gold pricing. And finally a website designed to help identify individuals at the January 6 Capitol Hill riots quietly went live earlier this month, displaying 1000s of facial images of people who allegedly participated in the deadly siege. The website called faces of the riot includes nearly 6000 images captured from videos uploaded to parlor, a social media site popular with conservatives. Parlour was recently forced offline for allowing posts about the interaction that led to the deaths of five people. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by visiting C/Net.