Google ordered to hand over emails to FBI, a vertical forest will grow in ChinaIn today's tech news, a US judge has ruled that Google must comply with an FBI search warrant to view emails stored overseas. Electrolux is buying sous vide machine manufacturer Anova and a Chinese city plans to combat pollution with towers covered in...
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. A US judge ruled on Friday that Google has to comply with an FBI search warrant seeking customer emails stored on a foreign server. According to Reuters, the warrant stemmed from a domestic fraud investigation. The judge's decision is contrary to a similar case last year in which a federal appeals court ruled that Microsoft did not have to hand over emails stored on its servers in Ireland. In a statement following the ruling, bugle said that it plans to appeal. Swedish company Electrolux, the world's second largest appliance manufacturer, will buy [UNKNOWN] culinary for 250 million dollars. San Francisco based Anova is best known as it's Anova precision circulator that it heats and controls the temperature of a water bath used for [INAUDIBLE] cooking. Anova launched its product on the crowd funded site Kickstarter in 2014. The Chinese city of Nanchang is proposing a vertical forest to combat pollution. As imagined by Italian architect, Stefano Boeri, two towers covered by thousands of trees and shrubs will absorb enough carbon dioxide to make around 130 pounds of oxygen every day. Similar structures already exist in Italy and Switzerland, but this would be the first In China, [MUSIC] stay up to date by downloading the cnet tech today app, available for IOS and Android.