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Google's brand new Pixels and the incredible Yahoo hackIn this week's wrap-up, Google introduces the world to its new phones, speakers and laptop. Meanwhile, parent company Verizon reveals a 2013 hack actually affected all three billion of Yahoo's user accounts.
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Google introduced a lot of new products. First up are the new pixel phones. There's the pixel 2 and the pixel 2 xl. Internally the phones are essentially the same, both feature a rear camera that earned the highest score from DXO topping the iPhone 8 plus and the Galaxy Note eight. Google also introduced new Google Home Speakers. There is the $50 Google Home Mini and the $400 Goggle Home Max. Both feature Google Assistant. There's also a new Pixelbook laptop with Chrome OS. It's very thin at approximately 10 millimeters and weighs 1.1 kilograms. Check CNet.com for all the details/ Details. Yahoo's parent company, Verizon gave new info on the 2013 Yahoo hack. Last year, Yahoo had said that the 2013 affected 1 billion accounts. Verizon says that hack actually affected all three billion of Yahoo users accounts. Again, all [MUSIC] 3 billion data compromised includes names, phone numbers, birth dates and passwords. There are a handful of reports saying that some iPhone 8 plus devices are physically splitting apart due to a swelling battery issue. An Apple spokesperson said the company is aware of the reports and is looking into them. The iPhone 8 N8 plus first went on sale on September 22nd. The first report on this one prompt occurred shortly thereafter. And finally AOL instant messenger will be shutting down. AOL has sending emails. To users that said that service will be discontinued as of December 15th, 2017. AOL Instant Messenger has been around since 1997. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app available for iOS and android.