This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now.
Facebook will start testing mid roll video ads, according to [UNKNOWN].
Ads will only run if a viewer has watched 20 seconds worth of a video that's at least 90 seconds long total.
The move will also give publishers a cut of the revenue, which will be about 55% of the sales.
IBM was awarded over 8,000 patents in 2016, placing the company at the top of the list According to the US Patent and Trademark Office, among IBM's thousands of tens, 2700 stem from the field of artificial intelligence in cognitive computing.
Coming in behind IBM was Samsung with around 5500 patents followed by Canon with over 3600.
And finally, Uber is planning to release a heap of traffic and transit data it's collected from the billions of trips it's logged.
Via its ride sharing service.
The information will be released via a site called Movement which will only be available initially to urban planners, city officials and research groups.
Uber says the information will eventually become public.
You can stay up to date by downloading the CNET tech today app in the Apple app store.
Apple to expand offices, Google and Amazon play nice
Intel's new chip architecture, Apple's subscription news service...
Google CEO testifies, Super Micro says 'no spyware'
Google+ shutting down earlier than planned, Amazon fires seller...
Uber could go public in early 2019, CDC investigates e-scooters
Apple waiting on a 5G phone, Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint...
Apple Watch 4 gains EKG, Lyft to go public
Secret Service testing facial recognition, Qualcomm's ultrasonic...
Microsoft bailing on Edge, Epic Games to launch a digital game...
Tumblr to remove adult content, Apple will wait on a 5G phone