Facebook hands over Russia-linked ads, Hulu sweeps the EmmysFacebook has given investigators details on Russian ads shared on its network, Hulu gets its first major Emmys wins and Qualcomm talks up auto innovation.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Facebook has handed government investigators fresh details on Russian ads shared on its platform during the 2016 election. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook has given Special Counsel Robert Mueller information it previously said would only be shared under a search warrant. Including copies of the ads and details on the Russian linked accounts that shared them. The Department of Justice hasn't commented but Facebook says it's continuing to cooperate with authorities. Hulu has graduated to the big time, winning a raft of Emmys for its original series, The Handmaid's Tale. The show picked up awards for outstanding drama series, as well as nods for acting, writing, and directing. Hulu wasn't the only streaming service to do well, with Netflix Series, The Crown, Black Mirror, and Master of None also snagging awards. [MUSIC] And finally the next major tech advances are going to be found in your garage, not in your pocket That's according to Qualcomm's CEO Steve Molenkoff. He took to the Frankfurt Auto Show to say cars will be the most innovative platform of the next decade rather than smart phones. Looks like your next tech hint is about to get more expensive. [BLANK_AUDIO] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play stores.