Google employees stage walkout, Apple touts new products
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Employees at Google staged walk outs at the company's offices around the world in protest of how Google handles sexual harassment.
The walk outs were spurred by a New York Times report that said Google protected three executives after accusations of harassment.
article named one of the executives as the creator of Android, Andy Rubin.
Apple has pulled watch OS version 5.1 in response to a number of reports that the update was breaking the series 4 watches causing an endless bootloop.
Among the updates contained in 5.1 were improved fall detection features There's no yet on when EKG functionality will hit the watch.
And finally, Apple announced the [UNKNOWN] of new products including long awaited updates to the iPad Pro, Mac Mini and Macbook Airlines for a full rundown specifically outlining the details and the specs, you can head over to CNet.
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