GoPro recalls Karma drones and Facebook challenges LinkedInToday's biggest tech news sees a recall from GoPro, Facebook's foray into job searching and a major unpatched Android security flaw.
This is cnet and here are the stories that matter right now. GoPro has recalled 2500 Karma drones, sold since October 23rd, over concerns that a small number of the quadcopters were losing power while in flight. Replacement has yet to be offered, but the company is working on getting the problem fixed. For now owners can get a full refund. Facebook has opened the door to assist business managers in locating potential new hires. A new feature is currently being tested that allows business pages to promote job openings and receive applicants from candidates. Finally, the November Security Patch for Android that was released by Google, doesn't address a major security flaw that was recently discovered. The exploit, which is dubbed Dirty Cow, could potentially give a hacker complete access to the mobile operating system. Expect to see the full fix in another update very soon. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app in the Apple App Store.