MyFitnessPal hack hits 150M users, Tesla recalls over 100,000 Model S carsIn this week's wrap-up, a big data breach hits the popular calorie tracker app and site. Meanwhile, Tesla wants to fix a faulty steering bolt that could pose a problem for some of its cars.
This is C/net and here are the stories that matter right now. Myfitnesspal has been hacked, Under Armour owner of the app and site said that data on 150 million accounts were breached, email addresses, hashed passwords and user names were gathered. Under Armour says payment data was not compromised. The company is requiring MyFitnessPal users to change their passwords. Apple introduced a new version of the iPad. It's a 9.7-inch model that starts at $329 or 299 for the education market. The new iPad has an upgraded processor and support for the Apple pencil Otherwise, the newest iPad remains relatively unchanged from the previous model. Tesla is recalling 123,000 Tesla Model S vehicles built before April 2016, due to a faulty power steering bolt. Those steering bolts may be subject to excessive corrosion. If those bolts should fail, Tesla says the driver would still be able to steer the car, but would have to use increased force. The company also says there have been no accidents or injuries related to the issue. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app, available for iOS and Android.