Samsung's top boss arrestedIn this week's wrap-up, a South Korean court orders the arrest of Samsung's acting leader. Meanwhile in the US, Verizon jumps back on the unlimited data wagon causing every other wireless carrier to take note.
This is CNet and hear the stories that matter right now. The acting head of Samsung was arrested in South Korea. Samsung vice chairman Jay Y. Lee is being charged with perjury, embezzlement and bribing impeached president Park Geun-hye. Lee's trial could take up to eighteen months. Facebook's autoplaying videos will no longer be muted by default on mobile devices. That means when you scroll past a video in your news feed be prepared for audio to fade in and out. Facebook said if your phone is set to silent you will not hear anything. This latest improvement can be turned off in the settings of the Facebook app. Verizon surprised everybody by bringing back unlimited data. For $80 per month Verizon will offer unlimited data, text and talk for one line. This caused all the other major wireless carriers in the US to make moves. Demo will offer HD video streaming and 10 gigabytes of high speed hotspot data access in it's existing unlimited plan. Sprint followed suit offering HD video streaming on its unlimited data plan. AT&T changed its unlimited plan. It no longer requires a DIRECTV or U-verse TV subscription. Disney has drop sweetest youtuber pewdiepie from his maker studios after he posted several anti-semantics videos on his channel. In a video from january now deleted, he was showing laughing as two men held up a banner that read, death to all jews. The YouTube channel is a multimillion dollar business with more that 53 millions subscribers [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app available for IOS and Android.