Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now. It seems Amazon is ramping up its grocery delivery services. According to a report from the information, Amazon is planning to launch a service similar to Instacart in the us, and it would expand what it already has in Europe. Further. Now, Amazon has been doing grocery delivery for years now through whole foods or Amazon warehouses, but this new service is supposed to allow deliveries from third party supermarkets and vendors. [00:00:30] Getting groceries fast is something other companies are leaning into. Uber has expanded its same day grocery options. And so has Instacart and DoorDash. One Walmart in our Arkansas is even using drones to deliver groceries by air. Meanwhile, apple has a new Android app. Yeah, you heard that right. And the reason is for security, it's called tracker detect. It helps people who don't have iPhones find unexpected air tags that may be lurking nearby [00:01:00] that way.
Speaker 1: If you, you think someone's using air tags to track your location, you can scan around to try and find it. It sounds creepy, but it happens. Air tags are designed to help you find lost keys or a lost backpack, but it can be used to track and stock people, an iPhone and iPad users can download a system update iOS and 15.2 is now out. It brings macro control to the iPhone 13 and a new, cheaper, more limited apple music plan. [00:01:30] It's called the voice plan. And that comes to all iPhone users. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.