Amazon union bid gets second vote, Apple loosens App Store payments in South Korea
Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Amazon employees in Besima Alabama will vote for a second time on whether or not to unionize. The first vote rejected a union two to one, but the result was thrown out. After the national labor relations board found Amazon illegally interfered with the process. Amazon said it looked forward of the election, but union organizers say not enough has been done to prevent Amazon illegally interfering. Again, employees will vote by mail. Next month with votes counted on March [00:00:30] 28. Apple will cer our third party payments on its app store in South Korea. According to Reuters, apple is making the change to comply with new regulations in the country, which, and app stores from forcing developers to use their in-app purchase systems. Apple currently collects a 30% fee on in-app purchases, a system that led to a lawsuit from epic games last year in a statement to Reuters, apple said it looks forward to working with regulators and developers on a solution for Korean users. And [00:01:00] the Oscars will have a host this year for the first time in three years, the president of ABC entertainment, Craig OWI announced the change on Tuesday, according to variety, but didn't reveal who would host the change comes in an unusual award season. This year's golden Globes went ahead without any TV broadcast with winners instead being announced via live tweet. The Oscars will air on ABC on March 27th. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.