Apple removes app used in Hong Kong protests, humans are reviewing Amazon camera footage
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now.
Apple has removed a mapping app that crowd sources the location of police and protesters in Hong Kong from the App Store.
Apple says HK map.live violates the stores guidelines and local laws.
The company also said it took down the app after learning it was being used by protesters in Hong Kong to ambush police and threaten public safety.
The App Maker argued that there is zero evidence to support its app created a threats to public safety.
A report by Bloomberg says that teams in India and Romania are reviewing video clips from Amazon cloud cams.
The teams that use the clips to train the cameras artificial intelligence technology.
Amazon only reviews video footage that is voluntarily submitted by users.
Waymo is one step closer, to getting fully driverless cars on the road.
The company sent an email to members of its early rider test program.
That says soon, they may be matched with a vehicle without a trained driver.
Up until this point, waymo most self driving vehicles would include a driver as a safety measure.
The company's email says that if a person is matched with a vehicle without a driver, they will see a notification in the demo app.
Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.com.
All the highlights from Google's Made By Google event
Fortnite down after black hole, Uber lays off 350
Fortnite's explosive ending, Pixel 4 rumors swirl ahead of launch
The PlayStation 5 is official, Amazon's first kids Kindle
Shooter in Germany live-streams on Twitch, Facebook rejects Biden...
Playstation 5 in 2020, Twitter privacy breach
MacOS Catalina has arrived, Amazon's first kids' Kindle
Samsung Galaxy Fold gets torture tested, Tim Cook rules out Apple...
Microsoft's new dual-screen devices, PS Now 50% cheaper
Instagram releases new app, Google brings incognito mode to Maps