Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, apple has stopped selling its products in Russia, in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. In a statement on Tuesday, the company said it also stopped all exports into Russia, limited apple pay and blocked downloads of Russian state homed media outlets, RT news, and put news in the app store. Outside of Russia, the company also confirmed it had disabled traffic and live incidents in apple maps in Ukraine, quote, as [00:00:30] a safety and precautionary measure for Ukrainian citizens. Meanwhile, YouTube and Facebook are also restricting access to Russian state controlled media on their platforms. In a tweet on Tuesday, Google said it was blocking YouTube channels connected to RT and Sputnik news across Europe Facebook's parent company, meta has also limited RT and Sputnik across the EU. In response, RT said no evidence had been provided to support the block while Sputnik said the move amounted to quote censorship and double standards [00:01:00] and far in other news, Uber has announced a new feature on its app for booking live events and dining. Uber explore uses your Uber and Uber eats app usage to make suggestions in categories like food and drink art and culture and music and nightlife. You can then book tickets directly through the app or book rides to the event. Uber explore all went live on Tuesday in 15 cities across the us and Mexico.
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