Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, the apple watch won't be getting a blood pressure monitor until at least 2024. According to Bloomberg, the company has tested the technology, but reportedly had issues with the accuracy. Apple is also working on adding blood sugar monitoring to the watch, but that's several years off as well. According into Bloomberg apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Amazon warehouse workers had twice as many injuries as staff at other warehouses. Last year. That's [00:00:30] according to a study from the strategic organizing center, a coalition of four us labor unions, which analyzed Amazon data submitted to OSHA. The study found Amazon recorded 6.8 injuries per hundred workers compared to 3.3 injuries per hundred across the broader industry. In a statement, Amazon set a major boost in pandemic staffing was one factor in the increase, but the company was making measurable improvements to reduce injuries. And in other news, privacy focus search engine duct duct go launched [00:01:00] its first desktop for Mac on Tuesday. The app, which is still in beta includes a built-in private search engine, a tracker blocker, and a smarter encryption feature that redirects you to encrypted versions of websites. Speaking about the app, the company said, duck dot, go for Mac. Isn't simply a replacement for incognito mode, but rather it's designed to be used as an everyday browser that truly protects your privacy. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.