Apple's WWDC event, Microsoft to buy GithubThis week's major tech headlines include all of the news from Apple's WWDC event, Microsoft's purchase of Github and Spotify's secret device.
This is CNet and here are the stories that matter this week. It was all eyes on Apple earlier this week cuz the company teased a number of software updates to its mobile and Mac devices. Some standouts include 32 person group face time, dark mode in the forthcoming Mojave OS, and a new walkie talkie feature headed to the next Apple watch software update. For more check out CNET full coverage. Microsoft has agreed to acquire Github, a popular website where people store and share software code. Bloomberg reported this on Sunday. A purchase price wasn't revealed but Github was last valued at 2 billion dollars in 2015. They said host 27 million software developers working on 80 million repositories of code. And finally it's entirely possible that Spotify is secretly building a piece of consumer hardware according a registration with the FCC which the companies usually do before they submit a wireless device. Aside from that specific hint it's anyone's guess what the music streaming service could be making though most experts are anticipating some kind of smart speaker. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app in the Apple or Google Play store.