Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now. Tech leaders from Google, apple, Microsoft, and Amazon met with president Biden on the topic of cybersecurity. Coming out of this meeting, Google announced that it would invest more than $10 billion over the next five years in cybersecurity, Microsoft promised it would invest 20 billion to advance its security solutions. Over the next five years, Amazon shared two new security initiatives. [00:00:30] Those are cyber security training materials available to anyone and a free multifactor authentication device for qualified Amazon web services. Customers, president Biden said most of our critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector and the federal government can't meet this challenge alone. A device user manual for augmented reality glasses made by Facebook popped up online. The documentation is for a device specifically described as for [00:01:00] non-consumer use only images show a pair of glasses with thick rims and thick arms.
Speaker 1: It will house four cameras with two buttons and a toggle switch as controls. The glasses do not use any visual, augmented reality, but it does work with a mobile app called Reen. Facebook has already confirmed that it's consumer AR glasses will be coming this year with Ray band branding. Netflix is currently testing video games on its service through its Android app in Poland, stranger [00:01:30] things, 1984 and stranger things. Three are the games that are available to try out last month. Netflix confirmed plans to expand into video games. The company said that these games will not have ads, nor would they have in game purchases. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.