Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, a cyber attack has hit one of the biggest beef producers in the us forcing it to shut down major processing plants. The company JBS was hit by a cyber attack, targeting its servers in the us and Australia on Sunday, according to Bloomberg, the attack forced JBS to take it systems offline and suspend operations in its five largest us beef plants, which together process more than 22,000 cattle per day. [00:00:30] The attack comes just weeks after hackers targeted. One of the biggest gas pipelines in the us crippling fuel supplies across the east coast. Invidia has unveiled its newest gas aim GPUs at Compex in Taipei announcing the GForce RTX 30, 70 T and 30, 80 T the 30, 80 T promises more memory and cause than the 30, 80 while the 30, 70 T offers the same amount of memory as the RTX 30, 70, but with much better memory bandwidth. [00:01:00] But while both graphics cards go on sale in early June, the company recently said it expects supply issues for its GPUs to continue for a number of months. Vaccine maker Moderna is seeking full FDA approval for using its COVID 19 vaccine in adults. The company currently has emergency use authorization for the vaccine in people over the age of a 18 in the us and said it would continue to submit more data to the FDA from its phase three studies, more than 124 million [00:01:30] doses of the Moderna vaccine have now been administered across the United States.
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