DOJ indicts alleged hackers behind huge cyberattacks, Nokia to build 4G network on the moon
This is see that and here are the stories that matter right now.
The Department of Justice announced six Russian military hackers have been indicted over a series of cyber attacks.
The hacks include what is considered the most destructive cyber attack in history, attacks that caused blackouts in Ukraine and an intrusion on the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The Assistant Attorney General for national security said quote, no country has weaponized its cyber capabilities as maliciously or irresponsibly, as Russia.
Nokia announced it is working with NASA to build a 4G network on the moon.
The LTE network will allow for voice and data communication.
Additionally, it could power navigation and stream of biometric data of astronauts to Earth.
The new service should be complete by the late of 2022.
Apple launched Apple Music TV, it's a 24 hour livestream of music videos, live shows and other music events.
Right now Apple Music TV is available to us residents only.
And is accessible through the Apple Music app or the Apple TV app.
On Thursday, Apple Music TV will feature Bruce Springsteen to celebrate his upcoming album.
Stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com
FTC to fight for your right to repair, Twitter tests downvote
Netflix expanding into video games, Musk says Tesla Superchargers...
Jeff Bezos becomes an astronaut, Amazon to stop COVID testing...
Jeff Bezos successfully flies to space, Amazon to stop COVID...
Bezos rockets to space, Tesla launches self-driving subscription...
Biden calls out Facebook, Hubble up and running
A teenager heads to space and LG's rollable TV hits the US market
Valve announces handheld console, Microsoft brings Windows to...
TikTok's major download milestone, LG's rollable OLED headed...
Netflix, Disney Plus land Emmy nominations, Apple launches MagSafe...