Speaker 1: This is Cena. And here are the stories that matter right now, Tesla, chief, Elon Musk, won't be joining Twitter's board of directors anymore. Twitter CEO PIAG Arawa outside Musk turned down a board seat on April 9th. The day the appointment was supposed to become effective. Earlier this month, Musk disclosed. He accumulated a 9.2% stake in social media company, making him its largest shareholder AAL. Didn't say why Musk had declined the board seat, but said the decision was quote for the best.
Speaker 1: [00:00:30] The us food and drug administration has cleared Fitbits atrial fibrillation detection feature, Google, which owns Fitbits says the technology will be coming soon to a variety of heart rate enabled devices. The feature it passively assesses your heartbeat rhythm and will alert you. If it detects anything. Suggesting AFib AFib is a type of irregular heart rhythm that can be difficult to detect and can increase a person's risk of stroke. The clearance comes after a 2020 heart study that found Fitbit detected and correctly identified AFib episodes. 98% [00:01:00] of the time when compared ECG patch monitors. And finally, Netflix is rolling out a two thumbs up feature, which lets you alert the streaming service to shows you really liked. So it can recommend similar content. Netflix is existing thumbs up and thumbs down options already help tailor recommendations, but the two thumbs up feature lets you declare your love for a particular title and will sharpen suggestions even more. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CX.