Facebook bug changes 14 million users' settings, Amazon Fire TV Cube makes Alexa the remote
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A Facebook bug altered the default privacy settings for 14 million users.
Specifically, the bug changed the default sharing settings and set them to public.
But it was only during four days from May 18th to May 22nd.
Facebook has since fixed the problem, and it will alert affected users to check their old posts from that time.
Amazon unveiled a new streaming device called the Fire TV Cube.
The small box gives you the power to control your entertainment system with your voice.
The Cube can answer commands to do things such as power on the TV, control the cable box, fast forward Launch Netflix play a specific show, you can even ask it to show you pet videos on YouTube.
The cube ships in two weeks for $120 but prime members can pre order it now for $90.
Blackberry revealed it's next android phone it's called the Key2 and yes, there is a really keyboard.
The design of the keys are a step up from last year's model and privacy software may also be in attractive feature in a time where data breaches are happening everywhere.
The phone launches this month for $650.
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