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Google's parent company, Alphabet, has agreed to purchase fitness wearables giant Fitbit for $2.1 billion.
Google hopes the move will bolster it's wearables, allowing a bigger investment in its wearables operating system Wear OS, and introducing new made by Google devices To the market it said in a blog post it will never sell personal information all use Dada full Google ads the acquisition is expected to be completed in 2020.
Insanely popular social media wrapped TIKTOKin which uses a show for music videos is reportedly under investigation by the US government.
TikTok, which is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, has skyrocketed to popularity in the last two years.
Reuters reports, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States will review the app and ByteDance's purchase of US company Musical.ly two years ago.
Congress has questioned the app storage of private data and content censorship due to Chinese ownership.
And finally [UNKNOWN] scientists discovered a new type of black hole.
Researchers at Ohio State University probed the universe and found the cause of black holes smaller than any previously detected.
The black holes, scientists have seen in the past are usually 5 to 15 times more massive than our Sun.
But using Earth and space-based telescopes Researchers found a black hole only 3.3 times more massive than the sun, the smallest yet.
Astronomers will now be able to probe the cosmos looking for these tiny invisible monsters, which could help explain black hole formation and evolution.
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