Google job search adds salary info, mini Galaxy S9 rumoredToday's biggest stories in tech include Google's job search tool providing valuable information for job hunters and a report that says Samsung will expand its Galaxy S series next year.
This is cnet, and here are the stories that matter right now. Google's new job search tool got some new features. When you search for jobs using Google, you should be able to get salary information. Google says some figures it displays are estimates drawn from other sites like LinkedIn and Glassdoor. When specific salary information is obtainable, Google will show how it compares to similar jobs In the coming weeks, Google is adding the ability to save jobs right inside search. There seems to be a new phone rumor everyday. This time, a report says Samsung is working on three Galaxy S9 devices for 2018. A smaller version with a screen size under five inches would join the S9 and S9 Plus. The name of the smaller device is not known. And Samsung has not confirmed the report. US wireless carrier Sprint has announced that new and existing customers on its unlimited Freedom plan will get access to Hulu's limited commercial service for free. That Hulu service normally costs about $8 per month. However, Sprint users will not see an increase in their bills. The deal goes live on Friday, November 17th. This move is similar to how AT&T gives free access to HBO, and how T-Mobile bundles in Netflix with certain plans. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET tech today app. Available for iOS and Android.