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Speaker 1: Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Google maps has temporarily disabled, certain features of its app in the Eastern European nation. That includes live traffic conditions and how busy stores and restaurants are. The decision was apparently made to protect Ukrainians. After the company consulted with regional authorities, while people outside of Ukraine, won't be able to see traffic conditions. Drivers within the country will still see live traffic information while using turn by [00:00:30] turn navigation, Facebook parent company meta says hackers are targeting more Ukrainian military officials and journalists to spread disinformation. The hackers are part of an operation called ghost writer and have compromised some Ukrainian Facebook accounts. The company says MEA pulled down around 40 fake accounts, pages and groups on Facebook and Instagram from Russia and Ukraine. The social network also said it restricted some accounts upon requests from the Ukrainian government, including several run by Russia state media. [00:01:00] Meanwhile, apple could be working on a new foldable device. That's a crossover between an iPad and a MacBook. The rumored hybrid could have a 20 inch screen according to some speculators or possibly a virtual touchscreen keyboard. On one side, apple hasn't commented on the rumors, but the device could be released in 2026
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