Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Google has been sued by more than 30 state attorneys, general. They allege that Google's Android play store violates antitrust laws. The suit focuses on the 30% fee, Google charges developers for selling digital goods and services through the play store. Google published a strongly worded response in a blog post. The company said this is a meritless lawsuit that ignores Android's openness, and [00:00:30] it raises risks for small developers, Qualcomm and Asus teamed up and introduced the world to the smart owned for Snapdragon insiders. Qualcomm says this Android powered handset is a premium package of mobile experiences with the latest 5g and wifi tech inside the phone is also being touted for its gaming ability cameras with AI and sound quality. It won't come cheap though. The smartphone for Snapdragon insiders costs a whopping [00:01:00] $1,500, but it also includes a set of master and dynamic earbuds, a bumper case charging cable and charger. If you use windows, get updating Microsoft just released patches for the security flaw known as print nightmare. The flaw allowed attackers to take control of a PC with full system privileges. Microsoft is even issuing a patch for windows seven, an operating system that Microsoft no longer officially supports. [00:01:30] Be aware that some security experts are saying the latest patches may not provide complete protection from an attack.
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