Google sued over location data, Meta builds AI supercomputer
Speaker 1: This is Sena and here are the stories that matter right now, Google is being sued by multiple states over how it handles your location. Data attorneys general from Indiana, Texas, Washington state, and Washington, DC teamed up to file suits against Google over its use of location data alleg that the company makes it nearly impossible for people to stop their location from being tracked in a statement, Google noted the improvements it has made to make location [00:00:30] settings easier to manage. Meanwhile, over at meta AKA Facebook, the company announced it built one of the world's fastest AI supercomputers. It will be used to solve problems that involve looking at multiple layers of data to make decisions. It can even be powerful enough to simultaneously translate speech for a large group of people that are speaking different languages. And it's never too early in the year for rumors to fly about new apple gadgets. Bloomberg's Marger reports, [00:01:00] apple Cade out widest array of new hardware. Yet this fall with multiple versions of new iPads, Mac computers, AirPods, apple watches, and iPhones, and that iPhone 14 it's rumor to have design changes, including ditching the notch on the front for a pill shaped hole punch for the camera, stay up to date with the latest, but I visiting seen it.