Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, HTC unveiled the vibe flow a device. The company is calling smart glasses. They do feature folding sides. However, you cannot see through them without turning on pass through cameras. The HTC vibe flow displays content using a phone and requires an external battery for power. The device costs $500 and is up for pre-order. Now Microsoft said it will be shutting down the localized version of [00:00:30] LinkedIn in China. The company said it is facing a significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements in the country. The new strategy for Microsoft in China will, will be to focus on matching professionals with jobs. The new service will be called in jobs and will not include social feeds or the ability to share posts or articles. Twitter's revenue products lead announced that the social network is currently testing a new way to show ads on the platform. Ads may appear inside of conversation [00:01:00] threads after the first, third and eighth reply. This test is currently running worldwide on iOS and Android. Only afterwards. Twitter will make a determination on whether to make the feature permanent, stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.