Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Instagram is requiring all users to share their birth date. Instagram says this will make the platform safer for younger users, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook will start to ask for your birth date, if you haven't already given it. And those that refuse will eventually lose access. The point is to restrict some types of ads for users under 18 years of age, and to prevent adults from sending private messages to people under 18, or at least [00:00:30] to those who are truthful about their age. It also means every user will now be getting ads more targeted to their age. Apple music is getting ache classical upgrade. The iPhone maker announced it is purchased streaming music, service prime phonic. The company says in the coming months, apple music will get better classical playlists and content along with better search and detailed displays of classical music metadata.
Speaker 1: The prime phonic app will be taken offline next week [00:01:00] on September 7th, jury selection starts Tuesday for Elizabeth Holmes' Theno trial. The blood testing startup was once worth 9 billion. And now the disgraced founder and CEO is hoping to avoid 20 years in jail. As she's charged with multiple counts of conspiracy and fraud over the claim she made about the healthcare startup. The us was said to revolutionize blood work testing, but investigations revealed the technology had serious problems. Opening arguments begin [00:01:30] next week on September 8th in federal court in San Jose, California, stay up to date with the latest by visiting SNET.