Microsoft criticizes government's online security, Zelda may be heading to mobile
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Microsoft is slamming government agencies for reportedly hoarding software flaws and attempting to keep them secret.
The company's chief counsel, Brad Smith, went on to say that such vulnerabilities open users up to attacks like last week's wanna cy ransom Smith says government need to use this as a wake up call to rethink security strategies.
Nintendo is reportedly developing a Zelda game for mobile phones according to the wall street journal.
The details are a bit light regarding what kind of Zelda game will hit the small screen causing some to speculate it could be a more watered down experience like super Mario run.
Up next for Nintendo will be a mobile version of Animal Crossing.
And finally Audi and Volvo have committed to Android Auto saying the software will be built into each other's next generation of cars.
This news come on the heels of Google's IO conference where we expect to hear to more announcements showcasing where Google's software will be utilized.
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