Netflix adds offline viewing, massive layoffs at GoProIn today's tech news, Netflix finally offers offline viewing, GoPro makes big cuts to its workforce and Gooligan malware infects over a million Google accounts.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Netflix has finally allowed its subscribers to download content from the servers of its vast library for offline viewing, but not all of the shows and movies will be available Available for download. Either way this is sure to make those long flights much more bearable and updated mobile Apple soon roll out that will add an arrow icon next to title that can be downloaded for offline viewing. [MUSIC] GoPro is laying off 15% of its workforce that's about 200 employees and shutting down the ambitious entertainment arm of the company that was designed to be a one-stop shop for action camera content. goPro has had a rough year dealing with weak hardware sales and a drone line that has struggled to take off. And finally, new malware called Gooligan is targeting legacy versions of Android. Including false KitKat and Lollipop flavors of the mobile operating system. More than one million Google Accounts have been compromised, and that number grows by 13,000 users a day. Security software company Check Point has a way to detect infection on their website. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple App Store.