Petya virus analyzed, EU demands Google change search
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The Petya virus crippled thousands of computers across the world this week.
Security experts believe the cyber attacks specifically targeted Ukraine with the intent of destabilizing the country.
The global outbreak's origins were traced back to Ukraine spreading through tax prep software.
The European Union hit Google with a fine of over 2.7 billion dollars over the way Google presents shopping search results.
Google ads on top show a lineup of where to buy a product from different online outlets, and the EU saw this as unfair.
To smaller companies who rank lower in search results, Google is considered an appeal.
Nintendo is targeting our nostalgia once again, the company announced it will release a Super NES Classic Edition.
In September for $80.
The system looks like a smaller version of the 1991 console but it will not play old cartridges, instead comes with 21 pre-installed games including a never before released game Star Fox 2.
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