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Project Scorpio specs, Android Wi-Fi vulnerabilityToday's biggest tech stories include Project Scorpio's full specs unveiled, Twitter's new "Lite" mobile version and a recent Wi-Fi exploit discovered on Android phones.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Microsoft revealed specs for the companies new XBOX One upgraded console, currently being called Project Scorpio. Eurogamer's Digital Foundry got to check out what's under the machine's hood to find a substantially powered unit outpacing what's inside the PS4 Pro and of course in XBOX One. The new console will supposedly run all Xbox One games much better and allow for 4K gaming. Most critics though are reserving judgement until more games are set for release on the platform. A new mobile version of Twitter called Twitter Lite will use less data so that it works for people with slower mobile connection With the company saying it will save up to 70 percent of data. The version is geared towards developing markets that don't yet have a high speed infrastructure. Finally, project zero has discovered an android vulnerability that exploits false wi-fi signals that can allow a hacker full access to a device. Google is aware of the problem and will roll out a fix in an April security update. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play store.