Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, stock app, Robin hood announced it experienced a data breach. The company says the incident happened in early November, affected around 7 million customers to varying degrees and involved the responsible party, demanding payment in an extortion attempt, no social security bank account or debit card information is believed to have been exposed. Robin hood says it's in the process of contacting the users affected by the breach [00:00:30] Twitter officially launched its first attempt at a paid subscription option for its users. Twitter blue is now available in the us and New Zealand and comes with premium features. Add free news articles, undoing tweets, and deeper customization options. The company says the service is aimed at power users who mainly use mobile devices and reiterated that Twitter itself would remain free to use for anyone uninterested in the paid tier. And finally, Google is asking people with speech [00:01:00] impairments to help test a new Android app designed to better help the company's speech recognition algorithms project relate begins by asking testers to record set phrases, to learn how individual users talk then gives users access to transcription, repeat and assistant features. Google is looking for English speaking testers in the us Canada and New Zealand to try the app and give feedback, stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.