Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Robin hood has been find 70 million for misleading customers. Financial regulator FINRA found some users of the stock trading app was shown inaccurate negative cash balances while others were allowed to trade with borrowed money. Despite having that feature turned in the app, as part of the settlement, Robin hood will pay more than 12 million in restitution to customers, but it has neither admitted nor denied the charges. [00:00:30] Apple released the first public beta for iOS 15 and iPad OS 15 on Wednesday. First announced a WWDC in June. The OSS offer a raft of new feature like FaceTiming with windows and Android users, better notification summaries, and totally revamped, multitasking and home screen layouts for iPads, iPhone, and iPad users can download the software today by enrolling in Apple's public beta program, you can find the full, how to guide on CNET for those keen to wait. The fully fledged [00:01:00] versions are due out later this year, and finally at and T is switching all its Android users to Google's messages, app, allowing customers to use RCS or rich communication services. Android users will be able to text over wifi or data, share full res images via text easily start group chats and see when someone is typing a reply. Google also announced its rolling out end-to-end encryption for one-on-one conversations in the app.
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