Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Samsung's next galaxy watch will be announced at an event later this summer. We don't know what it will be called, but we do know a little about the operating system software inside. There's gonna be a new interface that is co-designed by Google. It is called one UI watch. It will be coming to other watches in the fall. Samsung has not shown off what the watch will look like, but recent links suggest that it could look similar to the galaxy [00:00:30] watch active two design, and it may be called galaxy watch. Four. Netflix is making things a little easier for Android users that watch mobile downloads. Now you can play a movie or show even if you have not finished downloading it. So if you lost connectivity, mid download, you can at least watch what you have so far. The feature is planned to come to iPhones and iPads later. Meanwhile, YouTube TV that's Google's live TV streaming service. That's trying to replace cable. It's now offering 4k content [00:01:00] for an extra $20 hours a month. Subscribers can add the 4k plus package. It comes with 4k resolution and offline DVR downloads, which include live sports like the Tokyo Olympics and the MLB all star game. It also offers unlimited simultaneous streams at home, instead of just limiting it to three streams, stay up to date at the latest by visiting CNET.