This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Microsoft has announced the purchase of ZeniMax Media for 7.5 billion in cash. The entertainment company owns several industry leading game developers, including Bethesda Softworks, the maker of the Post-Apocalyptic, Fallout games and the fantasy series The Elder Scrolls. The move grows the number of in house Xbox game development studios to 23, giving it control of some of the game industry's most popular franchises. Microsoft's move comes weeks before the November launch. Its next big video game consoles and bolsters the company's game pass subscription service. Quibi the star studded mobile streaming service Is exploring strategic options including a possible sale less than six months after its launch in April according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. It is also considering raising more money or going public through a merger with a specially formed company that could help it fund deals, the report added, setting unnamed people familiar with the matter. [MUSIC] And finally Amazon Sidewalk, a low bandwidth network that was first announced last year is getting some new smart devices as it prepares to launch later this year. On Monday, the technology giant announced in a blog post that later this year, many Echo devices will support Amazon Sidewalk. As a way to quote use echo as a Bluetooth sidewalk bridge to help compatible devices automatically connect or reconnect to their router. Set up new echo devices or locate items connected to the sidewalk. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet