Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now, the Tokyo Olympic games have officially begun with the opening ceremonies scheduled to air in America. On Friday evening, NBC is the official broadcast partner of the game. So you can stream the ceremony and the events through their Olympic site. NBC olympics.com with a cable login, no cable tri to site like YouTube TV, sling TV, blue Hulu with live TV or FUBU TV check to see which of these services carrier local NBC station. But note that [00:00:30] all of them offer a free one month trial. NBC streaming service peacock will offer highlights of the games and delayed replays for free the Olympic games though postponed a year by the pandemic will run through August 8th. Google maps is adding transit crowd predictions to 10,000 transit systems in 100 countries. So you know, which crowded areas to avoid the predictions are based on AI technology, user feedback and location trends over time and cities like Sydney and New York, the crowd indicator will work on a car by car [00:01:00] level. These features are, are available now with the latest Google maps update on Android and iOS. And finally, the Moderna COVID 19 vaccine was recommended for use in children 12 to 17 years old in the European union. It's the first time the shot has been authorized and people under 18, the us food and drug administration is currently considering whether to authorize the vaccine to the same age group here in America.
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