Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Twitch put up a blog post and shed some light on its recent data. Breach. Twitch says that the data was exposed due to an error in a Twitch server configuration. This led to a malicious third party accessing the information. The blog post also said there is no indication that login credentials have been exposed and that since full credit card numbers are not stored by Twitch, no full credit card numbers were compromised. Apple is [00:00:30] working on a new project that would allow iPhone users to control more of their vehicles functions. According to a new report from Bloomberg code named Ironheart iOS users would be able to access the things like the cars, radio, heat, and AC controls. The idea would be to have a one stop solution instead of having to flip between using a smartphone to control media, and then use the vehicle's native controls. Windows 11 was released this week, but you may want to wait if you have a computer powered by an [00:01:00] AMD processor, AMD and Microsoft have disclosed that there may be as much as a 15% hit on performance. After installing windows 11 on AMD machines, AMD says a fix from Microsoft will come in a windows update scheduled for this month.
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