Twitter asks users to change passwords, Google Assistant gets smarter
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Twitter is asking users to change their passwords.
The company says it found a bug that stored passwords unmasked in an internal log.
Twitter says it has fixed the bug and it believes that the data was not compromised.
The company also post an apology saying we are very sorry this happen.
We recognize and appreciate the trust you place on us.
Google just made its assistant smarter.
It can now control more than five thousand smart devices.
A system can be found on phones as well as Google smart speakers like the Google home.
A wide range of devices are now controllable by Google assistant including smart lights, thermostats, locks and more.
Google also says that Assistant on Wear OS, which can be found on smart watches, is getting upgrades over the next several days.
Sony announced that God of War is the fastest selling PS4 exclusive ever.
Between April 20th and April 22nd, more than 3.1 million units were sold.
That makes plenty of sense considering reviews for the game are almost universally positive.
CNET's Jeff Bakalar called it, a staggering achievement in gaming.
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