Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now. Jack Dorsey is no longer the CEO of Twitter. The 45 year old billionaire stepped down from running the micro bloggy network. He co-founded nearly 16 years ago taking the CEO spot. ASAG AWA he's the company, chief technology officer, but Twitter is not, Dorsey's only job. He's also CEO of payments company square Dorsey made the announcement Monday [00:00:30] in a farewell email to his employees. And he said, I've decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders. He will remain onto Twitter's board through the end of his term in 2022. Meanwhile, Facebook whistleblower Francis Hagan will testify before Congress. For a second time, she will be speaking Wednesday at a hearing to deliberate. If tech giants like Facebook should be held liable for the things users post on its network. [00:01:00] And in gaming news, Sony has filed a patent for a PlayStation mobile controller in images reported by the site video games, Chronicle. It's something that looks like a PS4 dual shot controller, but with a giant screen in the middle, almost like sandwiching a foam between two controller grips PlayStation controllers can already be used with mobile devices when they're connected by Bluetooth. But this suggests Sony has its mind on taking mobile games to another [00:01:30] level. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.