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United States Department of Justice charged four men for the 2014 hack of Yahoo that affected over 500 million accounts.
Two were officers in Russia's federal security service.
The DOJ says the mission of the hack was information gathering, like gaining access to accounts of journalists, employees of cyber security firms, and government officials.
Intel announced it will acquire self-driving startup, Mobileye, for around $15 billion.
Mobileye provides driver assisted technologies for 27 automakers.
Intel will combined Mobileye into its automated driving group.
Standard Innovations settled a lawsuit where the plaintive alledged the company improperly gathered and transmitted highly sensitive information about its customers.
Standard Innovation makes an app enabled sex toy called WeVibe.
The $3.75 million settlement will send up to $10,000 to each customer.
Amazon's assistant is now built into Amazon's shopping app for iOS.
Hitting the microphone gives users full access to Alexa's skill set.
The voice assistant is currently absent in the Android version of the app.
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