The retail giant has partnered with Microsoft to pursue a deal to buy the US assets of the hit video service, in compliance with the US government's sell-or-close order.
Notably, Oracle and Netflix are also pursuing a deal.
Here are other updates.
Facebook on Thursday filed a lawsuit against a US-based man who operated a fake engagement service on Instagram and "used a network of bots and automation software to distribute fake likes, comments, views, and followers."
The company also sued a British developer who used malicious software to collect Facebook's user data and failed to comply with the social network's audit requests.
The person (27) contacted a non-American Tesla employee working at the Nevada Gigafactory and offered them $1 million for the job of injecting malware into the car-makers' systems.
The employee agreed with the hacker but then informed Tesla and worked with the FBI to get him arrested.
It will be available for testing in the coming weeks and let you have both one-on-one and group calls from the big screen, which should be connected to a microphone and camera.
Among other things, LG announced a new air-purifying mask, Activision officially revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War, setting its launch date for November 13, and Google announced revamped Snapshot menu for Assistant to show more relevant information.
Twitter, meanwhile, updated its policy to hide 'copypasta' or tweets that have been copied, pasted and tweeted in the same way.
As for the vaccine, Trump said US will have a safe and effective shot this year to crush the coronavirus pandemic, while a separate research found that Serum Institute is well positioned to deliver a vaccine to India in Q1 2021.
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