Jan. 11, 2017

Facebook combats fake news, Twitter dashboard gone and photos with fingers

Facebook combats fake news, Twitter dashboard gone and photos with fingers

Verizon hates its customers and AMD new CPU launching soon?

Today's Episode
Twitter is on a roll. Not a good one, though. They announced Twitter dashboard will shut down. Yes, the dashboard app seemed interesting. Allowing brands and businesses to monitor, tweet and schedule all in one app. 2017 is not starting off on the right foot for Twitter. It was a business decision, but, maybe Twitter should focus on Twitter. No more other apps, just Twitter. Let's hope Twitter finds its way.

However, Facebook is finding a way to repair its relationship with publishers and reports. They have launched a new project dedicated to journalism. This gives them tools and a better way to live stream. It should be interesting to see if this pays off.

Show Timeline:
Windows 10 testing out a new security feature
Microsoft is letting customers lock down their data
Trello was acquired
Search and sends GIFs in WhatsApp
Instagram now shows ads in stories
Nokia teases another new Android phone
Facebook Live updates
Facebook introduces a “Journalism Project”
FCC has concerns over zero-rating
Android Wear 2.0 is coming… finally
VSCO NY office closes
Adobe and the AI helper
Twitter dashboard is shutting down
Yahoo is no more and Marissa Mayer is out
Amazon gets hit with a fine
Silicon Valley is clueless again
AMD RyZen to ship on March 3rd
Intel gives hyperthreading to its low-end chips
Hackers can steal your fingerprints in photos
Verizon hates unlimited users
Apps/Programs to try:
Show Highlights:
I'm so sick of Silicon Valley and not understanding reality

Twitter needs to focus on Twitter.

If you like flashing peace signs, waving or thumbs up in pictures, don't do it.

Verizon, this is sending the wrong message.

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