Facebook says it’s updating its location settings on Android to give people more choice and transparency over how the tech giant collects and stores location data.
Nearly a dozen different companies have terminated or paused their ads on YouTube. Earlier this week, a viral video created by YouTuber Matt Watson that pointed out how simple it is to find videos of underage girls in compromising and sexually explicit positions, caused massive commotion on Twitter.
Disney and Nestle have paused advertising on YouTube after reports of a pedophile network rampant in the comments of monetized videos, according to Bloomberg. Fortnite maker Epic Games has also paused some advertising, a spokesperson confirmed to CNBC.
The future is now, specifically that Nike didn’t QA the *android* version of their Adapt app as thoroughly as their iOS app, and all customers with Android devices now have bricked shoes due to broken firmware update routine. @internetofshit
Walt Disney Co. is said to have pulled its advertising spending from YouTube, joining other companies including Nestle SA, after a blogger detailed how comments on Google’s video site were being used to facilitate a “soft-core pedophilia ring.
A mysterious unreleased Google device has cleared the Federal Communications Commission. Based on the description, it seems like it may be an updated version of the Google Wifi router, which hasn’t seen an update since it was first released in 2016, via 9to5Google.
FILE PHOTO: Silhouettes of mobile users are seen next to a screen projection of Facebook logo in this picture illustration taken March 28, 2018.
Apple plans to make it easy for developers to merge iOS and macOS apps into one by 2021, according to a new report. The project, dubbed “Marzipan,” hopes to encourage development and boost App Store revenue.