Apple finally put chips it designed itself into the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro, and the Mac Mini.
“If an account is mentioned often alongside certain terms, they can become algorithmically surfaced together as an association.”
The map gave away disputed territories claimed by India, colored in bodies of water, and left Croatia blank.
It's not “pick-eye.”
Earlier this year, Ankhi Das was accused of shielding politicians from India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party from Facebook’s hate speech rules.
Faster processors, better cameras, more durable front glass, faster chips, and snap-on chargers using magnets are among the new features.
To avoid paying a 30% cut, Indian tech companies are looking for new ways to get apps in the hands of consumers.
“Rather than seeing progress, we have seen regression,” Biden's campaign manager wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
It also released a new Ring car alarm, a car cam to monitor break-ins, a new version of the Echo, and more.
“If this happened in America with interracial couples being doxed, there would be rapid action, I am sure of it.”
The ban goes into effect Sept. 20, but TikTok may be allowed to reverse the decision if it resolves the president’s national security concerns.
There's also a service bundle called Apple One that lets you get all Apple services for a flat fee.
A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew about specific examples of global political manipulation — and failed to act.
“I don’t know what the damn problem is at Facebook with anti-Muslim hate, but I would just say at this point that they don’t seem to care.”
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Facebook will also impose restrictions on forwarding links in Messenger.
At a companywide meeting, Facebook's CEO also said President Donald Trump brought up China during an October dinner at the White House.
Ankhi Das expressed regret in an internal Facebook post — but some Muslim employees think the company needs to go further.
Ankhi Das reportedly protected right-wing politicians from punishment for violating the social network’s rules — and is now facing death threats.
“We will pursue all remedies available to us in order to ensure that the rule of law is not discarded.”
In his executive order, the president argued the app "automatically captures vast swaths of information from its users" that could be used against American interests.