Monday , November 22 2021


Color of Change's Jade Ogunnaike wants tech platforms to do better

After years of growing dissatisfaction, the moderation problems of social platforms are beginning to end up on the bottom line. Last week, Facebook struggled to curb an increasing boycott of advertisers, with large companies like Unilever, Diageo, and Coca-Cola abandoning all advertising on the platform for the rest of the …

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Nuro works with CVS to deliver recipes in Houston

Start of self-driving delivery Nuro announced a partnership today to deliver customers recipes and other important things. The pilot, which will be limited to the Houston metropolitan area from June, will serve people with three postcodes near the CVS location on Bissonnet St. in Bellaire, according to Nuro. Users of …

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Mark Zuckerberg defends the Trump directive for employees after the strike

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, held an extensive employee conference today, dealing with allegations that Facebook allowed misinformation about elections and obscured the promotion of violence by President Donald Trump. While Zuckerberg said he should have given employees more transparency, he stood by what he described as a "fairly thorough" …

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Facebook introduces a dark mode for cell phones

After starting a dark mode for the desktop surface, Facebook confirms that a dark mode is also being tested for its mobile apps. As first noticed by SocialMedia todayFacebook has made dark mode available to a very small percentage of people worldwide, a spokesman said The edge in an email …

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