Facebook, Twitter head to Capitol Hill, Chrome's new look
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Facebook's Sheryl Samberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Google's Larry Page are testifying before committees in Capitol Hill to discuss their platform's role in the dissemination of information and how they product can be used to manipulate public opinion.
The hearings are aimed to more questions for this leaders as well as plans for securing user security And follow CNET for the latest from DC.
For a few moments on Tuesday, amazon was a trillion dollar company.
The online giants stock rose to a high of $2050.50 but didn't stay there for long.
Apple became the first US trillion dollar company in early August.
And finally For Chrome's tenth anniversary, Google has given its web browser its first full redesign in a decade.
The new look sports rounded corners, a new color palette, and features like an advanced password manager and more robust omnibox address bar.
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