Facebook's Journalism Project, JetBlue's high-speed Wi-FiToday's tech stories that matter include Facebook's new Journalism Project designed to combat fake news, Samsung's Note 7 woes nearing an end and JetBlue's launch of a high-speed Wi-Fi service across its entire fleet.
This is CNet and here are the stories that matter right now. In an effort to take more responsibility for its role in media, Facebook has announced a new initiative called the Journalism Project, which aims to train writers how to use Facebook as a reporting tool and how to educate the public in figuring out fabricated news story. The project is just another move in the social network's recent re-examining of it's effect on the internet. Samsung has announced that over 96% of all the company's Note 7s have been returned, which is up from 93% in December. The number is so convincing but the [UNKNOWN] has decided will no longer require airlines to make pre flight announcements, warning passengers against bringing one in the plane. For those who still have one on the fourth coming update, we'll render the device useless. JetBlue has officially launched a high speed WiFi service for its entire fleet It promises speed of up to 20 megabits per device, which is substantially quicker than most airline WI-FI competitors. Best of all it's entirely free. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest, by downloading the CNET tech today app in the Apple app store.