Twitter co-founder apologizes for Trump, Arnie is backIn today's tech news, Evan Williams calls Twitter's role in increasing Trump's popularity a "very bad thing." LeEco's CEO resigns, and Arnold Schwarzenegger will return in a new Terminator film.
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Twitter co-founder Evan Williams says he's sorry if the search of networking site helped elect Donald Trump. The president stated on Fox News in March that he wouldn't be here in office if it wasn't for Twitter During a New York Times interview published Saturday, Williams said that Twitter's role in Trump's popularity was a very bad thing. The chief executive of LeEco, Jia Yueting, has stepped down a month after the company scrapped a $2 billion bid to buy U.S. TV manufacturer Vizio. The Chinese company had planned to make a big US debut. But, has since tightened it's belt after Chinese regulators announced in November, that there would be heightened security of Chinese capital leaving the country. And finally, talking to Screen at Canne Film Festival, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he will be returning to the terminator franchise Following discussions with director James Cameron. Arnie said that Cameron, who directed the original first two films in this series, has good ideas for the continuing franchise. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app, available for iOS and Android. [BLANK_AUDIO]