At a Tuesday afternoon panel at the Demo conference, representatives of MySpace, Google, Facebook, and Plaxo explained how they are working to create a more open environment so that people can take their identity with them as they migrate from one social-networking site to another.
While we're not yet about to see Facebook let people log on to its site with their MySpace ID, or vice versa, we are starting to see more cooperation among sites. MySpace ID product lead Max Engel speaks with Larry Magid about MySpace's efforts, including collaboration with AOL.
Reactions to the iPhone 7 Product Red, new iPads and clips
Apple drops a whole batch of new products before the iPad Pro keynote, but is the Red iPhone 7 coming way too late? Plus, "AirPods" -- The Music Video. Oh, yeah.
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Nintendo explains Switch issue and Google Maps location sharing
The biggest tech news of the day include Nintendo's Switch controller issue seems to be fixed, Instagram letting advertisers book appointments and Google adding a location-sharing feature to its Maps app.