This week’s major tech stories include Google’s AI computer beating humans at StarCraft, Amazon launching delivery robots, and Facebook reportedly working to tie together its multiple apps.
The company wants to make it possible to send messages among the services while keeping the brands separate.
Global limit imposed after violence in India was blamed on misinformation that spread across the social network.
The Federal Cartel Office is concerned about data sharing with third-party apps.
We explain why your phone is only going to get more expensive, take a look at cutie-pie robots and visit Tesla's extreme weather testing facility.
We review the fight to renew net neutrality, ponder the good news in space and turn back time with Cher.
The social network is reportedly developing a digital currency that would be tied to the US dollar.
Kiddie porn is reportedly being spread in WhatsApp chat groups.
You can make short-lived contributions no matter where you are.
Fake news on the platform comes ahead of general elections early next year.
The long awaited feature is "coming soon."
In today's most important tech stories, thousands of Googlers stage a protest and a top WhatsApp exec explains how the service will make money.
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