In today's top stories, Google is using augmented reality tech to let anyone add photos to Google's Street View library. Meanwhile, a new report says Facebook is working on algorithms to police hate speech in new ways.
Avaaz, a global activist group, says the social network's labeling of posts with false election information is inconsistent.
The Department of Justice files a lawsuit against Facebook, alleging hiring discrimination against US workers.
"We asked, and you let us know this reply layout wasn't it," the company tweets.
Timnit Gebru, a prominent AI researcher, has been outspoken about the lack of diversity in the tech industry.
The effort includes deprioritizing some hateful comments against white people, Americans and men.
The tech giant updates its misinformation policies ahead of the first batch of vaccines being administered next week.
The revamp is trying to make it easier for people to find out how to customize their devices.
Now What talks with Vince Beiser, author of The World in a Grain about what's led to a massive shortage in sand worldwide, and what we can do about it.
In today's tech news, Salesforce announces its purchase of Slack, Qualcomm shows off the power of its newest chip and an official complaint alleges Google broke US labor law.
After two crashes killed 346 people, the Boeing 737 Max has been cleared to fly again. Plus: Everything you need to know about the plane's other issues.