Android O released to developers, Reddit profiles incomingAll the tech stories that matter include Google's release of Android O to developers, Reddit slowly rolling out user profiles and Twitter cracking down heavily on extremist spam accounts.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Google's newest mobile operating system, Android O, has been released to developers. We're discovering a few of it's main features. First, and foremost, it's taking aim at improving battery life. The new system will also add new kinds of notifications, and dynamic icons. But a lot of what's new probably won't be revealed until Google's I/O conference this May. [MUSIC] Reddit has started to roll out profile pages to a small number of users. The idea is to make the site a bit more accessible and perhaps less anonymous to the Internet, even though it continues to be one of the most trafficked sites online. Users who able to follow others via a profile at which point stories would appear in a users front page, profile will roll out to all users very soon, and finally Twitter says its continuing to crack down on extremist accounts suspending 377,000 users in just last six months of 2016. These users were removed for quote violations related to a promotion of terrorism. interestingly enough, nearly 75% of the accounts suspended, were found with internal software within the company. You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET App in the Apple or Google Play Store.