Apple's new privacy features, Trump slams AmazonToday's major tech stories include Apple's new privacy features, Microsoft and Snapchat shaking up their staffs, and Trump criticizing Amazon.
This is cnet, and here are the stories that matter right now. Apple officially released iOS 11.3. It's got a lot of new updates, including an option to keep Apple from throttling your iPhone's battery. As well as new AR kit capabilities, four fresh animoji, and new features like business chat and health records. There are plenty of other changes in the update, and it's available for all eligible iPhones and iPads. Both Microsoft, and Snap Chat are making some staff changes. Microsoft announce it's windows chief Terry Myerson would depart the company. It also plans to create a new team to focus on AI, and cloud computing alongside the experience of devices team. Snap Chat shake up involve the plan to lay off several around 100 advertising employees. Adding to the roughly 120 engineers cut in early March. Donald Trump is ranting about Amazon, he Tweeted the company was quote, causing tremendous loss to the US unquote. Citing Amazon's use of the US postal service and low tax payments. When asked about potential action against Amazon, White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders said they were no policies or actions in plan to currently take. Amazon did not respond to request for comment. [SOUND] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cinet tech today app in the Apple or Google playstores.