Facebook suspends apps, Senate votes to stop net neutrality repealThis week's major tech headlines include Facebook suspending over 200 apps due to misuse of data, the Senate's effort to preserve net neutrality and Xbox's Adaptive Controller aimed at aiding disabled gamers.
This is CNet and hear the stories that matter this week. Facebook has suspended around 200 apps as a part of its investigation into whether companies misuse personal data gathered from the social network. The company has evaluated thousands of apps during the audit, and will do more research on those that it singled out [MUSIC] A resolution aimed at stopping the FCC's repeal of net neutrality passed in the US Senate by two votes. Senate Democrats are using a legislative tool called the Congressional Review Act as a last-ditch effort to stop the repeal, but there are still two major hurdles. The resolution must also gain a simple majority in the House of Representatives. and get a signature of approval from the President. And finally, Microsoft introduced a new $99 device called the XBox Adaptive Controller. It's designed to allow gamers with limited mobility to play games. The XBox controller works with common adaptive switches, and also features two large reprogrammable buttons built in. Microsoft developed the controller with number of organizations like the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. War fighter engaged in the evil gamers charity. The Xbox controller will launch later this year and be available at the Microsoft store. To see up to dates with the latest by downloading the CNet tech today at any Apple or Google Play store.