Amazon selling cashier-less tech, Dorsey to remain Twitter CEO
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Twitter and Facebook took action to discredit a clip of Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden, which was shared by White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino on Sunday.
Clip came from a Saturday rally in Kansas City Missouri showing Biden saying, quote, we can only reelect Donald Trump, end quote, before cutting off.
Twitter edit a manipulated media label to Dan Scavino's tweet, but the video can still be watched.
The company confirmed to cnet that the tweet violated its synthetic and manipulated media policy, which went into effect last Thursday.
Amazon on Monday said it's now offering its cashier list technology.
Which is dubbed Just Walk Out to other retailers.
The technology, which the online retail giant uses at its Amazon Go stores, lets shoppers pick up items without having to check out with a cashier.
The company says Just Walk Out, which uses a mix of computer vision, sensors, and other technology to detect what products take from shelves, Keep track of them in a virtual cart can be installed in stores in as little as a few weeks.
And finally, Twitter announced Monday that Jack Dorsey will continue to serve as its CEO, despite an effort from activist investor Paul Singer to oust him and take control Singer's fund Elliott Management said in a joint statement with Twitter that in addition to Dorsey remaining head of the social network, the company will add a member from singers team to its board of directors.
Twitter also said the large technology investing house Silver Lake would be investing $1 billion into the company.
Twitter also plans to repurchase 2 billion of its own shares and in an attempt to increase its stock price.
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