Zuckerberg testifies again on Capitol Hill, Spotify and Hulu offer bundle discount
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Day two of Mark Zuckerberg's testimony has been overshadowed by somewhat of a strange first day in Washington, where Senators and Congress almost seemed to lack the knowledge of what Facebook even does.
Nevertheless, Zuckerberg continues to defend his company's mistakes And ensure that the future of the massive social network is [UNKNOWN] with more data safeguarding in place.
Hulu is teaming up with Spotify to offer a discounted bundle of both services' premium subscriptions.
To start, only existing Spotify subscribers will be able to pay $13 a month to add Hulu with limited commercials.
This Summer, the deal will open up to all possible customers.
And finally, a new spec leak obtained by Android Headlines says, that LG's G7 phone will have a notch screen design that can be toggled on or off, in addition to two 16-megapixel cameras on the back.
Also in the leak is an emphasis on the phone's AI.
Which will help with the camera quality and other human recognition features.
Look for an official unveiling on May second.
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