Extended social media linked to teenage depression, Apple to fund original podcasts
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The study published from Montreal St.
Justine Hospital have found increased social media and TV use predicts an increase in symptoms of depression in teenagers.
While at the same time, an increase in video gaming wasn't found to contribute to depression.
4000 Canadian teenagers were followed for the study.
U.S. lawmakers expressed skepticism surrounding Facebook plan to launch a new cryptocurrency called Libra next year highlighting anti-trust issues that have plagued the social network.
Over the years.
The company's tainted track record in the privacy and security departments had given experts pause when it comes to discussing the responsibility that comes along with running a cryptocurrency.
And finally, Bloomberg reports said Apple in an attempt to compete with the likes of Spotify and Stitcher, would begin funding exclusive podcasts of their own.
Spotify has spent $400 million so far in podcast company acquisitions.
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