Facebook cryptocurrency revealed, Google puts $1B toward housing crisis
This is CNET and here the stories that matter right now, Facebook has announced a new Cold Libra that's designed to be coin.
It's not Facebook's cryptocurrency purchased a project that Facebook has co founded Association says the purpose of it It's to empower the billions of people who don't already have normal bank accounts.
There's a lot to unpack about Libra, so check out CNET's complete breakdown.
Google says it wants to ease the housing problem in the San Francisco Bay area by pledging $1 billion to help build 20,000 homes In the region for the next 10 years the news comes as Google and other tech giants face criticism for contributing to higher rents in the area.
And finally in what's likely not that surprising of a report sensor tower says Apple's top app publishers are pulling in 64 percent more in gross income than those on Google Play.
During the first quarter of 2019 the report says the top 100 app publishers, took in an average gross of 83.8 million as opposed to around 51 million on Google Play.
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