Facebook, Google worked on anti-refugee ads, ZTE phone features two screens
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According to a Bloomberg report, Facebook and Google helped and anti-refugee advertising campaign, spread fear and target swing states during the US president election in the move that obviously goes against the company's values.
Both companies worked closely with the Harris media and agency to develop this bots lead by conservative group, Secure America now.
Chinese phone maker ZTE has announced the Axon N a smartphone that sports two displays with the ability to flip them open to form one massive tablet.
The manufacturer says that the phone can multitask by running multiple apps.
Once ZD hopes to have the Axon M in AT&T stores but there's no price or road map set just yet.
And, finally, EA has shuttered Visceral Games, the studio currently developing a new Star Wars adventure game.
The team, famously responsible for the Dead Space series, will no longer be in charge of the title as EA will be taking the game in a different direction With a broader experience and more player agency.
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