Facebook under scrutiny, a startup aims to bring AR to contact lenses
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg ignored warning signs that the Facebook platform could be used to disrupt elections according to a new report by the New York Times.
The in-depth article also says the CEO and COO passed off security and policy issues to others.
The New York Times interviewed more then 50 people included current and former Facebook executives, employees, and members of the government.
Facebook published a response saying that there are a number of inaccuracies in the Times report.
The companies board also issued a statement supporting both Zuckerberg and Sandberg.
Google has added a new feature to it's maps.
Users will be able to message businesses from within maps for both iOS and Android.
To initiate a conversation with the business, look for the message button when you're looking at the business profile in Google Search, or in Maps.
Google also introduced an app for businesses called My Business, which will allow them to accept messages.
A company named Mojo Visions says it raised $50 million for what it calls it's Invisible Computing Gaugmented Reality technology.
Up until now a lot of gaugmented experiences required glasses or headsets.
Scene at sources says mojo vision is working on AR contact lenses This.
That might sound crazy but it would not be the first smart contact lamps.
Back in 2014 Google was working on a lens that could measure glucose level.
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