Tim Cook takes jab at Facebook, April Fools' web pranks begin
This is C net and here are the stories that matter right now.
Facebook is making changes to deal with it's data privacy crisis.
The social network announced it will make it easier to sort through and delete specific data from your account.
The company also said, it is redesigning the privacy settings to make the option more condense and easier to navigate.
It also is offering reward Money to people that find and report apps that collect and misuse data.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook has delayed plans to show off a home smart speaker at its developer conference in May.
Perhaps now is not the best time for Facebook to introduce a gadget that listens to you in your home.
Apple CEO Tim Cook also took a jab at Facebook during a joint interview with [INAUDIBLE] in MSNBC, Cook said it was too late for Facebook to regulate itself.
Adding his voice for the support of government regulation.
Meanwhile, watch out for early April Fool's Day pranks.
It's not yet April 1st but jokes are now rolling out across the internet.
Lexus says it is working with 23andMe to help you find a car to match your genetics with a DNA analysis.
And don't fall for Life Storages cute video of an AI storage valet robot named Howie.
Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET tech today app in the Apple or Google Play stores.
Fortnite down after black hole, Uber lays off 350
Fortnite's explosive ending, Pixel 4 rumors swirl ahead of launch
The PlayStation 5 is official, Amazon's first kids Kindle
Apple removes app used in Hong Kong protests, humans are reviewing...
Shooter in Germany live-streams on Twitch, Facebook rejects Biden...
Playstation 5 in 2020, Twitter privacy breach
MacOS Catalina has arrived, Amazon's first kids' Kindle
Samsung Galaxy Fold gets torture tested, Tim Cook rules out Apple...
Microsoft's new dual-screen devices, PS Now 50% cheaper
Instagram releases new app, Google brings incognito mode to Maps