Trump's unsecure Android phone, Lyft expands to 40 new cities
This is CNet and here's the story that matter right now.>> According to the New York Times president Trump is actively using an insecure android phone which is vulnerable to various attacks.
The report says the president apparently keeps the device near him to tweet in the Whitehouse as he watches Tv.
The Secret Service has provided a secured phone with limited capabilities and tweeting is one of them.
Google has kicked 200 publishers from its ad network, because of their involvement with big news.
Some of the scams using the the .co instead of the .com from recognizing those sites.
In 2016, Google took down 1.7 billion ads that violated advertising guidelines and policies.
That number has increased from 718 million takedowns in 2015.
And finally, Lyft is planning a major expansion that includes launching in 40 new cities, right now, in 100 additional locations by the year's end By then well there's plans to be in a total of 300 cities.
Which will bring its total customer reach to 231 million people, compared to 177 million people that it can reach right now.
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