Twitter tests threaded replies, California passes net neutrality bill
Sennett and hear the stories that measure right now Twitter is testing new features to let users read threaded conversations and see who's online on Friday Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey said the social network was playing with the features including a Green Dot on profile pictures for online users as well as nested tweet replies.
In a tweet, Twitter's head of product Sara Haider said the features were designed to make the platform more conversational.
The California Senate has approved a bill providing the strongest protections for net neutrality in the United States.
Senate bill 822 is designed to ensure all internet traffic is treated equally.
And includes language to ban, so-called zero rating [UNKNOWN] who don't charge for data usage on certain web sites.
The bill has been dubbed the gold standard in net neutrality and follows similar action in states such as Washington.
And finally, Apple's self-driving car has reportedly been involved in its first collision.
According to a report filed with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, the Apple test vehicle was at an intersection on August 24, waiting to merge when it was rear ended by a [UNKNOWN].
There were no reported injuries and the DMV said it's Apple's first reported autonomous collision in California.
Apple did not comment.
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