Zuckerberg grilled on Capitol Hill, Google's quantum breakthrough
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled on Capitol Hill Wednesday, once again in the hot seat defending his company.
Hearing was slated to focus on Facebook's cryptocurrency Libra, but quickly detoured into questions about election interference, data breaches.
Misleading political ads, and helping heat groups organize.
A Google quantum computer has far outpaced ordinary computing technology, an achievement called quantum supremacy.
It's an important milestone because of it's new way of processing data.
The breakthrough comes after more than a decade or work, including the use of the company's own quantum chip called Sycamore.
And finally, a new Pew Research Report finds that of the 22% of Americans who actually use Twitter.
Most political tweets only come from a very small number around ten percent.
The report also found that users who disapprove of the current administration are more prominent on the platform.
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