Zuckerberg introduces Facebook Protect, Pixel 4 reviews are out
This is CNET and here the stories that matter right now, Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will be updating its policy on inauthentic behavior and providing better account protections for elected officials through a new program called Facebook Protect.
It will also do a better job of labeling content.
In fact checkers Dean false on Facebook and Instagram And will also ban any advertisement that claims voting isn't worth it.
Pixel 4 reviews are out, just a week after the debut event in New York.
Critics say it has one of the best cameras around, but it's expensive given the limited amount of on-board storage and lack of an expansion option.
It also has a chip inside that has been on the market for most of the year, which some worry may get outdated sooner than later.
And speaking of the Pixel 4, after it was discovered the Face Unlock feature worked with closed eyes, Google soon released a comment saying an update requiring a user's eyes to be open for Face Unlock to work Would be released in the coming months.
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