Social giant Facebook has been paying celebrities and media publishers to use its live video product for the past year. Now it hopes to transition those publishers to a revenue-sharing model.
Messaging app WhatsApp, acquired by Facebook for $22 billion back in 2014, doesn't make any money. But it's getting ready to build out a business and bringing on its first COO, Matt Idema.
Firms can track your online activity using Web "fingerprinting" techniques, but these methods only work across a single browser. Now, new tech can follow you online, even if you switch browsers.
Technology giant Apple isn't looking to spark a revolution with its foray into original television production, but rather with modest ambitions that seem to belie the ethos of the tech giant.
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