Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and other tech companies have responded now that our President has decided to rescind DACA protection. Apple's Tim Cook sent a letter to employees saying they will advocate for a legislative solution.
WhatsApp will soon charge large scale businesses by offering ways to reach their customers with important and useful information, like flight times and delivery confirmations. Small and medium sized business will have access to a free app integrating similar tools and features so they can better communicate with their customers.
Xiaomi announced its partnership with Google for the Android One program with the release of the Mi A1. The phone has a dual camera, 2x optical zoom, and a 5.5 inch display. It's available in 40 markets and will cost around 234 US dollars.
Plus Rovio is going for an IPO, Verizon wants all your data in exchange for Lady Gaga tickets, and we go hands-on with the Essential Phone.
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- Urgent DACA legislation is both an economic imperative and humanitarian necessity
- Tim Cook says in email to Apple employees that he is 'deeply dismayed' the Trump administration is ending DACA
- Facebook Tees Up WhatsApp to Make Money
- Android One "evolves" with its highest-end phone ever and a wider distribution.
- Angry Birds maker Rovio announces plans for IPO to raise $36 million
- Essential Phone Teardown
- Would you give up your personal data for concert tickets? Verizon thinks so