Starting in the summer of 2015, a Russian company began buying facebook ads to the tune of 100 thousand dollars to stir political uncertainty. As part of an investigation that started earlier this Spring, Facebook found 3,300 ads on its network that did this, all pointing back to the same Russian company.
In other bad Facebook news, an analyst at Pivotal Research Group says Facebook is claiming to reach people who don't exist.
The New York times reports that those sneaky Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal signals during baseball games against the New York Yankees.
Plus, Brad Sams from Petri.com is here to talk about the next Microsoft Surface Event.
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- Facebook says it sold political ads to Russian company during 2016 campaign
- Facebook Faulted for Saying It Can Reach People Who Don't Exist
- Hackers can take control of the world’s most popular voice assistants by whispering to them in frequencies humans can’t hear.
- Boston Red Sox Used Apple Watches to Steal Signs Against Yankees
- Microsoft to hold Surface keynote in London next month
- Google’s Cloud Team Is Sending Chromebooks To Microsoft Partners
- Twitter's night mode gives your eyes a break on the desktop