Facebook soothes our privacy fears by launching a dating service. Cambridge Analytica shuts down. GDPR is going to be a mess. What will Google show at I/O? Signs point to Assistant updates, Maps, and social gaming. Google launches secure .app domains. NBC and Google team up to create VR shows. Sprint / T-Mobile merger is good for business, bad for consumers.
- Jeff's Number: Nacho Cheese Fries and IMHO controversy
- Mathew's Stuff: Snap's stock slumps
- Stacey's Husband's Thing: New Top Level Domain Name Stats
- Jason's Tool: You can review Google Assistant actions
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- Everything Facebook announced at F8
- Facebook to introduce Clear History privacy tool in coming months
- "Cambridge Analytica is shutting down: WSJ "
- Facebook Dating announced, promptly causes Match.com's stock to plummet
- Instagram and WhatsApp are both getting group video calls soon
- Facebook users will be able to make normal photos look 3D
- WhatsApp founder plans to leave after broad clashes with parent Facebook
- Oculus Go review: The wireless-VR future begins today for only $199
- Google I/O 2018 preview—What we’re expecting from Google’s big show
- Google Wunderkind Is Building a Secret Social-Gaming Startup
- IO: Google starts throwing cash at Google Assistant startups
- IO: Google revamps its Google Maps developer platform
- Google and NBC to make 10+ multi-episode VR productions to run alongside NBC's core programming; users can watch on YouTube or i
- Twitter sold data access to researcher in Cambridge Analytica scandal
- Google is launching .app domains, the first TLDs secured with built-in HTTPS
- Top Level Domain Stats
- Nacho cheese fries
- Humble/honest, oh my
- Snap's Results Fall Short of Expectations
- You can now leave reviews of Google Assistant actions and apps