A lot has happened this week in tech, and we don’t want you to miss any of it — so in case you were busy throughout the week, we’ve got you covered — we bring you the most interesting news pegs, launches and tips and tricks in our weekly wrap.
There were a lot of amazing things happening this week, and we’ll ensure you get served the best of it in a jiffy.
Major News this Week
Silicon Valley CEOs Protest Against Trump’s Muslim Ban
Tech industry’s top honchos including Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and more have shared their thoughts, expressing discontent with Donald Trump’s decision to ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries — including Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia
Facebook has announced more tweaks to its news feed algorithm in order to serve more authentic and relevant stories to users.
In the past, Facebook has faced the issue of featuring stories, which lack credible sources and aren’t being covered by mainstream media houses, that end up in its Trending section and in order to establish itself as a legitimate source of news, the social media giant has made certain changes.
Twitter To Battle Offenders, Ensure a Safer Platform
On Tuesday, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey and VP Engineering, Ed Ho announced that they will be bringing in several changes to the platform in order to handle abuse reports better as well as take care of repeat offenders too.
Twitter will now receive more regular updates in order to make it a safer community.
Lego Life: Social Network For Kids Looks Amazing But is it Safe?
Lego creators have come up with a social network for kids — Lego Life. The Lego Life app is available for download at Google Play Store as well as Apple’s App Store for free and is 100% free to use too. But is it safe for young impressionable minds?
the portrayal of characters, which otherwise would only have found space in our dreams or imagination, is fun to watch and as entertaining as these characters are, at times they say something that can inspire us forever.