A new lawsuit alleges Google is secretly recording data when people use Chrome’s private browser mode. Google tried to get the case thrown out, but failed. Plaintiffs are looking for at least $5 billion in damages, by the way.
Developers will pay a reduced, 15% service fee on the digital goods and services they sell, until they reach $1 million in revenue for the year.
The app is rolling out a handful of updates that aim to protect teens from unwanted contact from adults.
In today’s top stories, Facebook is launching tools to help people find vaccine appointments, and Elon Musk gets a new job title at Tesla as he shares an NFT song (to be sold as an NFT).
The company’s chief financial officer, meanwhile, has added the title of “Master of Coin.”
Less than you did, but maybe more than you thought.
In today’s top stories, SpaceX has broken its own record, Google is facing a $5 billion lawsuit and Xiaomi gets a reprieve from a ban on US investments in the company.
One new tool helps people in…
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