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  • Inside Facebook’s election War Room

    Sandwiched between Building 20 and Building 21 in the heart of Facebook's Menlo Park campus, an approximately 25-foot-by-35-foot conference room is under construction. Thick cords of blue wiring hang from the ceiling, ready to be attached to window-size computer monitors on 16 desks. On one wall, a half dozen televisions will be tuned to CNN, MSNBC, Fox News and other major networks. A small paper sign with orange lettering taped to the glass door describes what's being built: War Room. Although...

    SFGate
  • Facebook Is 'Sorry For Your Loss'

    The only thing more unlikely than the social network's riveting new drama is the community that's sprung up around it.

    HuffPost
  • S&P 500 gets new look as it shuffles some key companies

    NEW YORK — It’s almost moving day on the stock market. The lineups of three of the 11 groups that make up the benchmark S&P 500 index are being shuffled as of Monday. Twenty companies in the index — including famous names like Facebook, Alphabet and Netflix — will find a new home. The most notable change will occur with the telecommunications group, currently the smallest piece of the market. It gets reinvented as communication services and grows from three to 19 companies, adding some key...

    SFGate
  • Instagram's TV service 'recommended abusive and sexually suggestive' videos of children

    Instagram's new TV service recommended disturbing and abusive videos to users, including of child exploitation.

    The Telegraph
  • Facebook to unveil 'Portal' chat device with video camera that FOLLOWS YOU around the room

    According to a new report, Facebook could unveil its long-rumored Portal device next week. Portal will be a video chat device with facial recognition and Alexa capabilities, report suggests.

    Mail Online
  • Meet the new tech sector, as Facebook and Alphabet prepare to exit

    Around $2.8 trillion in equities is set to be reshuffled into the newly created communications services sector. Those changes will leave the tech sector looking a little different to investors.

    CNBC