I don’t get Mark Zuckerberg or Sheryl Sandberg. I just don’t. In fact, I’m actually offended by their behavior in the reporting done by the NY Times. Sandberg should be fired.
Mozilla has released a new feature in its Test Pilot program called Price Wise, the new feature allows Firefox users to track product pricing on Amazon, Best Buy, eBay, Walmart, and Home Depot (with more stores planned). Great little addition for the holidays.
Well, duh. No surprises here. Each location will see 25,000 new jobs and $2.5 billion in capital spending. Nashville also got in on the action and will host the company’s East Coast operations and will see 5,000 new jobs.
Have you watched the video? This thing still needs a lot of work.
“I don’t think people should adapt to their computers. Computers should adapt to people.” I think Nilay Patel really hits all the key points in his iPad Pro review: the fastest iPad is still an iPad.
Facebook’s Workplace product will be moving to Workplace.com sometime in 2019 in an effort to make its business customers feel better about security. Yeah, because simply moving domains will shield it from security threats. Okay then.
M.G. Siegler has some good thoughts on yesterday’s Apple event, where the company introduced a new MacBook Air, Mac mini, and iPad Pro. While I personally enjoyed the event and think the new iPad Pro looks incredible, I have yet to order one. We’ll see how long that lasts.
So apparently Twitter is considering removing the “like” button from the service because it’ll result in improved quality of debate. Yeah, no, if anything it’ll just cause more amplification because retweeting (aside from replies) will be the only option.
I agree with Maya Kosoff’s analysis here and it’s what I’ve been saying on Twitter too: “In the end, publishers have only themselves to blame for the loss of good journalism jobs.”
There’s going to be a lot of choice for video streaming services if this report is true. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Disney (coming soon), and now Apple (reportedly). Which one(s) will you choose?
In an interesting interview with Engadget, Phil Schiller compares the iPhone XS and XR to sports cars in terms of speed, features, and fiscal availability.