Google tried to kill ‘www,’ until Chrome users protested the change

Google tried to kill ‘www,’ until Chrome users protested the change

Google is on a warpath with URLs, but critics forced Google to continue displaying the “www” and “m” portion of a URL in Chrome’s search bar, but Google announced that this will once again change in Chrome 70.

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Facebook says it deleted 1.3B fake accounts in six months; fake accounts are being created, probably for commercial purposes, faster than Facebook can delete

Facebook says it deleted 1.3B fake accounts in six months; fake accounts are being created, probably for commercial purposes, faster than Facebook can delete


Siva Vaidhyanathan / New York Times:

Facebook says it deleted 1.3B fake accounts in six months; fake accounts are being created, probably for commercial purposes, faster than Facebook can delete  —  Sheryl Sandberg’s testimony to Congress revealed that fraudulent pages are being created as fast as the social network can delete them.

Google debuts a new web app called Touring Bird from its internal incubator Area 120, which surfaces and helps book fun activities in 20 top travel destinations

Google debuts a new web app called Touring Bird from its internal incubator Area 120, which surfaces and helps book fun activities in 20 top travel destinations


Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:

Google debuts a new web app called Touring Bird from its internal incubator Area 120, which surfaces and helps book fun activities in 20 top travel destinations  —  Trip planning: love it or hate it, it’s a requisite part of the prep work that goes into every successful vacation.