In an ongoing battle against the federal government for Apple to unlock an encrypted iPhone, Apple engineers joined in with the company to resist law enforcement in request to disable existing iOS encryption, claiming that they would quit their jobs if the FBI wins court fight.
Twitter declared that it will be shutting down the TweetDeck application of the Windows version. The company mentioned that the effect will take place on April 15, and that it’s only possible to use TweetDeck on the web.
On Tuesday, Instagram declared its plans to follow the footsteps of Facebook to implement an algorithmic feed, which a user’s timeline can be viewed in order instead of viewing a post in reverse chronological order.
Google is releasing Google Analytics 360 Suites for enterprise marketers that will provide data and marketing products while enabling them to collect and respond a traffic of content data and ads reaching their sites concerning consumers.
Comcast is rolling out in Atlanta its gigabit internet service to consumers. As the company shows competitive effort in going against Google Fiber, where a user if signed up to a 36 month contract for a rate of $70 per month will be offered an upstream capped at 35Mbps.
Apple is showing serious effort in the publishing business, where on Tuesday the company introduced Apple News Format for all publishers which will attract writers and editors alike to the service, and allow advertisers to input their own articles to appear for people to open up and find.
At the Game Developers Conference, Google introduced to its game developers a new services for the annual Developer Day, which included features for virtual management of goods and currencies, and a new type of ad that allows gamers to play free trial game for 10 minutes directly from a Google search result page.
CEO of speaker and home audio maker Sonos John MacFarlane stated in a blog post saying that the industry will be laying off employees to adapt to a different approach concerning the music company by offering paid streaming and voice control.
On Thursday, the U.S Justice Department declared Apple a falsely rhetoric over the fight of the government’s request to infiltrate the unlocked iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters of San Bernardino.