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Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, Satya Nadella, plus the leaders of Oracle, IBM, Akami, and others met with President Donald Trump to discuss improvements and to offer ideas on how to overhaul the government's tech infrastructure.
Time Warner is working with Snap to bring 10 original shows per year exclusively for Snapchat users in a $100 million dollar two year deal.
Turner cable channels, Warner Brothers studio,and possibly even HBO will develop shows that run from 3-5 minutes and can only be viewed inside the app with vertical video, of course.
Google is launching a four step plan to fight the spread of terrorism in its products, including YouTube.
The company aims to take a tougher stance on extremist videos and inflammatory religious content.
Plus, VR that's 20/20, furnishing your house with AR Ikea, and Iain Thomson from The Register details how 198 million American's voter information was sitting in the cloud, unprotected for all the world to see.
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