Silicon Valley Beat – On Topic: Tech News to Know Now, By Levi Sumagaysay

Here’s what’s going on in tech this week.

Facebook said to launch its TV-like programming push in mid-June. (Business Insider)

Mexican engineers flood Tesla hiring event in Monterrey; those without an appointment were turned away. (Reuters)

The hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips is worse than anyone thought, and a patch won’t be available till next week. (Ars Technica)

Comcast and Charter Communications team up on new wireless service. (CNN)

According to the Ohio family Mark Zuckerberg dined with recently, Zuckerberg said he has talked with President Trump multiple times on the phone. (Business Insider)

Facebook runs ads in British newspapers to educate people about fake news ahead of elections there. (BBC)

USA Today’s parent company Gannett asks FBI to probe rise in fake Facebook followers — which apparently accounted for half of the newspaper’s followers on the social network. (USA Today)

Austrian court rules Facebook must delete “hate postings.” (Reuters)

Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot expected to have more than 70 percent of the market for voice-controlled speakers, eMarketer says. (Reuters)


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