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TikTok owner ByteDance shuts down overseas news aggregator TopBuzz

  • U.S.
  • this week
  • ByteDance, owner of the global hit short-video app TikTok, has shut down its artificial-intelligence-based news aggregator TopBuzz, one of the company’s earliest products aimed at the global stage.
  • The closure of TopBuzz underlines how ByteDance’s moves into international markets have not been entirely smooth in spite of TikTok’s success.
  • Launched in 2015, TopBuzz was the overseas equivalent of Chinese news aggregator Jinri Toutiao, meaning “Today’s Headlines”, which was one of Beijing-based ByteDance’s first successes.
TikTok owner ByteDance shuts down overseas news aggregator TopBuzz

'Time to be brutally honest': Tech's reckoning on race and power has arrived

  • protocol
  • this week

From big banks to big-box retailers, tech companies are far from alone in issuing carefully worded calls for reform and social healing. But Silicon Valley occupies a unique, uneasy and perhaps critical role in the conflict because of its dual power as both a growing lobbying force and the architect of online platforms that allow protestors and law enforcement to alternately organize, broadcast and surveil the conflict unfolding on streets across the country.

The tension within tech over its role in the country's social divides is heightened by its notorious lack of diversity in hiring and a growing unrest among its own ranks, which are composed of both left-leaning advocates of social equality and conservative free marketeers who have opposed diversity programs at companies including Google.

Just 1% of venture-backed startup founders are black, and about 3% of technical employees at the industry's eight biggest companies are black.

'Time to be brutally honest': Tech's reckoning on race and power has arrived

All Facebook users can now access a tool to port data to Google Photos

  • TechCrunch
  • this week
  • Facebook’s photo transfer tool is now available globally half a year on from an initial rollout in Europe, the company said today.
  • The data portability feature enables users of the social network to directly port a copy of their photos to Google’s eponymous photo storage service via encrypted transfer, rather than needing to download and manually upload photos themselves — thereby reducing the hassle involved with switching to a rival service.
  • Facebook users can find the option to “Transfer a copy of your photos and videos” under the Your Facebook Information settings menu.
All Facebook users can now access a tool to port data to Google Photos
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