Another Silicon Valley company is pitching to help people buy homes.
Today's major tech stories include Google buying up wearables giant Fitbit, the US is investigating TikTok and astronomers think they've found a new type of black hole.
House was reportedly rented as a one-night escape from nearby wildfire smoke.
The search giant has faced blowback for its health care projects in the past.
How Apple TV Plus puts the gadget giant in an unfamiliar underdog role, what last year's Google walkout did for tech industry activism, and is Facebook actually censoring conservatives?
This week's top tech headlines include news that PlayStation Vue is shutting down, Twitter's ending of all political ads on their site and the launch of Apple TV Plus.
It's part of the "next evolution of Wear OS."
Older and female users were denied Facebook ads about financial services, a lawsuit alleges.
The developer behind Overwatch, Diablo and Hearthstone is under fire for its handling of the Hong Kong protests. On Friday, it apologized while announcing a new game.
Google and Fitbit reached a multibillion dollar deal Friday.
Commentary: Google's Fitbit acquisition will lead to a new Google watch on the horizon. But will Fitbit users get their sensitive data pulled into a bigger ecosystem?
The developer behind Overwatch, Diablo and Hearthstone is under fire for its handling of the Hong Kong protests.
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