Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Tuesday, December 11

Good morning readers! Here are Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news. Enjoy the read and follow us for more on our LinkedIn page.

  1. Google will shut down Google+ four months early after second data leak. Google+ has suffered another data leak, and Google has decided to shut down the consumer version of the social network four months earlier than it originally planned.

  2. Europe’s influence over US tech was more formidable than ever in 2018. Whenever a Silicon Valley company makes a move, the EU is watching over its shoulder to make sure it’s abiding by local laws, providing the best possible experience for European citizens and taking full responsibility for its mistakes.

  3. Amazon is reportedly bringing a cashier-less Go store to London. Amazon is reportedly planning to bring its cashier-less Amazon Go retail stores to London, according to The Telegraph.

  4. Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret. At least 75 companies receive anonymous, precise location data from apps whose users enable location services to get local news and weather or other information, The Times found.

  5. Who’s Winning the Latest Tech Industry Battles? Qualcomm and Intel are fighting for 5G control, and Intel is tearing itself apart. Microsoft passed Apple in valuation, largely because it has not been focusing on Apple.