Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday.
1. Uber begins the fight to keep its London licence on Monday. It’s a battle that could define the whole company.
2. New details emerge on the office affair that led to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s resignation. The relationship was with a woman who still works at Intel.
3. A new feature in the next iPhone software is going to shock people. The Screen Time feature surprised even CEO Tim Cook.
4. Facebook is rejecting ads from restaurants, hair salons, and job fairs because they’re too ‘political,’ and people are furious. Its review system, which uses AI and human moderators, seems to have some flaws.
5. Here are the 26 top tech CEOs of 2018. The results were based on Glassdoor’s annual Employee’s Choice Awards.
6. Netflix communications chief quits after ‘insensitive’ remark. He made the comment in an internal meeting.
7. Facebook officially became a publisher. The company has launched its own magazine.
8. China will lift part of its ‘Great Firewall’ to give foreigners access to social media on a tropical island dubbed.China’s Hainan island will give tourists access to Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
9. 16 of the biggest leaders in Silicon Valley reveal the one thing they would tell their teenage selves. Find out why Mark Zuckerberg thinks you shouldn’t “strive to be right about everything.”
10. A startup that raised $US66 million in 5 days reveals the biggest mistake people make when they prepare a slideshow. The top tip from shared-inbox app Front: Keep it simple.
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