9 things in Tech you need to know today.

  1. President Donald Trump’s campaign manager has called Google “a threat to the Republic” after a leaked video emerged showing company executives lamenting Trump’s 2016 victory. Republicans are of the view that, the video is indicative of bias in Google’s search result.
  2. During its annual event in Cupertino, Apple announced its biggest iPhone to date. The $1,100 iPhone XS Max.
  3. Apple unveiled an updated version of the Apple Watch with new features.
  4. Tesla’s vice president of worldwide finance and operations is the latest senior staffer to leave the company.
  5. Tinder Launched its curated ‘Top Picks’ feature worldwide. The feature which was only available to paying subscribers on Tinder Gold is now available worldwide.
  6. Instacart brings on Mark Schaaf as Chief Technology Officer.
  7. Google gets more RCS messaging support from Samsung. Google has secured a bit more buy-in from Samsung for a next-generation messaging standard it’s long been promoting.
  8. Google has made it official: Inbox by Gmail, the company’s experimental email client for Gmail, will shut down at the end of March 2019.
  9. Instagram launches a new pop-up within the app that offers to connect people with information about free and confidential treatment options, as well as information about substance use, prevention, and recovery.
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