A look at the privacy concerns now that Google owns the wearable company. Also, hackers have been targeting Facebook ads accounts to promote fraud with other people's money.
Instagram killed off this feature in early October, and this app wanted to revive it. Also, Twitter is killing off political ads, while Facebook has no problem with politicians paying to lie.
WarnerMedia made the case for its $15-a-month service, which launches in May.
From The Daily Charge: We also talk about Google's hardware prospects in the wake of its big October event.
New customizable ear tips make AirPods more accessible -- and more expensive. Also, is Google buying Fitbit and a breakdown of its earnings.
Apple's challenger to Netflix launches at the end of this week, and the first reviews of its originals are out.
Plus, Twitter quarterly results disappoint.
From The Daily Charge: CNET editor Stephen Shankland helps break down why you should care about "quantum supremacy."