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November 8, 2017, 8:05 AM

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Caitlyn Gribbin / ABC:
Facebook tests hashing to eliminate revenge porn in some countries; users send nude pics to themselves that Facebook will hash so they never appear on its sites  —  If you've had a nude photo taken, you might be nervous about where it could end up.  —  Your phone may be hacked …
Alex Heath / Business Insider:
Snap reports Q3 revenue of $207.9M, up 62% YoY, vs. $235.5M est., as DAUs grew 17% YoY or 3% QoQ to 178M  —  Snap CEO Evan Spiegel.  —  Snap Inc. will report its third-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Tuesday.  —  The primary question for investors is whether the young public company …
Terri Cullen / CNBC:
SEC filing shows China's Tencent has bought a 10% minority stake in Snap; shares of Snap erased Tuesday's 16% loss in after-hours trading following revenue miss  —  - The news comes as a vote of confidence in Snap, one day after the company posted a huge revenue miss for the third quarter.
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Evan Spiegel says Snap is redesigning Snapchat to make it easier to use and expects that it will be “disruptive to our business in the short term”  —  New version of the Android app also in the works  —  In today's earnings letter to Snap investors, CEO Evan Spiegel revealed …
Matthew Panzarino / TechCrunch:
Apple Pay Cash launches in iOS 11.2 beta 2, letting users send and receive Apple Pay money in Messages  —  Apple is soft-launching direct, person-to-person payments in an iMessage today with the Apple Pay Cash beta.  The feature, which was announced earlier this year, allows you to send …
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Twitter to roll out 280-character tweets around the world, in all languages except Chinese, Japanese, and Korean  —  Double trouble  —  In most of the world, the iconic 140-character tweet is now officially a thing of the past.  Twitter said today that after a global test …
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
Waymo now offers free taxi rides in fully driverless cars in Phoenix, plans for a paid taxi service; at first, most of the cars will have employee in back seat  —  Waymo's first product will be a driverless taxi service in the Phoenix area.  —  Driverless cars are here.
Andrew J. Hawkins / The Verge:
Uber partners with NASA for its Elevate flying car project, aims to launch aerial taxis in Los Angeles by 2020  —  Los Angeles will be the third test city, and NASA will provide logistical support  —  Uber's “flying car” project Elevate came whizzing back into view today with a number …
Dara Khosrowshahi / LinkedIn:
Uber CEO announces new “cultural norms” for company after employee input: celebrate differences, do the right thing, act like owners, make big bold bets  —  I've spent my first two months as Uber's CEO meeting our teams around the world, dealing with a few firefights …

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