This 24-year-old finds unreleased features in your favorite apps Jane Manchun Wong spends her free time reverse engineering popular apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Airbnb and others, to find new features and security vulnerabilities. How Twitter's algorithm is amplifying extreme political rhetoric Through a new feature, Twitter may at times end up amplifying inflammatory political rhetoric, misinformation, conspiracy theories, and flat out lies to its users. How 5G will transform manufacturing 5G networks that transform entertainment, communication and transportation may still be years away. But in manufacturing, the technology is already making a difference. Tesla is accusing a former employee of stealing self-driving tech and giving it to a Chinese rival Tesla is accusing a former employee of stealing intellectual property worth hundreds of millions of dollars and sharing it with Xiaopeng Motors. Big banks are using AI to keep out of trouble Doing business with the wrong kind of client can be extremely costly for banks. Facebook staff had access to hundreds of millions of people's passwords Facebook is back with another mea culpa. Vaccine misinformation flourishes on Facebook and Instagram weeks after promised crackdown Misinformation about vaccines continues to thrive on Facebook and Instagram weeks after the companies vowed to reduce its distribution on their platforms. Apple announces new AirPods with wireless charging case, better battery life and 'Hey Siri' Apple's new AirPods feature a wireless charging case, improved battery life and hands-free access to its Siri voice assistant. Tencent profit plunges 32% but its gaming business is recovering Tencent reported a 32% plunge in fourth quarter profit, hurt by costs related to the listing of its music streaming subsidiary, but its gaming business is showing signs of recovery. Facebook: Our AI failed to catch the New Zealand shooter video Facebook acknowledges its systems failed to catch the livestream video of the New Zealand mosque attack, shedding new light on how the company became aware of the video. Peloton sued over use of songs in workout videos Peloton is being sued for alleged copyright infringement related to the use of certain songs in its workout videos. The world is coming after Silicon Valley. Tech companies must evolve to survive The world is coming after Silicon Valley. Tech faces serious threats to its business. Companies could be broken up. People could flee the services. Mark Zuckerberg's new Facebook plan could make it harder to stop spread of violent videos Facebook's privacy plan to end-to-end encryption on its various messaging platforms could make it harder to stop the spread of certain videos. How Europe is forcing Google to change Europe has gone after Google with tough new regulations, court battles and massive antitrust fines, forcing the company to change how it does business in the lucrative market. How parents are talking to kids about violent content online When live-streamed video of the New Zealand mosque massacre surfaced on social media sites last week, Joey Fortman, the founder of lifestyle site RealityMoms, sat down with her husband to discuss how to talk about the topic with their two sons, ages 6 and 10. Europe hits Google with a third, $1.7 billion antitrust fine Europe has slapped Google with another big antitrust fine, the third in a series of billion-dollar penalties the US tech giant has faced for hindering competition. A city in South Korea has designed new technology that alerts distracted smartphone users they are approaching traffic. CNN's Michael Holmes has the details. Facebook settles lawsuits alleging discriminatory ads Facebook is settling several lawsuits that alleged its advertising platform allowed for discrimination in ads about housing, employment and credit.