30 Dec 2017

Bits+Bytes: WeChat does everything, Twitter holds back

From Bits+Bytes, 9:06 am on 30 December 2017
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Apple has been slowing down processing speed on many iPhone models which led to consumers buying new phones when they could have simply bought a new battery. It's possible that Apple may have to compensate many of their customers.

Twitter has changed its guidelines to prohibit accounts that promote violence against civilians. But there are political exceptions...

Emily Wang from Datacom talks about China's continuing lockout on Facebook, and how WeChat has morphed from a messaging app to an absolutely everything app.

Data use on Christmas Day went up spectacularly, and Andrew from Nelson asks Peter some tricky questions about finding keys via Bluetooth.

Peter Griffin and Simon Morton present the latest from the world of technology as part of the RNZ summer season show Up This Way.