CBS News' Chris Wallace reports that a cyber attack targeting the US voting system has caused "major disruptions" in the presidential election.The cyberattack is a "threat to our democratic process," Wallace reports, adding that "there's no question that it's been a significant setback."Wallace adds that the US "is in a very, very different place right now" from before the hack.He says that "it is...
After years of being outsold by Facebook, the company has finally come to a head.
For the first time ever, the social network is selling a full suite of software designed to let people work from home, as opposed to in front of a TV or computer screen.
In a world where the majority of work is done online, the idea of a productivity suite that lets people work with computers or TV screens is a huge breakthrough for companies like Facebook, which had struggled to make money in a world of social networking.
“This is a big deal for our customers, and a big step forward for productivity software,” said Tim Cook, Facebook’s chief executive, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
“We’ve been looking for ways to make productivity easier to use, and we’re happy to be able to finally bring that to you.”
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