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- Twitter co-founder Ev Williams to step down from the company’s boardEv Wiliams, a co-founder of Twitter and the social media business’s former chief executive officer, is stepping down from its board of directors effective at the end of the month, according to documents submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, first reported by CNBC. In a series of tweets, Williams addressed the news. “I’m very lucky to have served on the @Twitter board for 12 years (ever since there was a board),” he wrote. “It’s been overwhelmingly interesting, educational—and, at times, challenging… Thank you, @jack and @biz for starting this crazy company with me—and continuing to make it better and better. And to my fellow board members, new and old—some of the most thoughtful people I’ve ever known.” Wiliams, the founder and CEO of online publishing platform Medium and co-founder and partner at Obvious Ventures, served as Twitter’s chief executive from 2008 to 2010… ..... Read More.20 mins ago
- Forget Galaxy Fold: 5G and foldable phones go big at MWC 2019 – CNETWith international intrigue and a 5G coming-out party, this show doesn’t need the boost of a Samsung event. ..... Read More.43 mins ago
- Galaxy S10’s best feature is something the iPhone XS doesn’t have – ...Your move, Apple. ..... Read More.51 mins ago
- Elon Musk hosts PewDiePie’s meme review in ongoing T-Series battle – CNETYouTube's most subscribed channel calls in a big gun: Elon Musk -- and he's brought a friend. ..... Read More.53 mins ago
- Latchel wants to make maintenance easier for landlords and property managersRelationships between landlords and their tenants don’t need to be fraught ones. With Y Combinator -backed Latchel, landlords and property managers can access a 24/7 maintenance service that takes requests from tenants and deploys the right professional to fix the things that need fixing. “At first we thought of doing a high-tech property management system,” Latchel founder Ethan Lieber told TechCrunch. “As we looked more into it and talked to other property management companies, maintenance kept coming up as a problem. So we decided to focus on maintenance.” Latchel has a bunch (of handypeople — all vetted and with at least two years of experience –in its network that it relies on for work inside buildings. In some cases, however, larger property management groups already have people they like to work with. At that point, Latchel simply takes over the relationship and coordinates between the handypeople and residents. In the event Latchel’s on-demand… ..... Read More.1 hour ago
- Galaxy S10: Here’s what photos from the camera look like – CNETOK, the Galaxy S10 Plus to be specific. ..... Read More.1 hour ago