Startup OtoSense makes software that can listen for sirens or engine trouble.
Twitter will partner with Bloomberg as part of its plans to stream live video 24 hours a day, The Wall Street Journal reports. The deal will see Bloomberg producing news programming specifically for Twitter, mixing live news reported from Bloomberg’s global bureaus with videos posted by verified Twitter users, and streaming around the clock.
The news service has yet to be named, but according to the WSJ, will be officially announced on Monday by Michael Bloomberg and Jack Dorsey. Terms of the deal were not divulged, but the service will be supported by ads, and Bloomberg will have control over the content of the feed. The service is expected to go live this fall.
Social media giants are “shamefully far” from tackling illegal and dangerous content, say MPs.