Everyone can give you the headlines. We help you learn from the day's shifts, both big and small.
1. Where there's a problem, there's always a pivot.
The 'Yelp for people' could launch as soon as today. The controversial app has made some important adjustments -- but is likely to still raise eyebrows, according to Uproxx.
2. Never let down your defenses.
Apple users targeted in ransomware attack. It's the first known attack of its kind, says Reuters.
3. There's always new uses for old apps.
In the first Snapchat endorsement, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger used the app to endorse John Kasich over the weekend, according to Time.
4. The future is closer than we think.
The Geneva Motor Show always features a number of upcoming innovations. This year, carmakers introduced steering wheels that fold away and make room for tablets (so drivers can check their email) to Nissan's vision of a world without gas stations.
5. Small details can make big impact.
Ray Tomlinson, who invented email and thought of using the “@” symbol, died this weekend. He was 74.