DIGITAL & TECHNOLOGY UPDATE MAY 2020

Mark Zuckerberg announces Facebook Shops, a free tool that helps businesses easily list products on their Facebook Page, Instagram profile, Stories, or in ads, In the future, it will also available on WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram Direct and tag products during live streams.

Microsoft announces Project Reunion, its latest attempt to unify the Windows developer platform.

Microsoft says it acquired Windows task automation startup Softomotive for an undisclosed sum, merging its tools with Microsoft’s Power Automate.

Microsoft announces the Fluid Framework, a new type of Office document built around collaborative Lego-like blocks on the web, and says it will be open source.

Microsoft’s Cloud for Healthcare, a suite of telehealth tools including a Healthcare Bot Service and patient engagement portals, is now in public preview.

Study: half of the money brands invest in programmatic advertising never reaches online publishers; 15% of the money is unattributable to supply chain players — A new study by ISBA has found that half the money advertisers invest in programmatic advertising never reaches online publishers …

Microsoft unveils Surface Go 2 with a bigger 10.5-inch display and more powerful Intel processors in higher-end models, coming May 12, starting at $400

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