What We’re Reading – June 10

Who’s that girl?

Facebook has added a face recognition feature to auto-suggest tags when photos. You’ll probably want to update your privacy settings if you don’t want to be auto-suggested in every picture of you posted to Facebook – especially since you don’t have the option to pre-approve photos you’re tagged in. You can only remove tags once they’ve been placed in a photo. ZDNet offers a nice explanation of how to do update your privacy settings accordingly.

Pictures or it didn’t happen

Twitter is now rolling out its new integrated photo-sharing feature to all users. Mashable shares what it looks like.

Want to buy a trend?

According to ClickZ, Twitter is reportedly building a sales force in the US and considering expanding to Japan. And those promoted trends you see? They cost $120K per day.

Apple updates: App Store huidelines

One of the updates to the Apple app store guidelines now specifically prohibits apps that notify users of DUI checkpoints – unless they are published by law enforcement agencies. According to the New York Times, a group of Senators appealed to Apple, Google and Blackberry maker Research in Motion to remove such apps from their stores.

Apple of the future

Watch Steve Jobs present to the Cupertino City Council about his plans for the future Apple headquarters.

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Lisa is a Senior Optimization Specialist at Innate – her friends even teased that she A/B tested her name change. Lisa studied Philosophy of Science & Technology at Virginia Tech and is always asking why.

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