Technology world is changing every day and it is affecting us one way or another. So what happened in this everchanging world of tech this week? You are watching Tech-News presented by Azercell. Some of the iPhone applications have been secretly recording smartphone screens. Some apps developed by large companies for the iOS operating system collect important information, including touching the smartphone screen, switching between pages, and writing videos of what’s happening on the smartphone screen without the user knowing the analytics service. Abercrombie & Fitch, Hotels.com, Air Canada, Hollister, Expedia and Singapore Airlanes were all using Glassbox analytical program which gave them an opportunity to record phone screens without permission. Facebook has refused the idea of launching a social network called LOL designed for teenagers. This was reported by the Recode site. Thus, over a hundred employees working on this social network will be directed to other company projects. According to reports, some of them will work on the Messenger Kids application. The popular Reddit platform plans to attract $ 150 million to $ 300 million within the new DI investment roundup. Tencent will act as the main investor in the DI investment rally. Reddit’s cost is $ 2.7 billion ahead of the market-based market assessment. As a result of the investment, the market value of the platform is expected to rise to 3 billion dollars. At the last investment rally held in July 2017, Reddit acquired a $ 200 million investment and its market value made up $ 1.8 billion. If want to know more about what’s going on in the Tech-World make sure to follow us and subscribe to our channel.