President Donald Trump will order a full review of the country’s H-1B immigration visa program, part of a continued push to punish companies that hire high-skilled foreigners instead of Americans. Meanwhile, applications for the specialty visas dropped for the first time in four years. [Tony Romm / Recode]
Netflix missed its own estimate for Q1 subscriber numbers but Q2 looks better. Plus, 94 million people are Netflixing, thanks in large part to those international viewers. CEO Reed Hastings says the streaming giant’s real competitor is … sleep. [Peter Kafka / Recode]
Look for Facebook to focus on Messenger and its secretive hardware efforts, including new cameras and augmented reality, at its annual two-day F8 developer conference, which kicks off in San Jose today. Here’s how to watch CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote at 10 am PT. Meanwhile, Intel has discontinued its developer forum. [Kurt Wagner / Recode]
Steve Ballmer unveiled USA Facts, a searchable economic database for America. The former Microsoft CEO describes the project, which he has self-funded, as a 10-K filing for the country. [Tony Romm/ Recode]
Here’s the latest on Apple’s fall iPhone plans: Expect two refreshes of current models, and a brand-new one featuring a curved screen and a super-sharp display. [Bloomberg]
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