Facebook adds more privacy, Google Meets live-sharing, and Ikea’s EV charging stations

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Facebook is adding more privacy to it’s site. The social media site is set to test end to end encryption as the default on its messenger app. The same will be done for messages and calls on Instagram. The move follows complaints about messages being turned over to police in abortion related cases.

Google Meets has rolled out a new live-sharing feature that lets users watch YouTube or listen to Spotify together. They can also play a handful of games like “Heads Up” and “Uno” in real time. It’s being billed as letting you take a call to a third-party app to enjoy it together in a group session.

Drivers will soon be able to fast charge their electric vehicles while shopping at Ikea. The retailer is partnering up with the EV station network “Electrify America” to bring fast chargers to more than 25 of of its U.S. locations. The rollout begins at the end of this year.