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The five big announcements from Google I/OBBC NewsIf you follow tech news often, you'll be more than aware of the promise offered by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Often, though, it feels like a far-away goal. It will get there, but right now it's primitive. At Google's annual ...
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EU Antitrust Officials Fine Facebook $122 MillionNew York TimesMark Zuckerberg at Facebook's developer conference in San Jose, Calif., last month. European antitrust officials fined the company $122 million on Thursday for giving misleading statements during Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp in 2014. Credit Jim ...
Google Photos can now make physical booksCNNMoneyA trio of new Google Photos features are a gift for anyone drowning in too many photos with no time to share them. Google Photos is getting new sharing and printing powers, in the biggest upgrade to the photo-storing service since it launched two years ...
Arms Shows That Switch Motion Controls Might Actually Be OKKotakuWith Nintendo's motion controllers now into their second decade of life, I find myself… agnostic. I like Wii Sports and I think pointer aiming in Twilight Princess was awesome, but I don't like gyro aiming in Splatoon and the less said about Star Fox ...
Apple begins assembling iPhone SE in southern India plantBusiness InsiderMUMBAI, May 18 (Reuters) - Apple Inc has begun assembling its low-priced iPhone SE at its contract manufacturer's plant in the technology hub of Bengaluru in southern India, the company said in a statement. Cupertino, California-based Apple, is keen to ...
Why Android is likely safe from a WannaCry-like attackCNETUnlike the Google Pixel, most Android devices are running on outdated operating systems. James Martin/CNET. The WannaCry cyberattack has ensnared more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries by taking advantage of outdated versions of Windows ... |