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Twitter's testing a 280-character limit for tweetsWashington PostTwitter chief executive Jack Dorsey last year made a definitive announcement about the company's famous 140-character count amid rumors that the firm would substantially relax the limit. “It's staying,” Dorsey told the “Today” show's Matt Lauer. “It's ...
Microsoft Excel is about to get a lot smarterTechCrunchMicrosoft Excel users rejoice. Your favorite spreadsheet is about to get a lot smarter, thanks to the help of machine learning and a better connection to the outside world. As Jared Spataro, Microsoft's general manager for Office, and Rob Howard, the ...
Google pulls YouTube off the Amazon Echo ShowThe VergeAmazon and Google are in a not-so-fun fight. Google has apparently decided to stop allowing the Amazon Echo Show to access YouTube. If you ask the smart speaker to show you a YouTube video, it fails and Alexa just say this: “Currently, Google is not ...
Bill Gates Uses an Android PhoneFortuneBill Gates, co-founder and former CEO of Microsoft, revealed in a weekend interview with Fox News Sunday that he is a recent convert to the software of a long-time business rival. Not Apple, but Google. "I happen to use all Windows-based PCs," Gates ...
Sir James Dyson on what cars really needAutocarBritain is a country of inventors — creative geniuses who have designed popular products that have captured the public imagination. Trouble is, there's plenty of evidence to suggest that not enough of this creativity is being applied to the car ...
Google unwraps 19 past Doodle games for its 19th birthdayEngadgetGoogle is no stranger to celebrations. In the past, the festivities have brought new features for Google Photos, and Google Earth, and a montage (with a Rickrolling twist) for YouTube's tenth anniversary. Today, the party is coming to its Doodle. To ... |