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5 takeaways from Senate Russian meddling presserThe HillThe Senate Intelligence Committee is expanding the scope of its investigation into Russian meddling, with panel leaders saying there is no end date in sight. The panel is interesting in questioning a lawyer who runs in the president's inner circle ...
Hands on with the Sonos One smart speakerMashableSonos just launched its new smart speaker, the Sonos One. The device has Amazon's Alexa smart assistant built-in, marking the first time a Sonos speaker has voice control. I had a chance to hear a little of what the Sonos One is capable of at its grand ...
The Google Clips camera puts AI behind the lensThe VergeYou know what a digital camera is. It's a lens and a sensor, with a display to see what you're looking at, and a button to take the picture. Google Clips is a camera, but it only has some of those parts. There's no display. There's a shutter button ...
Europe Cracks Down On Amazon's Offshore Tax ArrangementForbesAmazon is the latest technology giant to feel the ire of the European Commission, which has just ordered it to pay 250 million euros (about $300 million) in back taxes to Luxembourg. Europe's top regulator said that Amazon's regional headquarters in ...
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Is America Facing Another Sputnik Moment?The New YorkerHumanity's first satellite, launched sixty years ago, forever changed the shape of science and education in the United States. Photograph by Sovfoto / UIG via Getty. Sixty years ago today, on a drab steppe in southern Kazakhstan, the Soviet Union ... |