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New York Times
Google Finds Accounts Connected to Russia Bought Election Ads
New York Times
Sundar Pichai, Google's chief executive, in San Francisco last week. Google's role in the coordinated Russian campaign during the 2016 presidential campaign has been closely followed. Credit Stephen Lam/Reuters. SAN FRANCISCO — Google has found ...

Business Insider
Forget the iPhone 8 and iPhone X — here are 7 reasons you should buy the iPhone 7 instead
Business Insider
There are a ton of great phones you can buy this year. But if you're intent on buying an iPhone in 2017, don't bother with the new iPhone 8 or the high-end iPhone X coming in November. I've owned an iPhone 7 Plus for over a year, and I've had a chance ...

USA TODAY
Windows Phone is now officially dead: A sad tale of what might have been
Ars Technica
Of course we'll continue to support the platform.. bug fixes, security updates, etc. But building new features/hw aren't the focus. https://t.co/0CH9TZdIFu. — Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore) October 8, 2017. During the weekend, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore ...

New York Times
GM Acquires Strobe, Start-Up Focused on Driverless Technology
New York Times
Mary T. Barra, chairwoman and chief executive of General Motors, last month in Shanghai. G.M. has made electric and autonomous cars an increasing focus of its strategy. Credit Aly Song/Reuters.. DETROIT — General Motors said on Monday that it had ...

Gizmodo
This Horrible Stick Bug Is No Longer Extinct, Sorry
Gizmodo
A tiny island sits almost four hundred miles from the Eastern coast of Australia. Upon that island once lived a large population of giant stick insects—six inch-long “land lobsters” dwelling in trees—the Dryococelus australis. But a hundred years ago ...

The Verge
A cartoon Mark Zuckerberg toured hurricane-struck Puerto Rico in virtual reality
The Verge
Mark Zuckerberg put on an Oculus Rift this afternoon and used Facebook's new virtual reality platform, Facebook Spaces, to transport himself to Puerto Rico, the Moon, and his house. He broadcast the moment live on Facebook in what turned out to be a ...

Washington Post
There's enough wind energy over the oceans to power human civilization, scientists say
Washington Post
New research published on Monday finds there is so much wind energy potential over oceans that it could theoretically be used to generate “civilization scale power” — assuming, that is, that we are willing to cover enormous stretches of the sea with ...

GameSpot
SNES Classic Hacked To Play More Games, Add A Very Welcome Feature
GameSpot
The Super NES Classic Edition boasts an impressive lineup of the original console's games, plus a long-lost, unreleased one in Star Fox 2. But just like its predecessor, the SNES Classic comes with no official means for playing anything other than ...

Adweek
As Voice Has Its Moment, Amazon, Google and Apple Are Giving Brands a Way Into the Conversation
Adweek
One in four searches is conducted by talking, not typing, a figure comScore predicts will reach 50 percent by 2020. Getty Images. Share. By Dan Tynan. |. 3 hours ago. Share. For decades, listening to 'the voice of the customer' has been the Holy Grail ...

The Verge
Facebook's Messenger Lite is actually really good
The Verge
If you've ever read praise for Facebook products on The Verge, it won't have come from me. I'm baffled by the design of the company's website, aggravated by the pushy data-thirsty ways of its apps, and unimpressed by the contrived niceness of its ...

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