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Google plans to bring its Incognito feature to its Maps and search apps, company CEO Sundar Pichai said Tuesday.
The latest incarnation of the resurrected AR headset matches a well-supported Android platform with a powerful new processor.
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More than 150 workers at the developer’s Los Angeles HQ join protest – the largest such walkout in video game industry history
At F8, Facebook executives showcased the state-of-the-art systems they’re using to address everything from exclusionary algorithms to bad actors posting hard-to-spot content.
Google Glass didn't resonate with the general public, but it may have found a foothold in the workplace.
Thankfully, things progressed on the voice-based computing and personal assistant front with the successful launch of Amazon’s Alexa-powered Echo smart speakers, and the Google Assistant found on Android devices, as well as Google (now Nest) Home smart speakers. All of a sudden, devices were accurately responding to our simple commands
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President Donald Trump outlined a plan to tackle "surprise medical bills" after emergency services.
Today's major tech stories include the debut of Google's latest version of its Glass headset, the T-Mobile/Sprint merger getting FCC approval and a report from the Wall Street Journal that some game streamers can rake in $50,000 an hour for their services.