Google, Stanford Working On Medical Speech Recognition

Google staff and Stanford University researchers are working together on speech recognition technology targeted at the medical community, with the aim of alleviating some of the work that doctors and medical scribes are forced to do each day in regards to paperwork, note-taking, and other administrative tasks. According to Google’s data, the average doctor spends […]

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US DOJ Files Antitrust Suit Over AT&T/Time Warner

Major carrier AT&T’s proposed tie-up with cable giant Time Warner has caught the attention of the United States Department of Justice, who has announced an antitrust lawsuit over the deal. The suit claims that the merger, as proposed, would harm consumers and stifle innovation. On these grounds, it has brought suit seeking to block the […]

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Google’s Swift Fork Is Being Modified To Support Fuchsia OS

Google’s Fuchsia OS will have native support in the company’s fork of Apple’s Swift programming language, according to Googler Zac Bowling, who works on both Swift and Fuchsia. Bowling’s Tweet was in response to a curious soul asking about what Google was doing with Swift. This move means, theoretically, that iOS apps may be easy […]

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Pokemon GO Travel Show Launches With Global Challenge

Niantic has announced a new YouTube show called Pokemon GO Travel, and it has announced that the series will be starting with some viewer involvement in the form of a global catching challenge, with worldwide rewards at stake. The show’s first few episodes will consist of trainers IHasCupquake, Coisa de Nerd, and Rachel Quirico heading to Japan for […]

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Samsung’s W2018 Flip Phone Will Hit China December 1

Samsung will be trotting out its flagship-tier flip phone, the W2018, for the Chinese market on December 1, according to what appears to be leaked marketing copy. The poster is full of posh-looking individuals, and shows off Samsung’s Android flip phone lineup thus far in the bottom left corner. Although the poster is centered around […]

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LastPass Transitioning From Accessibility API To Autofill

Password manager app Lastpass and a few other apps like it will be transitioning from Android’s Accessibility API to the new Autofill API available in Android 8.0 (Oreo), with some help from Google. In a press release, LastPass stressed that there will be no immediate effect on its users, despite the app’s current use of […]

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Nokia 2 For US GSM Carriers Hits Amazon At $99

The Nokia 2 for GSM carriers in the US market will apparently be available soon; the page for it is already up on Amazon, you just can’t buy it yet. The phone is listed as being available for $99, and the model on offer will work on AT&T and T-Mobile. Obviously, this means that it’s […]

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Samsung Is Aware Of Galaxy S8 Wireless Charging Problems

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus flagship handsets have a number of reports under their belts of not working properly with Samsung’s official wireless charging solutions in some capacity, and Samsung has finally responded to its users about the issue. According to SamsungViv on the company’s community forums, the company is not only aware […]

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Google Opens Chatbase Analytics Framework For Public Use

Google’s Chatbase framework for AI-based chat bot analytics has been limited to use by select early adopters handpicked by Google, but an announcement by the web giant today indicates that Chatbase is now available for any bot developers who want to use it. Chatbase is completely free, and can be used by anybody with a […]

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Foxconn Considering A Driverless Lane For Wisconsin’s I-94

Tech giant Foxconn has a vested interest in seeing self-driving cars succeed, and is thus studying the possibility of rolling out dedicated lanes for such vehicles, starting with Interstate 94, a major highway that runs through Wisconsin. According to local transit authorities, this is one of many proposals that are currently being evaluated regarding how […]

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