National carrier T-Mobile has been experiencing considerable subscriber growth and financial upswing in the last few years, and the company will reportedly be using that growth to kick off a $10 billion share buyback program this year. In doing this, the company would gain back a significant portion of control over decisions internally, and with less […]
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The police department in Raleigh, North Carolina is obtaining warrants meant to compel Google to disclose personal data pulled from all applicable devices whose geolocation data pins them at or near the scene of a crime within a certain time frame. The tactic is being used in the investigations into two separate shootings in the […]
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Ridesharing company Uber has had many a misadventure in the self-driving car arena leading up to a recent fatal accident in Tempe, Arizona that has brought public testing to a screeching halt, and some comments from former executive Anthony Levandowski show a lax attitude toward safety in autonomous vehicles that could possibly have contributed to […]
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Imagine if Google Assistant was vastly smarter, collected and stored a wealth of data points about you, and was able to sync your data to any device you’ll be interfacing with during the day before you even do so, and you’ve got a good idea of the potential of Watson Assistant, an assistive AI framework […]
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Sony’s 2006-born PlayStation 3 is finally at rest, but those who owned the original model are in for a last surprise in the form of a $65 settlement payment from Sony, if they bought the machine brand new and tried to load it up with a Linux OS. Specifically, you have to have purchased a […]
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Bandai Namco took to this year’s Game Developer Conference to announce Dragon Ball Legends, a new online fighting game for mobile that’s powered by Google Cloud Services. Unlike the previous mobile game, Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, this game will be full-on action and take place in real time. Much like older fighting games on […]
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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been teased for mobile for a long time, and now Android device owners in the United States can finally earn a chicken dinner at the bus stop. The game on offer is the full game as seen on consoles and PC, though cross-play seems to be absent. The game give no clear […]
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Major OEM Sony’s mid-range camera monsters, the Xperia XA1, Xperia XA1 Ultra, and Xperia XA1 Plus, have reportedly begun receiving their updates to Android 8.0 Oreo, along with the February 5, 2018 Android Security Bulletin. Users are seeing their build numbers bumped up to 48.1.A.0.116 from the 48.0.A.1.131 build number representing the phone family’s build of Android […]
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Not too long ago, internet search giant Google was duped into hosting a fake search result for online shopping giant Amazon that actually led to malicious content, and now it’s happened again. This time around, the malicious ad was taken out on Google and looked to lead to the front page of Amazon, using a […]
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Searching on Google is a very convenient experience these days thanks to a number of enhancements that can get you the information you want quicker and easier than ever before, but there are worries that these enhancements may actually be siphoning organic traffic away from websites listed in the search results. Most of the enhancements […]
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