What summer doldrums? There was no slowing of the tech news cycle this week, with Apple releasing the iOS 12 public beta (read: Memoji!) and tech companies weighing in on the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Trump travel ban.
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Google offered up a closer look at its human-sounding AI assistant and explained why we shouldn’t be so creeped out.
And the ride-hailing company knows millions of dollars have been diverted from thousands of accounts.
The startup, which labels each 10-foot-square patch of the planet with three words, is used by Mercedes cars and the Mongolian post office.
Against the backdrop of President Trump’s feud with Amazon, the dark-horse candidate gets its chance to shine.
A note in the dead woman’s pocket read: “There are cameras inside and outside the house.”
Forget fashion. Barbie today is all about building robots and teaching kids how to code.
Social media and a frenetic news cycle means we can’t stay committed to one issue. Can you even remember what happened a month ago?
It replaces a protocol first introduced during the George W. Bush administration.
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