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Google Gives Artificial Intelligence More Power in its Products

You can go with a Googlebot-created book or make tweaks of your own and purchase. So if you see a flower, you can point your camera at it to find out its name. Google announced a lot of new bells and...

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Britain to arrest criminal behind NHS cyber attack: Home Secretary

Britain to arrest criminal behind NHS cyber attack: Home Secretary

A young British cyber security expert who thwarted many attacks was hailed as a hero after he triggered a "kill switch" by buying and activating a domain that the malware had been programmed to conn...

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Google gets you info by pointing camera at it

He started with a big of bragging. That said, Google introduced a new OS for entry-level Android devices called Android Go . "We are excited about designing better machine learning models, but th...

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Google introduces standalone VR headsets, Android Go, new photo tools

While impressive, it's worth clarifying that Google is talking about active devices, not the number of people using Android (a user can have multiple devices like a tablet and a smartphone, for exampl...

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Sen. Collins wants to hear directly from Comey

It also asked the White House to provide records of interactions with Comey, including those "relating to the FBI's investigation of alleged ties between President Trump's associates and Russian Fed...

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Fears laptop ban could extend to Europe-US flights

It is clear that the ban extension is unavoidable since a few U.S. and European authorities have officially affirmed that it is simply a question of time before the U.S. "The fact that one of the af...

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Shadow of War trailer tours a more colourful Middle-Earth

Shadow of War trailer tours a more colourful Middle-Earth

Nemesis was perhaps Shadow of Mordor's strongest selling point, offering players the opportunity to work through orcish officers up towards the leaders of enemy factions. Monolith's stroke of brilli...

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Google's Cloud TPU is ready for training and inferencing

The new Cloud TPU sports several improvements over its predecessor. "At the heart of this system is the second-generation TPU we're announcing today, which can both train and run machine learning mo...

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Google poised to roll out arsenal of services, gadgets

Rumour has it that Google will announce Assistant for iOS during its I/O keynote on Wednesday. The news service also reports that Assistant will be built into General Electric (GE) home appliances "...

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Iran's Khamenei urges massive vote to bolster regime

Iran's Khamenei urges massive vote to bolster regime

According to reports on opposition website Kalemeh.com, Iranian opposition leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mahdi Karroubi, who have been under house arrest since 2011 after they challenged Ahmadinejad...

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Overwatch To Have Anniversary Event, Free Weekend, Game Of The Year Edition

Overwatch To Have Anniversary Event, Free Weekend, Game Of The Year Edition

It covered the stress of launching the game previous year, as well as the overwhelming support shown by those fans logging in all around the world. This included the announcement of the Overwatch Lea...

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Shelton Capital Management Increased Intel Corp (NASDAQ:INTC) Stake by $11.44 Million

Df Dent & Co Inc increased Watsco Inc Com (NYSE:WSO) stake by 9,132 shares to 13,332 valued at $1.98M in 2016Q4. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has grabbed the attention from analysts, when it saw ...

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Disney -1.9% as Macquarie cuts to Neutral on ESPN worries

Hirtle Callaghan Ltd Llc stated it has 0.01% in Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS). On 12/3/2015 Walt Disney Co announced a semiannual dividend of $0.71 1.27% with an ex dividend date of 12/10/2015 which...

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22 million WannaCry ransomware attack attempts blocked by Symantec

22 million WannaCry ransomware attack attempts blocked by Symantec

He said "the level of criminal activity is at the lower end of the range that we had anticipated."The malware, known as "WannaCry", paralysed computers running factories, banks, government agencies an...

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Beware: Worldwide Ransomware Attack May Be Far from Over

Beware: Worldwide Ransomware Attack May Be Far from Over

More than 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries have been hit so far by the ransomware, which has netted the party responsible at least $49,000 in Bitcoin payments, according to recent news report...

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Google Lens brings super powers to your phone camera

Google is also placing Android inside cars a bid to cement its core service in the auto industry as more technology sweeps in. Another addition, "notification dots", steals the look of iOS's notif...

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Cyberattack havoc could grow as work week begins

Cyberattack havoc could grow as work week begins

But many corporations don't automatically update their systems, because Windows updates can screw up their legacy software programs. Companies have been hiring experts to work around the clock to ...

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Financial institutions on high alert after WannaCry attack

Financial institutions on high alert after WannaCry attack

Shares in firms that provide cyber security services rose with the prospect that companies and governments would have to spend more money on defenses. Chinese state media, citing internet security ser...

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Google will soon be able to remove objects from photos

Google will soon be able to remove objects from photos

With Photo Books , users can choose their photos, or let Google decide which images would look best from existing albums. Suggested Sharing comes into when you're in a Shared Album on Google Ph...

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The four men vying for Iran's presidency

The expert noted that this is largely due to the slow pace of economic recovery and Iran continues to be subject to U.S. sanctions which have kept worldwide financial sector out of Iran. He said tho...

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