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Android Founder Andy Rubin Wants To Monopolize AI With A Dash Cam And Your Data
Former Google exec and Android co-founder Andy Rubin has announced his latest designs for the tech industry - and plans to take over what he considers the most important technological frontier of the decade: artificial intelligence. (Photo : Justin ...
If Artificial Intelligence Kills Us All, I'm Blaming Android Founder Andy RubinGizmodo
Andy Rubin plans Gmail model for AI-teaching dashcamSlashGear
Andy Rubin will give you a free dashcam, but you have to give him permission to use the dataPhandroid.com
Engadget -9 to 5 Google -The Verge
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Oculus Rift PC bundles launch, starting at $1499
After teasing partnerships with PC makers for months, Oculus has announced the specific partners and systems in its "Oculus Ready PC" program. The first gaming desktops to join the program are from Asus and Dell, the latter including both Dell and ...
Oculus-Ready PC Bundles From ASUS, Alienware, Dell Pre-Sell For $1499 Next WeekTechCrunch
Oculus Rift and PC bundles open for preorders February 16th, starting at $1499The Verge
Oculus reveals first “Oculus Ready” PCs, in bundles starting at $1499Ars Technica
SlashGear -PC Gamer -USA TODAY
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Google Reverses Its Decision To Ban Ad Blocking Apps From The Google Play Store
Google appears to have reversed its earlier decision to ban ad blockers from the Google Play store – a move which had seen the company pulling apps like Adblock Fast and stalling the updates for others, like Crystal's ad blocker. Now, following an ...
Adblock Fast returns to Google Play a week after being pulledVentureBeat
Google allows Adblock Fast to re-enter the Google Play StorePhone Arena
Google reinstates Adblock Fast to the Play StoreGreenbot
The Verge -SlashGear
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The Division open beta gets official release date — comes early to Xbox One
Publisher Ubisoft is doing one more big test for its online shooter before releasing the final product on the world next month. Tom Clancy's The Division is getting an open beta test that will launch February 18 for Microsoft's Xbox One. PlayStation 4 ...
'The Division' Open Beta Announced For FebruaryForbes
'The Division' Open Beta Announced For Feb. 18-21iDigitalTimes.com
The Division Open Beta Confirmed, Xbox One Players Get in FirstGameSpot
The Escapist -Tech Times -Hardcore Gamer
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Gmail Now Warns Users When They Send And Receive Email Over Unsecured Connections
Google is marking Safer Internet Day, which falls today, by introducing new authentication features to Gmail to help better identify emails that could be prove to be harmful or are not fully secure. The company said last year that it would beef up ...
Google Is Awarding 2GB Of Free Drive Space To Promote Safer Internet DayForbes
Gmail just added 2 new features aimed at keeping you safeBGR
Google adds an encryption lock to GmailSlashGear
Tom's Guide -TIME -Ars Technica
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Deal: up to $250 off the excellent Google Nexus 9
Whilst you wouldn't know it by looking around most restaurants, you can't really take a mobile device out for a romantic meal, though their needs of battery life and a data connection seem far simpler than a human's. Like any named event in the ...
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1Password For Android Hits Version 6.0, Gets Redesigned And Fingerprint Reader Support - Android Police
1Password For Android Hits Version 6.0, Gets Redesigned And Fingerprint Reader Support
Password protection is no joke, and if you can remember all of your passwords, then you're doing something wrong. The most likely option is that you're using the same password (or a few variations) across every site on the web. That's not a thing ...
1Password unveils version 6.0 for Android with fingerprint supportAndroid Community
1Password 6 Brings A New Interface And More FeaturesAndroid Headlines - Android News
1Password For Android Gets Fingerprint Unlock And Material Design MakeoverTechCrunch
Ubergizmo -Engadget -The Verge
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Apple TV Will Soon Get The Full Power Of Siri
Last year, Apple launched the most significant update to Apple TV since it was first launched in 2012. The device itself got a tad bulkier, but with that extra bulk also came a bevy of changes and upgrades in the internal hardware and the capabilities ...
Search on Apple TV Is Getting a Big UpgradeFortune
The Apple TV Is About To Get Much BetterFast Company
tvOS 9.2 beta includes voice dictation to replace annoying keyboardArs Technica
Mac Rumors -Tech Times -Yahoo Tech
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Twitter forms safety council to help prevent abuse
Twitter lets people around the world express diverse opinions, but it can also be a hellhole of harassment and abuse. The company has repeatedly tried to solve this issue, with feeble results. Now, it has announced that it is forming the Twitter Trust ...
Twitter Forms A “Trust & Safety Council” To Balance Abuse Vs Free SpeechTechCrunch
Troll hunter: Twitter cracks down on abuse with new trust and safety groupZDNet
Twitter forms Trust and Safety Council amid concerns it has become a cesspool of hateful trollsVentureBeat
Business Insider -Digital Trends -Tech Times
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3Doodler Start makes 3D drawing kid's play
3D printers for the home haven't quite taken off the way everyone expected them to, but the technology is finding some new life in an ever-growing variety of 3D printing pens. These pens take the mechanics of a 3D printer and boil them down to a hand ...
3Doodler Start: World's First 3D Printing Pen Reimagined for KidsSYS-CON Media (press release)
A New Kid-Safe Version of the 3Doodler Melts Plastic Without Burning FingersGizmodo
The 3Doodler Start Lets Kids Draw Their Own 3D-Printed CreationsTech Times
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Facebook Ordered To Stop Tracking Non-Users In France
Yet more privacy problems for Facebook in Europe. Now the French data protection authority, the CNIL, has issued the company with a formal notice to get its house in order and comply with European data protection law or face possible referral to the ...
Here's Why France's Latest Demands Could Hammer Facebook's Business ModelFortune
Facebook faces restrictions in France on data transfer to US, tracking of usersPCWorld
France orders Facebook to stop tracking non-users, shipping data to USSlashGear
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Amazon takes on Unity et al with Lumberyard, a free cross-platform game engine
Amazon has unveiled two new products aimed squarely at the professional game-developer fraternity: Lumberyard, a free 3D game engine; and GameLift, a service for quickly building backends for deploying session-based multiplayer games. Products of ...
Amazon launches free triple-A game engineThe Verge
Amazon launches new, free, high-quality game engine: LumberyardGamasutra
Amazon's new game engine comes with Twitch baked inEngadget
Business Wire (press release) -Kotaku
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