The biggest tech headlines of the day include Snap selling Spectacles online, Microsoft’s new roadmap for its Hololens and YouTube ditching the 30 second ad.
In today’s tech news, Apple acquires an Israeli facial recognition software startup and Amazon lowers its minimum spend for free shipping to $35 from $49. And Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload, could finally be extradited to the US to face copyright infringement charges.
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The biggest tech news of the day includes Facebook’s unmuting of news feed videos, T-Mobile’s quick response to Verizon’s introduction of unlimited plans and Microsoft’s Brad Smith calling for a “Digital Geneva Convention.”
One of the most anticipated pieces of AR tech supposedly leaked and, a statement from Tim Cook suggests Apple might also get in on the AR game.
In this week’s wrap-up, more details leak about the next iPhone and Galaxy S. Meanwhile, Android Wear 2.0 became a reality this week with the introduction of two new smartwatches.
The day’s biggest tech stories include E3 opening to the public, Twitch introducing “Communities” and HBO Now hits an impressive subscription milestone.
The most important tech stories of the day include Twitter’s new safety features, Waze Carpool’s Californian rollout and Jeff Bezos taking to Twitter to deny robo-supermarket rumors.
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The day’s biggest tech headlines include Vizio’s hefty FTC settlement, Google and Facebook joining forces to fight fake news ahead of France’s election and more techy details about Intel’s Super Bowl halftime drone show.
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The tech world’s most important stories of the day include Uber’s CEO leaving Trump’s council, Snap filing for IPO and Mozilla laying off 50 employees as its connected devices division shuts down.
In this week’s wrap-up, Apple is out of its slump and the maker of Snapchat is finally going public.