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​Nvidia goes all in on AI

​Nvidia goes all in on AI

The idea of using GPUs for more than just fun and games is nothing new. It started with niche high-performance computing applications such as seismic data processing for oil and gas, fluid dynamics simulations and…

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Why Facebook failed with Free Basics

Why Facebook failed with Free Basics

Land grab! Net neutrality! Imperialism! There was a lot of justified outrage (and perhaps delight) when Mark Zuckerberg’s dream of bringing the Internet to rural Indians came crashing…

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Google Calendar’s Reminders feature is now on the web

Google Calendar’s Reminders feature is now on the web

Way back in December, Google added a to-do function called Reminders to the Google Calendar iOS and Android apps. Now,…

Nest demonstrates the risks of being an early adopter by shutting down Revolv

Nest demonstrates the risks of being an early adopter by shutting down Revolv

Remember the Revolv home automation hub? Probably not. The device was released in late 2013, and while fantastic, it largely…

Google reverses Gmail April 1 prank after users mistakenly put GIFs into important emails

Google reverses Gmail April 1 prank after users mistakenly put GIFs into important emails

Google has reversed one of its April Fools’ Day pranks after it caused a number Gmail users to unwittingly insert GIFs into…

Google Fiber’s latest innovation is a landline

Google Fiber’s latest innovation is a landline

Google Fiber may be the holy grail of Internet service for many, but many people still rely on landlines for…

June Oven cooks up $22.5 million in Series A, delays shipping until the holidays

June Oven cooks up $22.5 million in Series A, delays shipping until the holidays

June, a countertop “smart” oven designed by former Google, Apple and GoPro employees has closed a Series A round of financing for…

As FCC considers new broadband privacy rules, report urges wider user data safeguards

As FCC considers new broadband privacy rules, report urges wider user data safeguards

A new report from U.S. consumer rights and privacy advocacy group, the Center for Digital Democracy, has set out the case…

Google Photos gets smarter, automatically creates albums with your best photos

Google Photos gets smarter, automatically creates albums with your best photos

Google rolled out a small but useful update to its Google Photos service today, which will allow the creation of what…

Castle is a drag-and-drop account takeover protection solution

Castle is a drag-and-drop account takeover protection solution

You probably have your credit card and other payment information keyed into at least 10 different services right now, all…

Google AI beats Go world champion again to complete historic 4-1 series victory

Google AI beats Go world champion again to complete historic 4-1 series victory

The battle between Google’s artificial intelligence and Go world champion Lee Sedol concluded today after the former (AlphaGo) triumphed to win the…

Google announces Analytics 360 Suite for enterprise marketers

Google announces Analytics 360 Suite for enterprise marketers

Google is launching a new product for enterprise marketers today that will directly challenge Adobe’s Marketing Cloud and similar services.…

Google brings its nifty Smart Reply feature to Inbox on the web

Google brings its nifty Smart Reply feature to Inbox on the web

Inbox by Gmail, Google’s next-gen email client for Gmail users, includes a number of features that aim to make handling…

Google Maps goes beyond Uber, adds Ola, Hailo and more car services to its app

Google Maps goes beyond Uber, adds Ola, Hailo and more car services to its app

Google reportedly is working on building its own Uber competitor, and while some believe this will come in the form…

Google puts presidential campaign finance information and more directly in search

Google puts presidential campaign finance information and more directly in search

Just in time for “Mega Tuesday,” Google has rolled out new features to Google Search that will allow you to…

Google launches HTTPS Transparency Report, says over 75% of requests to its servers are now encrypted

Google launches HTTPS Transparency Report, says over 75% of requests to its servers are now encrypted

Google today added a new section to its Transparency Report that focuses on the use of encryption on Google’s own…

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Hyperlooping Miss Daisy

Hyperlooping Miss Daisy

  With all the talk about driverless, autonomous cars, Uber as a disrupter and Space Flights for the everyman how…

Mirantis scores huge OpenStack win with VW

Mirantis scores huge OpenStack win with VW

Mirantis, one of the last pure play OpenStack startups left standing announced a major win today when VW chose them…

AccorHotels acquires Onefinestay for $170 million

AccorHotels acquires Onefinestay for $170 million

AccorHotels is acquiring Onefinestay for around $170 million (£117 million). The company is also committing to a $70 million investment…

Reddit’s firing up a thread on the Panama Papers leak

Reddit’s firing up a thread on the Panama Papers leak

The good folks at Reddit are already getting their Redditors fired up about the massive document dump we reported earlier…