The hard tech behind Google’s simple Clips camera – TechCrunch


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The hard tech behind Google's simple Clips camera
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Maybe the biggest surprise of Google's hardware event today was the launch of Clips, a small stand-alone AI-driven camera that can capture up to three hours of video and images and then automatically select the best moments for you. I'm not sure how
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Facebook needs to stop hiding behind excuses and release the fake Russian ads – Business Insider


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Facebook needs to stop hiding behind excuses and release the fake Russian ads
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On Wednesday, the two lawmakers leading an inquiry into Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 US elections urged Facebook to show the American public the subversive ads that appeared on its social network. There's nothing private about the ads, …
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Google’s Pixel Buds translation will change the world – Engadget


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Google's Pixel Buds translation will change the world
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Google's Pixel 2 event in San Francisco on Wednesday had a lot of stuff to show off and most of it was more of the same: the next iteration of the flagship smartphone, new Home speakers and various ways of entwining them more deeply into your smart
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5 takeaways from Senate Russian meddling presser – The Hill


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5 takeaways from Senate Russian meddling presser
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The Senate Intelligence Committee is expanding the scope of its investigation into Russian meddling, with panel leaders saying there is no end date in sight. The panel is interesting in questioning a lawyer who runs in the president's inner circle
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How Tom Petty Influenced Hip-Hop Classics

Words by Nick Slay & NDSmith In the wake of iconic rocker Tom Petty‘s death, The Source wanted to take a look at how his music influenced Hip-Hop. Here’s a couple of great songs that sampled Petty’s 1989 hit, “Free Fallin’ “. A cult-classic, “Free Fallin’” was one of those tracks that makes you lose all […]

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Senate Intelligence Committee leaders say Russia did interfere in 2016 elections – Chicago Tribune


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Senate Intelligence Committee leaders say Russia did interfere in 2016 elections
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Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., right, and Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., largely endorse the findings of the intelligence community that Russia sought to sway the 2016 election. (Shawn Thew / EPA). Karoun DemirjianWashington Post. The leaders of the Senate …
Senate Intel chair: point of Russian ads 'seems to have been to create chaos'CNNMoney


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Senate Intelligence Heads Warn That Russian Election Meddling Continues – New York Times


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Senate Intelligence Heads Warn That Russian Election Meddling Continues
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Senators Richard M. Burr, left, the intelligence committee's chairman, and Mark Warner, its vice chairman, held the most extensive news conference since the committee began its investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Credit Pete
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Home Max hands-on: Google takes on Apple’s HomePod and Sonos – Engadget


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Home Max hands-on: Google takes on Apple's HomePod and Sonos
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Sonos and Apple have some unexpected competition in the voice-activated speaker market this holiday season. Google's somewhat unexpected Home Max is built with high quality music playback in mind, first and foremost. At $399 ($50 more than the …
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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Takes a Dive In “Drowning” Video

Still fresh off the release of his recent project The Bigger Artist, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has dropped visuals for the single “Drowning”. The track is a collab between the Atlantic Records artist and fellow label mate Kodak Black, but the latter artist does not appear in the video. A Boogie goes deep into […]

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