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Amazon is interested in self-driving vehicles, too

24 April, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Apple and Alphabet arent the only tech heavyweights branching out into self-driving vehicle technology. Amazon wants in on the action, too. Wall Street Journal sources hear that Amazon formed a small (roughly 12 people) team about a year ago to ex...

Spotify looks into building its own hardware

24 April, by Nathan Ingraham[ —]
Spotify, the most popular music streaming service, might be getting ready to jump into the hardware game -- if a few job postings are to be believed. The company recently posted a handful of openings that make clear references to designing and sellin...

Tesla plans larger Supercharger sites, more travel refueling spots

24 April, by Devindra Hardawar[ —]
Tesla is working hard to make it easier for its customers to charge their electric cars on the go. Back in February, the company revealed that itll be doubling its Supercharger network in 2017. It doubled down on that claim this morning, with the an...

Google's next-gen VR camera was designed for seamless video

24 April, by Nicole Lee[ —]
Two years ago, Google introduced Jump, a VR platform that uses cloud-based software and smart stitching algorithms to make 360-video creation easier than ever before. It also partnered with GoPro to make the Odyssey, a 16-camera rig that was the firs...

Create your own films on a VR movie set

24 April, by Nick Summers[ —]
When someone mentions "VR filmmaking," theyre usually referring to 360-degree video, or some kind of video game environment where the story unfolds around you. One developer in Japan, however, has taken the concept in a vastly different direction. ...

Google's next trick for Android is 'copyless pasting'

24 April, by Timothy J. Seppala[ —]
Googles recognition for context goes beyond conversing with Assistant, it would seem. The search juggernaut is working on a feature that "thinks" of what you were looking at in Chrome and makes it available in other apps. Its called "Copyless Paste...

Running with an AI 'personal trainer' is fun, but expensive

24 April, by Daniel Cooper[ —]
The artificial intelligence that we hope will exist in our lifetime is a world away from whats available right now. A thinking computer that knows us better than we know ourselves, and can make us better than we are, is still the stuff of fantasy. B...

Apple's iPhone 8 might not ship in September

24 April, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Apple has practically settled into a routine with its flagship iPhone launches: it announces the new model in early September and ships it later that month. You can practically set your clock by it. Well, you might not want to bank on that schedule...

'Overwatch' has its first match-fixing scandal

24 April, by Matt Brian[ —]
In a months time, Blizzards popular multiplayer first-person shooter Overwatch will officially be a year old (not counting the beta). In that time, the game has accumulated over 25 million players, welcomed multiple new characters and maps, and est...

Samsung is helping Sennheiser bring 3D audio to Android

24 April, by Jon Fingas[ —]
When Sennheiser unveiled the first earbuds to use its Ambeo 3D audio technology, it limited them to iOS users. Are they ever going to come to Android? Yes, apparently -- with some help. Sennheiser has revealed that its partnering with Samsung to bri...

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