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TechNN Archive: Thursday, October 5, 2017


General Interest
  • "Mattel withdraws kid-focused 'smart hub' from market after complaints" Ars Technica 5:13 PM
  • "Gesture Control Wants to Move Us Away from Our Keyboards" ReadWrite 3:01 PM
  • "DeepMind launches ethics unit to deal with the big questions surrounding AI" The Inquirer 12:05 PM
  • "Your Netflix subscription is getting more expensive starting next month" BGR 11:15 AM
  • "Netflix raises its US monthly fee again, but only for two plans: The lowest tier stays the same, and the others are still competitive." Ars Technica 11:51 AM
  • "Sonos hits back at Apple's HomePod with Alexa-controlled Sonos One speaker: And Google Assistant support will be coming next year" The Inquirer 7:30 AM
  • "SanDisk releases high-speed SD cards that can survive extreme temperatures: Do you really need it to work in sub-zero temperatures though?" The Verge 7:29 AM
  • "Carbon-ion battery could mean rapid charging" BBC 7:14 AM
  • "Firefox officially gets end-of-support date on Windows XP and Vista" Neowin 7:07 AM
  • "Google Pixel Buds: is Babel fish dream of in-ear translation now a reality? AI-powered translation piped through wireless earbuds is another big step towards the removal of the language barrier" The Guardian 7:41 AM
  • "Watch Google's Pixel 2 event in under 15 minutes" Engadget 7:14 AM
  • "Google PIxel and Pixel XL now discounted by $100" Neowin 7:10 AM
  • "Google just discovered a treasure trove of new eyeballs for its ads" Neowin 7:01 AM
  • "Discovery and Google team up on globe-spanning VR travel series: 'Discovery TRVLR' will transport you around the world to meet locals and sample cultures." Engadget 7:15 AM
  • "YouTube's ad crackdown frustrates video-makers" BBC 7:21 AM
  • "Amazon to open a pop-up bar in the prestigious Ginza district in Tokyo" Neowin 7:01 AM
  • "Adidas will finally start selling shoes made by its robot factory: The first model made specifically for London will be out as soon as October 19th." Engadget 7:15 AM
  • "SAP vulnerabilities can take servers offline" ZDNet 6:54 AM