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Google Talk Will Be Shutting Down, Integrated Into Hangouts

It seems that in addition to Google killing off SMS integration with Hangouts, there will be additional services that Google will be sunsetting, and one of those is Google Talk. However all is not lost because while Google Talk will be shutting down, Google has announced that it will be integrated into Hangouts instead, so […]

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Google Has A Social Group Photo Editing App In The Works

If social apps are your kind of thing, you might be interested to learn that Google has a new app that is in the works that may or may not be released in the near future. According to a report from TechCrunch, it seems that Google has some kind of group photo editing app that […]

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Qualcomm Reportedly Prevented Samsung From Selling Exynos Chipsets To Others

If you have noticed, Samsung’s Exynos chipsets seem to be largely exclusive to Samsung’s own smartphones and devices. You might have assumed that it’s a similar situation to Apple where the Cupertino company’s A-series of chipsets are exclusive to iOS devices for marketing and performance purposes. However that assumption could be wrong. In a report […]

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Mass Effect: Andromeda PS4 Pro Limited Edition Revealed

The latest installment in the Mass Effect franchise has been released and so far reviews have been mostly positive, save for some quibbles regarding the animation of the characters in the game. However for the most part, it seems that BioWare has launched yet another successful Mass Effect game. Now if you’re a fan of […]

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BlackBerry KEYone Approved By The FCC

When BlackBerry announced that they would be stepping away from making their own smartphones, the company also reassured customers that those who loved the company’s phones with a physical QWERTY keyboard had nothing to worry about as there would be more such handsets on its way. This came in the form of the BlackBerry KEYone […]

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A consistent UI between your phone and this car makes perfect sense

Technology can be a wild beast. For anyone who lives and breathes tech, you know the rules are always changing. One day a certain smartphone like the Google Pixel is the coolest thing ever, the next you find out everyone has moved on to some other Android model. You try a new travel website that […]

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21 bot experts make their predictions for 2017

GUEST: 2016 was a huge year for bots, with major platforms like Facebook launching bots for Messenger and Amazon and Google heavily pushing their digital assistants. Looking forward to 2017, we asked 21 bot experts, entrepreneurs, and executives to share their predictions for how bots will continue to evolve in the coming year. 1. Andy […]

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Family money: An emerging funding source for startups

GUEST: Startups are increasingly looking to an alternate source of equity funding and growth capital to close a significant round of private investment: the family office. There are currently more than 3,000 family offices globally managing money for the world’s wealthiest families. Together, these offices manage a total asset base of approximately $4 trillion, and […]

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Uber suspends self-driving car program after Arizona crash

(Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] suspended its pilot program for driverless cars on Saturday after a vehicle equipped with the nascent technology crashed on an Arizona roadway, the ride-hailing company and local police said.

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Salesforce looks for a future beyond its walls with rising VC investments and acquisitions

When it comes to investments and acquisitions, Salesforce has made headlines lately for deals that didn’t happen. The company’s rebuffed $26 billion bid for LinkedIn last year and a run at Twitter that never got off the ground would have ranked by far as Salesforce’s largest deals. But those non-deals overshadowed the things Salesforce has […]

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