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CES 2018: What the Gadget Fest Looks Like in ‘the Year of A.I.’

Yet the clear darling of this year’s show was not a gadget but the growing amount of artificial intelligence software helping these products run. The race between Amazon and Google to be the go-to service for integration of consumer products ...

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Dropbox Is Said to Be Planning to Go Public This Year

Venky Ganesan, a venture capitalist at Menlo Ventures, said a Dropbox I.P.O. would be seen as a harbinger for start-ups. “Will unicorns realize they have to grow up and grow out of their Peter Pan mentality?” he asked, adding that ...

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Facebook Overhauls News Feed to Focus on What Friends and Family Share

“When people are engaging with people they’re close to, it’s more meaningful, more fulfilling,” said David Ginsberg, director of research at Facebook. “It’s good for your well-being.” Facebook has been under fire for months over what it shows people and ...

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YouTube Drops Online Star Logan Paul From Premium Advertising

Photo Top YouTube stars like Logan Paul are known for pushing the envelope with outlandish behavior. Credit Kevin Mazur/Fox, via Getty Images SAN FRANCISCO — YouTube said on Wednesday that it had dropped Logan Paul, one of its most popular ...

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States Push Back After Net Neutrality Repeal

“When Washington, D.C., takes away that protection, we must protect net neutrality for our people, for our businesses and for the virtues of free speech,” Mr. Inslee, a Democrat, said. But the bills are still in the early stages and ...

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Outing Death

WeCroak, Mr. Bergwall said, was born of Bhutanese folklore saying that to be happy, one ought to contemplate death five times a day. For the more than 9,000 users of WeCroak, most in their 20s and 30s, he said, there ...

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India Extends Hand to Apple and Others by Easing Rules on Foreign Firms

Apple executives argued that the 30-percent figure was impossible to meet, at least in the short term, because the company assembles almost all of its products in China and buys many of the necessary components there. Although the company’s supply ...

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Tech We’re Using: He Weaned Himself From Ride-Hailing Apps. Here’s Why.

If I need to drive down to Silicon Valley for interviews, I usually rent a car through Getaround, which is essentially an Airbnb for people’s cars. It’s pretty convenient, and I’ve even struck up a budding friendship with a guy ...

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Secret Zuma Satellite Launched by SpaceX May Have Failed. What Happened?

Zuma satellite from @northropgrumman may be dead in orbit after separation from @SpaceX Falcon 9, sources say. Info blackout renders any conclusion – launcher issue? Satellite-only issue? — impossible to draw. pic.twitter.com/KggCGNC5Si Space-Track has cataloged the Zuma payload as USA ...

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As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

The Japanese government has made managing the shift to next-generation vehicles a priority, but critics say its approach lacks focus. It has bet big on hydrogen fuel cells, an alternative technology to plug-in rechargeable batteries that is struggling to win ...

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