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TechNN Archive: Tuesday, February 6, 2018


General Interest
  • "Alphabet names former Time Warner Cable executive to lead internet unit" Reuters 8:49 PM
  • "BBC launches first augmented reality app for Civilisations" BBC 6:56 PM
  • "Alphabet hires Time Warner Cable executive to lead Access and Google Fiber" The Verge 6:56 PM
  • "Cryonics: Your body preserved for future revival?" BBC 11:31 AM
  • "PS4 Pro will make more games look better on older TVs: There are a bunch of new features coming to all PS4s in an upcoming update, too." Engadget 11:23 AM
  • "Mozilla's Raspberry Pi gateway helps connect up your smart home" ZDNet 11:06 AM
  • "Google adds AR objects to its GIF-making Android app" Engadget 3:29 PM
  • "Former Facebook and Google employees fight tech 'addiction'" BBC 8:03 AM
  • "Official Galaxy S9 cases just leaked, confirming Samsung's new design" BGR 7:59 AM
  • "Nougat is now most popular Android operating system: It only took 18 months." CNET 12:42 PM
  • "Android updates: Nougat finally overtakes Marshmallow but Oreo still languishes" ZDNet 7:46 AM
  • "A Backlash Is Mounting in Cities Bidding for Amazon's HQ2" Bloomberg 7:45 AM
  • "Amazon passes Samsung for 2nd place in worldwide tablet shipments, sees 50% growth in 2017" GeekWire 7:15 AM
  • "Tablet sales have plummeted for the 13th quarter in a row: IDC claims slates have been 'relegated to simple media consumption devices'" The Inquirer 7:15 AM
  • "Huawei launches the Honor 9 Lite quad-lens smartphone globally" VentureBeat 7:17 AM
  • "Fashion startup stops using AI tailor after it fails to size up customers correctly: Customers were supposed to send in photos of their shirts and receive perfectly-fitted replicas. It didn't work" The Verge 7:12 AM
  • "ADB.Miner worm is rapidly spreading across Android devices" ZDNet 7:03 AM
  • "Google opens up Pixel Visual Core camera tech to WhatsApp, Snapchat and more" The Inquirer 7:03 AM
  • "Bitcoin falls below $6,000" BBC 6:56 AM
  • "Best Buy will reportedly no longer sell CDs in its stores come July 1" Neowin 7:03 AM
  • "YouTube Kids app still showing disturbing videos" BBC 6:56 AM