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Solar Red HTC U11: Iron Man Edition?

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World’s tech giants unite in Partnership for AI

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon are titans of the tech world. And yet, their existing achievements could be dwarfed by the impact of their work on artificial intelligence.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 29, 20161

WhatsApp’s new tagging feature expected to annoy people in group chats

If you’re currently enjoying the small pockets of silence while on a road trip or in the middle of your favorite read, you might find it hard to keep things that way with WhatsApp’s new ...
by Team AASeptember 20, 201627

(Update: Opt-out available) New privacy policy allows WhatsApp to share phone numbers with Facebook

WhatsApp has updated its privacy policy to allow the service to share some user data with Facebook, including phone numbers.
by Robert TriggsAugust 26, 201634

Facebook experiments with audio-auto play for mobile apps

Your news feed video streams might scream in the near future. Facebook is testing out auto-playing audio along with news feed videos -- keep the headphones handy!
by Quinten PlummerAugust 23, 20168

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

This week, we talk about the death of Adobe Flash in Chrome, Quadrooter, a new fencing game that doesn't suck, and more Android apps or games news!
by Joe HindyAugust 14, 20164

WhatsApp gains multi-recipient sending, ‘frequent chats’

Some subtle but important changes have arrived on WhatsApp. We're seeing multi-recipient support and a Messenger-esque 'frequent chats' section.
by John DyeAugust 11, 20165

Facebook ads are now more resistant to ad blockers

Facebook engineers have created a new HTML recipe that makes sponsored content taste organic to ad blockers. On Facebook, your ad-blockers might not do much good anymore.
by Quinten PlummerAugust 9, 201628

Facebook is testing its new Wi-Fi service in India

Dubbed “Express Wifi,” Facebook’s new Wi-Fi service will allow users to surf the web on local providers’ data, but unlike Free Basics, it won't be free.
by Brian ReighAugust 9, 20167

Facebook founds Area 404: a massive hardware lab for VR experiments

Facebook is seriously getting into the hardware game with the opening of their 22,000 square foot facility focusing on VR and network research.
by John DyeAugust 3, 20163

Facebook steals Snapchat “story” feature for Instagram

Facebook's social media platform Instagram has just gained a "story" feature that lets users share content that expires after 24 hours. Much like Snapchat.
by John DyeAugust 2, 20164
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