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My experience so far is that Siri is less frustrating to use than Google Assistant . If I say 1 o'clock on Siri will type out "1 o'clock". If I say 1 o'clock on Google voice it says "one" no matter how many times I say it. It does not identify with "o'clock".

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https://www.cnbc.com/2017/07/29/google-is-aping-facebook-features-to-catch-up-in-mobile.html
Google is trying to do to Facebook what Facebook did to Snap—by aping some of its features

 CNBC - 1d ago


These moves suggest that even though Google has largely abandoned hopes of catching Facebook with its own social network, Google+, it still believes there is value in aping individual Facebook features.

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$0.80 for a dozen donuts

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Google is using AI to create stunning landscape photos using Street View imagery

 The Verge - 51m ago


Google's latest artificial intelligence experiment is taking in Street View imagery from Google Maps and transforming it into professional-grade photography through post-processing - all without a human touch.
Google is using AI to create stunning landscape photos using Street View imagery

 The Verge - 51m ago


Google's latest artificial intelligence experiment is taking in Street View imagery from Google Maps and transforming it into professional-grade photography through post-processing - all without a human touch.

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It might not seem like much on the surface, but Hyperloop is hailing its 70 mph, 315-foot test run as a “Kitty Hawk moment.” The high-speed tube transportation company, which aims to one day whisk people between cities at airline-like speeds, says it ...

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Pixel 2: Everything we know about Google's next flagship phone

 PCWorld - 6h ago


Google flipped the script last year when it retired the Nexus line in favor of its own branded handsets, and now all eyes are on the Pixel 2. With improved specs and even better cameras, the new phones are poised to propel Google back to the head of ...
Pixel 2: Everything we know about Google's next flagship phone

 PCWorld - 6h ago


Google flipped the script last year when it retired the Nexus line in favor of its own branded handsets, and now all eyes are on the Pixel 2. With improved specs and even better cameras, the new phones are poised to propel Google back to the head of ...
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