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Reasons you want an LTE connected smarthub over your normal connected smarthub? Go.

#justverizonthings  

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Wow... 1 Bitcoin is now worth over $2,000 USD. I wish I wouldn't have sold my BTC 2 years ago.

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Very cool. I'm going to have to explore the full possibilities of this.
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YouTube Live Streaming Open to All... So here's a test!

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It's that time of year again folks. Here's my latest Google I/O collection for Google IO 2017!

You'll want to follow along for general #IO17 spam. I mean... liveblogging, images, articles, posts, excitement... you know the drill.

Feel free to share this collection with your friends so they can follow along!

Don't like I/O noise? You can unfollow this collection :)

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And now, we proudly present, the YouTube URL you've all been waiting for! #IO17

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Google Assitant gets support for GE smart devices

If you have a smart GE device, you're going to be excited. You can use Google Assistant on your Pixel, Home, or other Android device to set GE AC's temp, control your refrigerator, get the status of your laundry, etc.

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Google Trademarks WORLDSENSE, could be related to AR / VR

It's been reported that the Googs is planning on releasing a standalone AR / VR headset with inside-out tracking. I enjoy Daydream as a cheap VR solution, but I'm definitely curious for something more. We may find out in just a few hours.

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+Ron Amadeo's Google Tracker 2017 - PRE #IO17  is here!

Here's a wonderful roundup of all of the things that the Googs has in the works ahead of Google IO 2017, that's scheduled to begin in just a couple days. Some of these items may be announced or expanded upon during Google's upcoming developer conference. While none of these are guaranteed to make the announcement cut, I always take this as a nice reminder and a way to get excited and being the IO #hypebeast.


Happy reading.

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20 years without a kernel update, what could possibly go wrong?
My Linux servers typically run for years. I know of an SCO OpenServer server that made it over a decade, and then there's this Cisco router.
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