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"Jon owns neither a PlayStation VR headset nor a 4K HDR display, and both of those are specifically and uniquely supported by the latest Gran Turismo game (and first in the series for the PlayStation 4 Pro).

Basically, he wants to feel better about not buying either of those ridiculous gadgets. I have good news and bad news for him."

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How to Use Multiple Apps at Once on Android | Android Tips

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The Morning After: Wednesday, October 18th 2017 http://engt.co/2kZ6YsQ

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Microsoft has announced Surface Book 2. Here's everything you need to know about Microsoft Surface Book 2 tech specs, price, and availability.

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So Apple has quite a fortress of technology atop its self driving car, so I wonder if Steve Wozniak and Jony Ive can downsize it all into some stylish automobile device.

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Two-step verification, OAuth apps whitelisting & Android work profiles: some of the ways to secure G Suite accounts against phishing → https://www.blog.google/products/g-suite/7-ways-admins-can-help-secure-accounts-against-phishing-g-suite/

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Google to Apple: Our AI is better than your AI. In its first year, Google Assistant has advanced further than Siri has in the past seven. - +Macworld

There is one important area where Google is firmly in the lead, and it has nothing to do with bezels or beats. It’s about intelligence. Google is using its AI smarts to make its products more responsive and adaptable to each user’s lifestyle.

Google Assistant isn’t just better than Siri at recognizing what you’re saying, it’s also more contextual and conversational, which leads to an all-around better experience. It even recognizes your voice over the other people in your home. With Siri, commands are islands unto themselves, while Google Assistant is practically like talking to an actual person.

It was just a year ago when Assistant was limited to Pixel phones and Google Home, and now it’s everywhere: headphones, watches, speakers, not to mention hundreds of millions of Android phones. Google is in a unique position to excel in the AI space. Where Apple needs to keep wowing us with drool-worthy hardware to get noticed, Google has taken a utilitarian approach to its design, banking on AI to drive the experience.

Google’s latest products are designed from the inside out to be smarter than they are pretty, a big bet that consumers are tired of good-looking gadgets that put form before function. And if it’s right, Apple could be playing catch-up for years to come.

#googleassistant #artificialintelligence #virtualassistant #machinelearning #siri

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Crunch Report | HQ Trivia, New App from Vine Founders

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