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YouTube targets music fans with new audio ad format

YouTube targets music fans with new audio ad format YouTube is announcing new ad products today, designed to help marketers reach YouTube visitors who are doing more listening than watching. The big addition is audio advertising. As the Google -owned video site puts it in a blog post, these are ads designed […]

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Sequoia-backed recycling robot maker AMP Robotics gets its largest purchase order

Sequoia-backed recycling robot maker AMP Robotics gets its largest purchase order AMP Robotics, the manufacturer of robotic recycling systems, has received its largest purchase order from the publicly traded North American waste handling company, Waste Connections. The order, for 24 machine learning enabled robotic recycling systems, will be used on container, fiber […]

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Q3 earnings find Apple and Google looking to the future for hardware rebounds

Q3 earnings find Apple and Google looking to the future for hardware rebounds “5G is a once-in-a-decade kind of opportunity,” Tim Cook told the media during the Q&A portion of Apple’s Q3 earnings call. “And we could not be more excited to hit the market exactly when we did.” The truth of […]

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Investors appear to shrug at antitrust lawsuit aimed at Google

Investors appear to shrug at antitrust lawsuit aimed at Google Investors do not seem concerned that the Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against Google earlier today. The suit, seen by some as a stunt near the election, is one of a multi-part push to change the face of the technology […]

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Alphabet’s latest moonshot is a field-roving, plant-inspecting robo-buggy

Alphabet’s latest moonshot is a field-roving, plant-inspecting robo-buggy Alphabet (you know… Google) has taken the wraps off the latest “moonshot” from its X labs: A robotic buggy that cruises over crops, inspecting each plant individually and, perhaps, generating the kind of “big data” that agriculture needs to keep up with the demands […]

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Steps from the House Judiciary Committee are too little, too late when it comes to big tech

Steps from the House Judiciary Committee are too little, too late when it comes to big tech The U.S. House Judiciary Committee has finally released its omnibus report  on its investigation into the monopoly powers held by Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook and its findings will do nothing to stem the power […]

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Waymo’s Boris Sofman and TuSimple’s Xiaodi Hou to join us at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

Waymo’s Boris Sofman and TuSimple’s Xiaodi Hou to join us at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 One of the areas of autonomous driving technology with the most potential to have a near-term and dramatic impact remains trucking: There’s a growing lack of drivers for long-haul routes, and highway trucking remains a relatively uncomplicated […]

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Google’s “no choice” screen on Android isn’t working, says Ecosia — querying the EU’s approach to antitrust enforcement

Google’s “no choice” screen on Android isn’t working, says Ecosia — querying the EU’s approach to antitrust enforcement Google alternative Ecosia is on a mission to turn search clicks into trees. The Berlin based not-for-profit reached a major milestone earlier this month, having used ad revenue generated by users of its privacy-sensitive […]

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How to watch big tech’s CEOs tangle with Congress on antitrust issues and more

How to watch big tech’s CEOs tangle with Congress on antitrust issues and more Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai and Mark Zuckerberg will defend their companies before the House Antitrust Subcommittee Wednesday in a hearing that will make tech industry history, no matter what happens. Given that the tech giants are […]

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Read how Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google plan to defend themselves to Congress

Read how Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google plan to defend themselves to Congress With their big day before lawmakers just around the corner, previews of Google (well, Alphabet), Facebook, Amazon and Apple’s opening statements are now available on the House Judiciary Committee’s site. On Wednesday, the CEOs of each company will appear […]

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