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Google acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google announced in its recent blog post that the company is acquiring the wearables company ‘Fitbit’ for a sum of $2.1 billion. The announcement is a boon for both companies as the latter... Read more

This robot takes human reflex assistance for balancing

This robot takes human reflex assistance for balancing

We all know that robots are ruling the world, but they are still helpless! How? The only way robots can be avoided from falling down is with the help of human’s fast reflexes. Researchers are te... Read more

Google improves search results with BERT

Google improves search results with BERT

Google has introduced a core change in its search algorithm which can improve the rankings of results for more than one in ten queries. Google makes use of an advanced technology known as natural lang... Read more

Twitter CEO says a strong no to joining the Libra initiative

Twitter CEO says a strong no to joining the Libra initiative

Jack Dorsey CEO of Twitter has explicitly stated his disinterest in Facebook’s cryptocurrency initiative Libra. When asked if he would join the Facebook initiative, Dorsey’s response was &... Read more

Google Duplex to call New Zealand stores to confirm opening hours

Google Duplex to call New Zealand stores to confirm opening hours

Google’s AI system for natural conversations, Duplex, is going to be tested outside the U.S. for the first time this week. Google Duplex will be calling small businesses in New Zealand to confir... Read more

Apple to reveal AR Smart Glasses in 2020

Apple to reveal AR Smart Glasses in 2020

Network operators, tech companies and smartphone makers have been rallying behind 5G for a while now. Except for Google and Apple, almost all companies are jumping into the 5G bandwagon. But neither o... Read more

Facebook hit by a $35B data lawsuit

Facebook hit by a $35B data lawsuit

Facebook is facing yet another class-action lawsuit of $35 billion for alleged misuse of facial recognition data in the state of Illinois. The three judges at the U.S Circuit Court of Appeals gave a u... Read more