- Walmart dives into voice-activated shopping with Google
NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart is diving into voice-activated shopping. But unlike online leader Amazon, it's not doing it alone.
- Verizon tweaks prices, cuts video quality on unlimited plans
NEW YORK (AP) — Verizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.
- Glam shot gets ugly: Mnuchin wife touts style, slams critic
WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a glam shot that got ugly.
- Studies: Automated safety systems are preventing car crashes
WASHINGTON (AP) — Safety systems to prevent cars from drifting into another lane or that warn drivers of vehicles in their blind spots are beginning to live up to their potential to significantly reduce crashes, according to two studies released Wednesday.
- Report: Iran says Twitter ready to talk on unblocking site
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's new telecommunications minister says Twitter is ready to talk about unblocking access to the microblogging site.
- Why AI visionary Andrew Ng teaches humans to teach computers
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Andrew Ng has led teams at Google and Baidu that have gone on to create self-learning computer programs used by hundreds of millions of people, including email spam filters and touch-screen keyboards that make typing easier by predicting what you might want to say next.
- Andrew Ng hates paranoid androids, and other fun facts
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — What does artificial intelligence researcher Andrew Ng have in common with a "very depressed robot" from "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"? Both have huge brains.
- Google to serve next version of Android as 'Oreo"
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An upcoming update to Google's Android software finally has a delectable name. The next version will be known as Oreo, extending Google's tradition of naming each version after a sweet treat.
- UK promises to prosecute online hate crimes vigorously
LONDON (AP) — British authorities are promising to prosecute hate crimes committed online as vigorously as those that take place face-to-face, recognizing the growth of hate speech on social media and the potential for such crimes to affect large numbers of people.
- NFL, Electronic Arts unveil Madden '18 competition
NEW YORK (AP) — NFL fans and gamers can play their way to the Super Bowl — if they're good enough at the newest edition of "Madden NFL 18."
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