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U.S. carriers will look to LTE-U tests to protect Wi-Fi The biggest U.S. carriers planning to deploy controversial LTE-Unlicensed technology expect to use gear thats been tested for coexistence with Wi-Fi, their executives said Wednesday.Speakers from Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA said they expect all the
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Researchers make progress toward computer video recognition Computers can already recognize you in an image, but can they see a video or real-world objectsand tell exactly what's going on?Researchers are trying to make computer video recognition a reality, and they are using some image recognition techniques to ma
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Google will shore up one of its biggest cloud weaknesses next year Google is making a major change to its cloud platform infrastructure that will help shore up one of the company's biggest weaknesses relative to competitors like Microsoft and Amazon.On Thursday, Urs Hlzle, the company's senior vice president of technical
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Microsoft combines Cortana and Bing with Microsoft Research to accelerate new features On Thursday, Microsoft took the unusual step of combining its Bing and Cortana product teams with Microsoft Research, in a bid to accelerate innovation for both the search engine and the digital assistant.The move was part of a broader reorganization that
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24% off Sphero 2.0, The App-Enabled Robotic Ball - Deal Alert Sphero 2.0 is the app-enabled ball that does it all. Intelligent and well-rounded, Sphero lets you play, learn, and explore. Create obstacle courses, turn your living room into a video game with augmented reality apps, upgrade family game night with multi
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Google Maps for Android adds 'OK Google' voice, navigation commands and other search tricks Next time youre wondering where the nearest gas station is, the answer will be just a voice command away.Google announced that its enabling a host of new voice commands in Google Maps for Android that will allow you to search for a locations, get details
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16% off ChargeTech 27,000mAh Portable Battery Pack with AC Outlet & USB Ports - Deal Alert Take the power of an AC Outlet with you wherever you go. This battery pack from ChargeTech is the first battery pack not to be limited by USB ports. Compact enough to fit your purse, backpack, or briefcase, it can handle laptops, lights, projectors, and e
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Galaxy Note7 battery woes continue as company investigates phones that are running too hot Samsung just cant catch a break. The company would rather be touting the one million replacement smartphones it has shipped to customers, which by all accounts is a rather swift response to the exploding phone crisis.Instead, Samsung is dealing with new r
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New USB-C audio standard joins the iPhone 7's quest to kill the headphone jack The future of mobile device audio is here, and if you hated the iPhone 7s Lightning connector headphones, youll loathe this new solution. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) recently announced the audio specification for USB Type-C was now complete.Offici
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Meet Pixel, a gorgeous, much-needed visual overhaul for Raspberry Pi's main distro The Raspberry Pi isnt exactly known for its polish. The glorious, but bare-bones $35 mini-PC packs humble hardware and even lacks a case in its quest to deliver affordable computing to the masses. That austere design even extended to the no-frills Raspbia
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