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Google AI can pick out a single speaker in a crowd: Expect to see it in tons of products

Video: Google and MIT’s AI can fix your phone snaps in real time Google researchers have developed a deep-learning audio-visual model that can isolate one speaker’s voice in a cacophony of noise. The ‘cocktail party effect’ — the ability to mute all voices in a crowd and focus on a …

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Is Android Popsicle next? – TechCrunch

Barring any sort of major shakeup at Google’s mobile division, there are two things we know for sure about the next Android’s name: it will start with the letter “P” and it will be a dessert food. That already narrows things down quite a bit — you’ve got pudding, pecan …

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Chinese media giants hit snag with piracy block

The world’s largest producers of Chinese media content, TVBO Productions and Television Broadcasts (TVB), have hit a roadblock in their attempt to get the Federal Court to order Australia’s internet service providers to block access to a series of domain names they say facilitate infringement of their copyright. During a …

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Here’s what the new Gmail looks like – TechCrunch

Yesterday, Google pressed the Send button too quickly and informed G Suite customers that a new Gmail was coming soon. TechCrunch obtained a few screenshots of the new interface from a tipster called Chaim. I confirmed the authenticity of those screenshots with another person who saw the new design. So …

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​NAB adds Google Pay, still no sign of Apple Pay

(Image: Supplied) The National Australia Bank (NAB) has announced adding Google Pay to its payments repertoire. From Wednesday, customers can download the Google Pay app from the PlayStore, add their NAB debit and credit card, and make payments in stores, online, and with Google products. According to NAB executive general …

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GIF search is coming to LinkedIn messaging through Google’s GIF engine Tenor – TechCrunch

Tenor is now going to exclusively power GIF searches in LinkedIn messaging after Google a few weeks ago, adding yet another service to its already pretty large portfolio of messaging platforms. Tenor has long positioned itself as a GIF search tool working across a number of different platforms, ranging from …

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Windows 10 on AMD? This new update plus Microsoft’s patch block Spectre attacks

Video: Intel says it can’t protect all chips vulnerable to Meltdown and Spectre Chipmaker AMD has released new microcode updates to mitigate the Spectre variant 2 side-channel attack, which Microsoft has supported with a Windows 10 patch for AMD systems. AMD’s latest microcode update coincided with Microsoft’s April Patch Tuesday …

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Insurance giant Allianz confirms $35M investment in Asian ride-sharing unicorn Go-Jek – TechCrunch

German insurance giant Allianz is following Google and Tencent by backing Go-Jek, the Indonesia-based ride-hailing and local services company valued at over $4.5 billion, after it announced an investment. The money comes from Allianz X, the firm’s digital investment arm, which confirmed it put in $35 million in what is its first …

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​Perfecting DevOps’ Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery with Kayenta

Video: DevOps is the hot topic in 2018: Five reasons why One of DevOps’s greatest promises is speeding up software delivery with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). There’s just one little problem: To do it efficiently, you need to test the latest patches in production with canary testing. Everyone …

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Google Home and Google Home Mini smart speakers go on sale in India – TechCrunch

Google’s two smart speaker products — the Google Home and Google Home Mini — and its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones are now available in India following a launch event in the country. The devices are priced at Rs 9,999 ($154), and Rs 4,499 ($69), respectively, and Google confirmed that they are …

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