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HP Chromebook x2 is the first detachable Chromebook, takes aim at iPad Pro

HP’s Chromebook x2 in action. Image: HP HP Inc has unveiled what it’s describing as “the world’s first Chromebook detachable” — the Chromebook x2. The device can either be used like a conventional laptop with the keyboard attached, or with the keyboard removed in tablet mode. With the keyboard attached, …

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Google’s latest undersea cable project will connect Japan to Australia – TechCrunch

When you’re a company as large as Google, you need to make build versus buy decisions every day, whether that’s buying a company or building the software or renting time on an undersea cable or building your own. Today, the company announced that it’s decided to build another undersea cable. …

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​Enterprises learning to love cloud lock-in too: Is it different this time?

Video: More enterprises are going ‘all-in’ with select cloud providers Will cloud computing and the buying cycle go the same way as enterprise software did? In other words, are technology buyers going to learn to love lock-in for discounts early and suffer from a lack of leverage later? These burning …

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Google Cloud gives developers more insights into their networks – TechCrunch

Google Cloud is launching a new feature today that will give its users a new way to monitor and optimize how their data flows between their servers in the Google Cloud and other Google Services, on-premises deployments and virtually any other internet endpoint. As the name implies, VPC Flow Logs …

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Google employees protest: ‘Stop work on AI for Pentagon drone video analysis’

Video: Google aims to embed AI-powered Smart Reply in every major chat platform. Thousands of Google employees have signed a letter to CEO Sundar Pichai protesting the company’s work assisting the US Department of Defense to develop computer vision AI. Specifically, the employees have called on Google to cancel its …

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GitLab gets a native integration with Google’s Kubernetes Engine – TechCrunch

GitLab, one of the most popular self-hosted Git services, has been on a bit of a roll lately. Barely two weeks after launching its integration with GitHub, the company today announced that developers on its platform can now automatically spin up a cluster on Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and deploy …

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MIT’s AlterEgo headset reads your face to see words you’re only saying in your mind

Video: How AlterEgo interfaces with devices through silent speech. MIT researchers have developed a headset that can identify words you think of but don’t actually say, by reading signals the brain sends to the face and jaw during internal speech. The AlterEgo headset captures the neuromuscular signals that occur when …

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Google pay discrimination lawsuit is moving forward – TechCrunch

A class-action lawsuit alleging pay discrimination at Google based on gender is moving forward, California Superior Court Judge Mary E. Wiss recently ordered. The original suit was dismissed in December due to the fact that plaintiffs defined the class of affected workers too broadly. In January, the plaintiffs filed a …

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Apple Pay launches in Brazil with Itaú

Apple has launched its mobile payment and digital wallet service in Brazil in partnership with local bank Itaú. Apple in the Enterprise: A Strategic Guide Once a pariah in the enterprise, Apple has quietly emerged as a darling of executives and professionals because of the ease of use of the …

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Should AI researchers kill people? – TechCrunch

AI research is increasingly being used by militaries around the world for offensive and defensive applications. This past week, groups of AI researchers began to fight back against two separate programs located halfway around the world from each other, generating tough questions about just how much engineers can affect the …

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