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CNET NewsOct 01, 2023
Best Google Pixel Phone to Buy in 2023 - CNET
From the awesome Pixel 7 Pro to the cheap Pixel 6A to the futuristic Pixel Fold, these are the best Google phones to buy now.

How to Stop Google Bard From Storing Your Data and Location (Wired News)

ResearchBuzzSep 30, 2023
Historic Costume and Textile Museum, Raspberry Pi, Google Jamboard, More: Saturday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, September 30, 2023
NEW RESOURCES Kansas State University: Historic Costume and Textile Museum launches online database, showcasing its more than 15,000 artifacts. "For the first time since its inception, the Historic Costume and Textile Museum's […]

CNET NewsSep 30, 2023
Made by Google Event: How to Watch and What to Expect at the Pixel 8 Launch - CNET
Here's everything we know about Google's Pixel event on Oct. 4. We expect to learn more about the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro phones and Pixel Watch 2.

EngadgetSep 29, 2023
The Supreme Court will hear social media cases with immense free speech implications
On Friday, the US Supreme Court agreed to take on two landmark social media cases with enormous implications for online speech, as reported by The Washington Post. The conservative-dominated court will determine if laws passed by Texas and Florida are violating First Amendment rights by requiring social platforms to host content they would otherwise block.

Tech industry groups, including Meta, X (formerly Twitter) and Google, say the laws are unconstitutional and violate private companies' First Amendment rights. "Telling private websites they must give equal treatment to extremist hate isn't just unwise, it is unconstitutional, and we look forward to demonstrating that to the Court," Matt Schruers of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), one of the trade associations challenging the legislation, told The Washington Post. The CCIA called the order "encouraging."

The groups representing the tech companies contesting the laws say platforms would be at legal risk for removing violent or hateful content, propaganda from hostile governments and spam. However, leaving the content online could be bad for their bottom lines as they would risk advertiser and user boycotts.

Supporters of the Republican-sponsored state laws claim that social media companies are biased against conservatives and are illegal

CNET How ToSep 29, 2023
Pixel 8 and 8 Pro Leak Appears to Confirm Camera Upgrades, New Features - CNET
The most recent Pixel 8 leak appears to support earlier rumors about the latest iterations in Google's flagship line.

ResearchBuzzSep 27, 2023
Intuit, Reddit, Google Slides, More: Wednesday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, September 27, 2023
TWEAKS AND UPDATES ProPublica: TurboTax Parent Company's Latest Argument Against Free Tax Filing: It Will Harm Black Taxpayers. "Articles published around the country repeat Intuit's assertion — sometimes almost word for word […]

ResearchBuzzSep 23, 2023
Google, MS Paint, Endangered Appalachia Archives, More: Saturday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, September 23, 2023
NEW RESOURCES Google Blog: Get playful with art in four new cultural experiments. "At Google Arts & Culture we have always been committed to creating innovative ways for people to engage with […]
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