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CNET NewsDec 15, 2017
Google Maps now will tell you it's time to get off the bus - CNET
On Android, Google's navigation service offers more of a helping hand when you're using public transit.

TechCrunchDec 15, 2017
Google kills its Tango augmented reality platform, shifting focus to ARCore
 Google announced today that it’s shutting down its high-end smartphone augmented reality platform, Tango, in order to focus on the more mass market ARCore product. The company had already confirmed this much to us when they announced ARCore in August, but now we have an official timeline for Tango’s demise. Read More

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EngadgetDec 15, 2017
Google Chrome beta delivers mute tool for autoplay videos
Months ago, a blog post by the good developers of Chrome let its users know that come January, users would be free of audio from autoplaying videos. As far as we know, those upgrades is still on track to arrive in early 2018 for all users, but you ca...

GizmodoDec 15, 2017
Why the Law Doesn't (and Sometimes Shouldn't) Protect Us From the Algorithms That Rule Our Lives
Most people are aware that algorithms control what you see on Facebook or Google, but automated decision-making is increasingly being used to determine real-life outcomes as well, influencing everything from how fire departments prevent fires to how police departments prevent crime. Given how much these (often…

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SlashDotDec 15, 2017
Google Is Using Light Beam Tech To Connect Rural India To the Internet


EngadgetDec 15, 2017
Google ends Tango support to fully focus on ARCore
Google began delving into the world of AR with its 2014 venture Project Tango, or just Tango as of last year, and its AR work has grown quite a bit since then. Earlier this year, it unveiled ARCore, an augmented reality platform that differs from Tan...

GizmodoDec 15, 2017
Google Finally Lets You Mute Autoplay Videos In Chrome—Here’s How
For several months, Google has teased some updates for Chrome that aim to make surfing the web slightly less annoying. And on Thursday, Chrome developers announced that you can now update your browser and choose to mute those annoying autoplay videos on websites. The update, Chrome 64 beta, also prevents malicious…

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