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Maybe introducing Google Duplex at I/O wasn’t such a hot idea

The demo was dazzling. But it also inspired questions which Google has not yet shown interest in answering. At Google’s I/O keynote last week, the most memorable moment was unquestionably the teaser for Duplex, a dazzling bit of AI and voice technology which the company says will come to its Google Assistant this summer. In […]

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This seed-to-sale cannabis platform wants to be the PayPal of pot

With help from Microsoft, Kind Financial is building infrastructure for legal marijuana, from the farm to the dispensary. In June 2016, Microsoft made a startling announcement: It had partnered with a Los Angeles-based company called Kind Financial to start offering marijuana software to government agencies. The software, part of a government-specific version of Microsoft’s Azure […]

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No one wanted the Essential phone. Will anyone want Essential?

The Silicon Valley startup has some big talent, including Android’s creator, but hasn’t made a dent in the smartphone market. Android creator Andy Rubin might be getting out of the smartphone business again. Citing “people familiar with the matter,” Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Alex Barinka report that Rubin’s startup, Essential Products, is exploring a sale […]

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Why Instagram is the best window into Trump-era corruption

Twitter may be the president’s id, but the image-sharing platform better reflects the ethos of the Trump era—the conflicts of interest, the naked ambition. During the week of April 16, 2018, at Mar-a-Lago, President Donald J. Trump hosted Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe. The founder and treasurer of Citizens for Restoring USA, “The First Political […]

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Here’s how to see the data that tech giants have about you

Facebook, Apple, Google, and Twitter probably have more info about you than you think. And the only way to know for sure is to download it all. The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal that broke earlier this year will probably hold the crown as 2018’s biggest story in tech. It came to light that upwards of 87 […]

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WATCH: Tim Cook talks data privacy, gun control, Steve Jobs in Duke commencement address

Apple CEO Tim Cook, who received his MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business in 1988, returned to the university this weekend to deliver a stirring commencement address to Duke University graduates. Apple CEO Tim Cook, who received his MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business in 1988, returned to Durham this weekend to deliver […]

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Let Yelp’s robots tell you where to eat

“Recommended for You” will recommend restaurants based on your past eating habits. Mexican-Indian fusion? Farm-to-table falafel? Sustainable vegan Chinese? Paleo Cuban? It can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to eat and where to eat it. To give hungry users a helping hand, Yelp is tapping into the power of artificial intelligence. The review […]

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Marketing So Good It’s Scary: 12 Experiential Horror Campaigns That Went Viral

The horror genre has been an especially fertile ground for memorable immersive marketing. Here are 12 examples of campaigns that successfully used horror to get lots of, um, eyeballs. Is it better to be loved or feared? While much marketing talk centers on the notion of brand love, perhaps as many of our buying decisions […]

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Twenty times we got a good look at Silicon Valley’s dark side

How green was my valley? Not very. A timeline of tech world malfeasance. Companies in Silicon Valley have pioneered personal computers, smartphones, biotech, and more. But perhaps the greatest creation of technology industry located between in the Santa Clara Valley between San Francisco and San Jose is its image as the engine of progress for […]

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What Elon Musk and Donald Trump don’t get about journalism

An investigation into Tesla’s factory conditions sent the testy CEO into a rant that showcased a Trump-like misapprehension of how journalists work. I’m going to be late to the bank to deposit a few checks from ExxonMobil and the Democratic National Committee before my evening champagne tasting, but allow me to opine, for a moment, […]

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