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Why Microsoft is playing nice with Apple and Google
This does not look good.
Pinterest began rolling out targeted ads based on searches for its partners earlier this year, giving it another moment in time to catch potential customers as they try to sniff out new things they might buy — and now everyone else will get a piece of that. The company said it is adding search ads to its Ads manager today, letting businesses target customers searching for potential products, which basically gives them the opportunity to put an ad in front of them at a moment when they've signaled some intent or interest in an idea or product. Pinterest also said it will give businesses the ability to auto-target relevant searches based on its extensive "Taste Graph," which includes more than 5,000 interests and opened up to marketers in September.
Security researcher Mathy Vanhoef publicly disclosed a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption protocol yesterday that affects all devices that use WiFi.
After a few years of sticking with essentially the same design, Google Calendar on the web is getting a makeover today.
Here's a surprise: Google's Pixel 2 phones include a custom system-on-a-chip (SoC) that's optimized for image processing -- but it currently just sits there, doing nothing. Google says it'll turn this chip on in the coming weeks as a developer option in the preview of Android Oreo 8.1. This will enable developers to include the same HDR+ image processing that allows Google's camera app to produce great pictures with hardware that is, at least on the spec sheet, not up to par with that of its competitors.
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones are here, and they bring with them sequels to some of the best smartphone cameras available.
This father wonders whether his wealthy, smart daughter should remain unmarried.
Tech companies have yet to make VR content accessible to the average consumer. They'll have to get over that hurdle to increase adoption and make billions in investment worthwhile.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Google has briefed the House and Senate intelligence committees ahead of two Nov. 1 hearings that will examine Russian efforts to influence U.S. elections through social media.
The carmaker looked like Lyft's main autonomous vehicle partner in 2016, but this year the ride-hailing platform has announced pilot projects with Waymo, nuTonomy, Drive.ai and even Ford, GM's biggest rival. GM says there's been no change to the relationship.
Shares of adventure camera maker GoPro (GPRO) today closed up 24 cents, or 2.6%, at $9.47, after Longbow Research’s Joe Wittine raised his rating on the shares to Buy from Neutral, calling “misguided” the decline in the stock’s valuation to levels of earlier this year despite "significant execution improvement since." It’s even possible GoPro could be profitable come Q1, he muses, which would have “a meaningful impact on Street sentiment.” The Street is currently modeling a net loss of 22 cents per share in Q1, and his own estimate is for a loss of 14 cents. It is very early, though we have obtained some initial channel reads which show (1) solid demand from GPRO’s base, (2) measured but good-enough interest from mainstream consumers, and (3) solid execution that stands in stark contrast to last year’s HERO5 launch (recall, we identified manufacturing problems, and a squabble with Amazon).
US legislation targeting digital advertising platforms including Facebook, Google and Twitter won bipartisan support on Wednesday when senator John McCain became the first Republican to back a bill to ...