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Google expands AI-powered grammar checker in Docs to all G Suite users

Google expands AI-powered grammar checker in Docs to all G Suite users

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Google today announced that its artificial intelligence-powered grammar checker will now be a native feature in Google Docs for all users of G Suite, its corporate suite of web tools and services. The grammar checker, which Google announced last July, is powered by machine translation, which is the same subset of AI tools that enable […]

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Pandora Stories lets artists add commentary to their own playlists

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Pandora launched Stories today, a tool that lets artists and creators add voice commentary to their own playlists. The Stories feature merges podcasts with music playlists, and is meant for artists to add context to an album, or for podcasters to experiment with new storytelling formats. The feature is part of Pandora AMP, the streaming […]

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Spotify launches in India amidst legal battle with Warner

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Spotify is quietly rolling out in India, despite a legal challenge from Warner Music Group that could keep major artists like Cardi B off the platform. A number of people in India say they’ve been able to download the app on Android and sign up for an account, though Spotify hasn’t formally announced the service’s […]

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SK Hynix Details DDR5-6400

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SK Hynix this week revealed some additional technical details about its upcoming DDR5-6400 memory chip at the International Solid State Circuits Conference. The die size of the company’s 16 Gb DDR5 chip is at a high end of historical DRAM die sizes, so the cost of the device will likely be quite high. However, the […]

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Justice Department loses appeal looking to reverse the AT&T–Time Warner merger

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The Justice Department has lost an appeal seeking to reverse the merger of AT&T and Time Warner, another defeat for the agency that has repeatedly pressed to stop the massive deal. After the two companies announced their intention to merge, the Justice Department sued last year to halt the deal, arguing that it would stifle […]

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The Das Keyboard 5Q Cloud-Connected Mechanical Keyboard Review: How To Get Noticed

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Today we are taking a look at the world’s first “cloud-connected” mechanical keyboard, the Das Keyboard 5Q. Aside from its unique capability to connect to the internet, the Das Keyboard 5Q also features the exclusive Omron-made Gamma Zulu mechanical switches that have the highest reliability rating on the market. This makes it one of the […]

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The launch of an Israeli lunar lander may be the first of many private missions to the Moon

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On Thursday, a small Israeli-built spacecraft launched into orbit on one of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rockets — sparking the beginning of a two-month quest to touch down on the lunar surface. The lander, named Beresheet, will attempt to land on the Moon on April 11th, and if successful, it will be first privately funded vehicle […]

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Mozilla partners with news subscription service Scroll to build an ad-free internet

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Scroll is an upcoming news subscription service that promises to let you read all your favorite news websites ad-free in exchange for a monthly fee. The service already has some big names in media onboard (including Buzzfeed, Gizmodo Media Group, and Vox Media) and acquired trending news app Nuzzel earlier this month. This week, the […]

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This drone helped a SWAT team defuse an armed standoff

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Last year, Impossible Aerospace built a drone that’s literally filled with batteries, so it can fly for up to two hours on a charge. Now, the company says a 90-minute version of its US-1 quadcopter has proven its worth to a SWAT team in Campbell, California. On February 8th, a Denny’s restaurant in Campbell was […]

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Tinder’s Spring Break Mode lets college students swipe ahead of vacation

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Tinder users heading to a warm locale for spring break will be able to start swiping on potential matches ahead of time, in Tinder’s first foray into event-based matchmaking. Tinder’s Spring Break Mode is a new feature for college-student users launching this week, which will let Tinder U users check off where they’re going for […]

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