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eBay accuses Amazon of poaching independent sellers for its marketplace

The competition between third-party vendors is getting fiercer, and now eBay has accused Amazon of poaching its own independent vendors through its own messaging system, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal . eBay yesterday sent a cease and desist letter to Amazon, according to the report, after the company discovered more than 50 Amazon salespeople sending more …

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Electric cars still face a big hurdle: the charging system

Electric cars hit a new global sales record in 2017 – 1 million cars sold, with more than half of that in China. The number of electric charging stations in the United States is small but growing. As of September 2018, there are 22,000 charging stations in the US and Canada. (Typically, fast-charging stations supply 60 to 80 miles of …

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Sprint launches Voice over LTE, years after all others

Sprint has started the smooth launch of VoLTE, and as of today, customers in 15 US cities with compatible devices can enable this feature. Voice over LTE, which enables higher-quality voice calls over an LTE network, has been available from competing carriers such as Verizon and AT & T for several years, but the feature eventually reaches Sprint. Owners of …

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Microsoft accepts Android as the mobile version of Windows

Microsoft introduced a series of Surface hardware yesterday at a press event in New York. While matt black surfaces, headphones with Cortana and a new Surface Studio were the highlights of the hardware side, Microsoft revealed an interesting change in its Windows operating system. Windows 10 will soon completely embrace Android to mirror these mobile apps on your PC. The …

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Burger King's "AI" ads show that we are still very confused about artificial intelligence

Each new Burger King commercial begins with an anachronistic noise blast from a dial-up modem and a solemn warning: "This ad was created by Artificial Intelligence." Then recordings of glittering burgers and French fries, a robot The sounding narrator uses exactly the clunky grammar and conceptual malapropisms that we expect from a stupid AI. "The chicken crossed the street to …

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The redesigned Google Assistant is easier on the fingers and eyes

Google Assistant receives a redesign that better integrates touch with the language-based user experience. For example, if you ask Google to dim your Smart Lights, a slider will now be created to fine-tune the result. The update also adds some of the material design elements that Google introduced in its other services, making certain visuals larger, more informative, and easier …

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MSI Optix FreeSync curved gaming monitor is $ 40 at Newegg

MSI's Optix 23.6-inch rounded-corner gaming monitor is $ 40 cheaper at savings and a discount at Newegg, bringing it to $ 189.99. This deal is characterized by the lunette-reduced monitor's 1 millisecond response time, and its 144 Hz refresh rate with AMD FreeSync support makes your gameplay much smoother than what you would expect from a standard 60MHz monitor. If …

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