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Google Maps, Find My Friends and Life360: Which Tracking App Works Best? | WSJ

(energetic percussion music) – According to this, he should be right here. – [Joanna] So what’s happening here? Well, that’s me. And that’s my friend Aldo. No, really, his real name is Aldo. I checked his Costco card and everything. I don’t know who you’re thinking of but this Aldo is an actor who sometimes […]

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Young inventors in S. Korea make websites to track coronavirus cases

more people have been wanting to know where the confirmed patients here in Korea went to avoid going there and some college students put up a website to inform people of those locations our Kim bo-gyung tells us more two people in South Korea keeping track of where confirmed patients have been is important not […]

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Android 11 developer preview first look

– Android 11 is here. It’s the next version of Android. and Google’s releasing a super early preview of it for developers this year. Now, the changes here are really developer facing, there’s not a lot of stuff you’re gonna see if you’re a user. But Google’s making some big promises. We’ve got support for […]

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April Fool’s on the Internet Sucks | Hardly Working

(mechanical winding) (pop music) – Oh did you guys see this? Netflix is making a Calvin and Hobbes animated series. – Ooo. – No way. This is like, wait a minute. What day is it? – April 1st. (flute music) – Ah-hah. (laughter) (eerie chime music) April fools. (medieval instrumental music) – Ha-ho, ha-ha. (humming) […]

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Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of ‘Friendster’ Civilization

Last month, internet archeologist, Dr. Maxwell Frey, stumbled upon the perfectly preserved ruins of an online community called Friendster. Dr. Frey good morning to you. – Good morning. Dr. Frey, tell us about this amazing discovery of yours. Well, it was called Friendster, and at its peak it was a vibrant social network with more […]

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Google Pixel 5: Release Date And Expected Features

Hello Heroes! When the Google Pixel 4 phones launched in late 2019, we unsurprisingly loved their photo capabilities, but found they fell short in other areas. Those shortfalls give us ideas for what we’d like to see in the Google Pixel 5, and since there aren’t any concrete leaks or rumors about the upcoming Pixel […]

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The case for a decentralized internet | Tamas Kocsis

Three years ago, I started building a decentralized web because I was worried about the future of our internet. The current internet we are using is about gatekeepers. If you want to reach something on the web, then you need to go through multiple middlemen. First, a domain name server, then a server hosting company, […]

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BEST WEBSITES TO WATCH ANIME [2020]

hey guys today I’ll be sharing the best websites to watch for free I left all the sites in the bottom if you know a good website I haven’t mentioned feel free to share it in the comments so more people could find out about it alright so head over to your browser the first […]

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Welcome to Project Soli

Poupyrev: My name is Ivan Poupyrev, and I work for Advanced Technology and Projects group at Google. The hand is the ultimate input device. It’s extremely precise, it’s extremely fast, and it’s very natural for us to use it. Capturing the possibilities of the human hand was one of my passions. How could we take […]

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Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL review: the best Android experience

(light music) – It’s Pixel 4 time. You know the drill. Two sizes, three colors, two storage options, a million leaks, Google software, a really good camera, the whole Pixel deal. It’s high expectations, in other words. The Pixel 4 is the flagship. It’s what Google says Android should be. It also wants it to […]

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