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Pixel 4 first look: Google uses radar to see you comingGoogle’s Pixel 4 event promises a new challenge to Apple and Samsung

First there were phones with screens you could touch, then came ones that listened for your voice and knew your face. Now Google is literally bringing a new dimension to phones: awareness of how you move all around them. It just has to demonstrate why we would want that. At an event in New York …

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Radar trends to watch: October 2019 – O’Reilly

Each month, Mike Loukides creates a list of emergent trends from the business and technology worlds. Some items are personal observations or summaries of interesting conversations. Most items on the list have links to media sources—some original sources, some from other reporting, whichever is more informative. Open source and activism trends A new kind of …

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Radar trends to watch: September 2019 – O’Reilly

Radar trends began as an internal resource for O’Reilly. It’s a monthly list of things that I find interesting or important—possibly not “trends,” strictly understood, but ideas that might become trends. Most items on the list have links to media sources—some original sources, more frequently other reporting, whichever I think is more informative. Some items …

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Apple exec confirms cryptocurrency is on company radar

After announcing support for digital signatures and public and private encryption keys, which could be used to represent cryptocurrencies, an Apple executive on Thursday made it clear the company is watching blockchain-based digital currencies. This past spring, Apple announced CryptoKit for iOS 13, which will allow developers to easily create hashes for digital signatures and public …

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European travel disputes are on Flightright’s legal tech radar

Home Daily News European travel disputes are on Flightright’s… Practice Technology By Ari Kaplan August 23, 2019, 7:00 am CDT Ari Kaplan. Ari Kaplan recently spoke with Philipp Kadelbach, the founder of Flightright, an automated service that helps passengers check and assert their compensation claims in Europe. Ari Kaplan: Tell us about your background and …

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19 Free SEO Tools That Should Be on Every Marketer’s Radar

A majority of buyers in both B2B and B2C segments start their query about a product or service with a Google search. Find out how to optimize your website for greater visibility on search engine results pages (SERPS) using 19 of the best free SEO tools.  Reports suggest that 89% of B2B buyers and 81% of …

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