Google Self-Driving Car Unit Accuses Uber of Using Stolen Technology – New York Times

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Google Messenger App Rebranded As “Android Messages” – Android Headlines

The Google Messenger messaging app has now been renamed to “Android Messages.” The change was introduced through a client-side update that started rolling out on Thursday and should already be available for download from the Google Play Store in all parts of the world. The company’s decision to change the name of its messaging app […]

Ambitious Engineer At Center of Colossal Fight Between Google and Uber – Bloomberg

In 2013, Anthony Levandowski was the star of Google’s self-driving car project. The tall, swaggering engineer was featured in a long New Yorker story about the search engine willing the impossible technology into reality. Less than four years later, he is Google’s enemy number one.  On Thursday, Waymo, the Alphabet Inc. company formed from Google’s […]

Meet The Former Google Engineer Who Allegedly Stole Secrets For Uber – Forbes

Anthony Levandowski, Otto cofounder and VP of Uber’s advanced technologies group, speaks during the launch of the pilot model of the Uber self-driving car on Sept. 13, 2016 in Pittsburgh. (Photo: Angelo Merendino/AFP/Getty Images) By Ryan Mac, Brian Solomon and Alan Ohnsman In Oct. 2016, when Anthony Levandowski showed FORBES a demo of Uber Technologies’ […]

The Nintendo Switch battery pack situation is more complicated than first thought – The Verge

Update February 23rd, 3:30PM: These recommendations were based on assumptions made from reading Nintendo’s charging specifications that early tests from Ars Technica seem to refute. We’re looking into the issue and will update accordingly. The Nintendo Switch is almost out, and chances are you’ll want an extra battery pack to juice up your console on […]

The Amazon Echo Now Has 10000 Mostly Useless ‘Skills’ – Gizmodo

Amazon proudly announced today it’s adding its 10,000th skill to the Echo, the company’s artificially intelligent speaker. About a year ago, I wrote a love letter to my Echo praising it as the ultimate gadget for a lazy stoner. The prospect of greatness seemed so obvious. The speaker was quickly getting smarter, and soon I’d […]

FCC weakens net neutrality rule in a prelude to larger rollbacks – TechCrunch

An FCC order today reduced the reach of a net neutrality rule requiring broadband providers to share certain data on their services. Originally, providers with less than 100,000 subscribers were exempt; the order raises that number to 250,000 — potentially allowing more companies to escape complying with certain consumer protections. This isn’t the gutting of […]

Mass Effect: Andromeda is Bioware’s Biggest Game Yet – GameSpot

Mass Effect: Andromeda is Bioware’s Biggest Game Yet – GameSpot

Microsoft invests in real-time maps for drones, and someday, flying cars – The Verge

Drones are an increasingly common sight in the skies, but unlike aircraft with a human at the controls, there is no formal way for these flying robots to communicate their position to one another, or to receive updates on who might be headed their way. AirMap, a California startup, offers a real-time mapping service that […]

Early Impressions Of My Very Own Nintendo Switch – Kotaku

I carry the thing around in a big wool sock and finally had the nerve to play it on the beleaguered C train this morning, fearful someone would try to snatch it. Advertisement This is Nintendo’s new console, the Switch, and I’ve had it since Tuesday evening. Not much time, really, so what can I […]

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