in weekly


  • Amazon Plans to Send Alexa to the Office
  • Netflix’s ‘Skip Intro’ Button Makes TV Ever More Like an App
  • Microsoft is bringing clever tabs to every Windows 10 app
  • Hulu’s new UI and live TV service are now on Samsung’s 2017 smart TVs
  • Amazon will let Alexa developers use voice recognition to personalize apps
  • Google’s AI knows when a stranger is looking at your phone
  • AWS launches GuardDuty, its new intelligent threat detection service
  • Airbnb launches payment splitting for group trips
  • Google is officially 100% sun and wind powered – 3.0 gigawatts worth
  • Verizon says it will have 5G service in five cities by the end of next year
  • aws re:invent product announcements
  • Google is making a computer vision kit for Raspberry P
  • Google May Reunite With Nest as It Takes on Amazon
  • Ginkgo Bioworks, ‘the organism company,’ is now worth over $1 billion
  • SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy launch will now take place in 2018
  • AT&T’s LTE-M Button is basically a programmable 4G Amazon Dash Button for businesses
  • Volvo’s car subscription service sounds like good way to get the new XC40
  • Amazon’s AWS Cloud9 IDE lets you write, test, and debug code in your browser
  • Google Assistant can now locate a handyman near you

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