Today’s major tech stories include two major robocall court cases starting, Google’s plan to translate and transcribe different languages in real time and Congress’ message to Google to stop incentivizing misleading information about climate change.
Apple has suppliers in the Wuhan area of China and has taken precautions like closing one store in China and reducing hours at other retail locations.
Apple has been moving beyond being just the “iPhone company,” and it’s paying off.
The search giant previews the mobile phone feature at an artificial intelligence event in San Francisco.
Facebook and Instagram users could ask the board to review their cases.
Expanded Android phone support is on deck for early this year.
The agency’s investigation reportedly focuses on Facebook.
Starting with Chicago, Pivotal Ventures will work with three cities outside of Silicon Valley that it hopes will become inclusive tech hubs.
Today’s major tech stories include a report saying Avast has been selling its…
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