Facebook says no to adblockers while Proctor & Gamble says no to Facebook, Intel spends $400 million to buy artificial intelligence company Nervana Systems, and Google Fiber puts the breaks on its rollout in San Jose while exploring alternate technologies.
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- Facebook Blocks Ad Blockers, but It Strives to Make Ads More Relevant - The New York Times
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- IFTTT says it can run with Apple, Google and Amazon in the smart home race
- Intel is paying at least $350 million to buy deep-learning startup Nervana Systems
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- In Kansas City you trade your data for Wi-Fi
- States win the right to limit municipal broadband, beating FCC in court
- Google Fiber gets put on hold in San Jose - CNET
- Google Chrome Blog: Flash and Chrome
- Google Chrome is officially killing Flash starting next month
- Official Gmail Blog: Inbox by Gmail: Evolving the inbox to save you time
- Google is expanding its tests on the way to blanketing the US in super-fast wireless internet
- Google's self-driving car unit is losing three key execs - Recode
- Consumer reports: you shouldn't call it Autopilot
- Google Maps for Android gets Wi-Fi-only mode and SD card download option | TechCrunch
- The White House is now accepting letters over Facebook Messenger
- Google used virtual poker dogs to find a way to stop VR trolls
- 'Quadrooter' flaws affect over 900 million Android phones | ZDNet
- No, 900 million Android devices are not at risk from the 'Quadrooter' monster
- Google confirms 'Verify Apps' can block apps using QuadRooter vulnerabilities | Android Central
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