Google’s New Ad Recreates Iconic Home Alone Scenes With Macaulay Culkin and Google Assistant

Google has released a new American holiday-season ad for its series of products — the Pixel 3 XL₹ 76,530, the Home Hub, the Home Mini, and the Nest doorbell and thermostat

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This Free Online Tool Can Remove the Background From Your Photos Using AI in Seconds

Removing background from photos is very common, but it’s also a slow, manual, and painful process. It turns out someone has managed to solve it. A new free online tool

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Yelp, Consumer Watchdog Lose Google Intervention Bid

Search company Yelp and lobby group Consumer Watchdog lost their joint bid to intervene in Google’s challenge of an EUR 2.4 billion ($2.7 billion or roughly Rs. 18,900 crores) EU antitrust

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CAPTCHAs Could Soon Be Made Obsolete, Thanks to New AI-Based Attack

The days of CAPTCHA systems seem to be numbered. A group of researchers from UK and China have found a way to harness the power of machine learning to crack

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Britain’s Competition Watchdog Refers Paypal-iZettle Deal for In-Depth Review

Britain’s competition watchdog said on Wednesday that Paypal Holdings’s $2.2 billion takeover of Swedish financial technology startup iZettle would be referred for an in-depth review. The Competition and Markets Authority

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Amazon Black Friday Sale 2018: Workers in Spain Go on Strike

Workers at Amazon’s biggest logistics centre in Spain went on strike on the day of the online retailer’s “Black Friday” sales bonanza, a union and the company said. Employees at Amazon’s San

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Google to Invest $690 Million in Data Centre, Green Energy in Denmark

Alphabet’s Google will invest DKK 4.5 billion ($690 million or about Rs. 4,900 crores) in building a new data centre in Fredericia, Denmark, its Danish business said on Tuesday. Google has also

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Japan Antitrust Authorities to Investigate Tech Giants Like Google

Japan’s anti-trust authorities will probe whether tech giants such as Google and Amazon are using their market-leader positions to exploit contractors or obstruct competition, the country’s fair trade chief said Thursday. In an interview

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Microsoft, Amazon Pledge to Work With Pentagon Following Anonymous Online Rebukes

Microsoft executives launched a spirited defence of their work with the US military on Friday in a blog post authored by company president Brad Smith, who pledged to work with Pentagon as

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Amazon Posts Record Profit, but Disappoints on Revenue and Outlook

Amazon reported another record quarterly profit Thursday, fueled by the growth of online shopping and its cloud-computing service. But its revenue grew less than Wall Street analysts expected, and Amazon’s shares

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