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    1. Google could drop a Home Mini smart speaker to rival Amazon’s Echo Dot

      Google could drop a Home Mini smart speaker to rival Amazon’s Echo Dot

      Google could drop a Home Mini smart speaker to rival Amazon’s Echo Dot Wednesday September 20, 2017 Print Article Droid Life claims to have obtained images of the new Google Home Mini. — Droid Life pic NEW YORK, Sept 20 — Google could be poised to reveal a low-cost "mini" version of its Home smart speaker at its fall event, Wednesday, October 4, 2017, reports Droid Life.

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      Mentions: India Canada New York
    2. McKinsey report: Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear

      McKinsey report: Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear

      Print Article Humanoid robots work side by side with employees in the assembly line at a factory of Glory Ltd., a manufacturer of automatic change dispensers, in Kazo, north of Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015. — Reuters pic NEW YORK, Jan 14 — The robots are coming, but the march of automation will displace jobs more gradually than some alarming forecasts suggest.

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      Mentions: Japan Berkeley Tokyo
    3. Companion robots vie to be the latest addition to homes

      Companion robots vie to be the latest addition to homes

      Companion robots vie to be the latest addition to homes The UBTECH Lynx combines unprecedented intelligence and robotics into one consumer-friendly platform. — Pictures courtesy of UBTECH LAS VEGAS, Jan 7 — From established firms to tech start-ups, one of the biggest emerging trends at this year’s CES has been the number of home robots on show, all of whom are vying to be, in the words of the late Douglas Adams “Your plastic pal who’s fun to be with.” Of the androids on display, the prize for the most humanoid goes to the Lynx. Developed by industry leaders UBTECH ...

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    4. Don’t expect instant gratification from tech — Leonid Bershidsky

      Don’t expect instant gratification from tech — Leonid Bershidsky

      Don’t expect instant gratification from tech — Leonid Bershidsky Friday August 12, 2016 Print Article Global views from columnists from international financial wire service Bloomberg. AUGUST 12 — Another Tesla has crashed because the driver thought its self-driving technology could actually drive the car.

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    5. Facebook to automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook to automatically translate posts into different languages

      Facebook to automatically translate posts into different languages Goal to remove language barriers across Facebook. — AFP file pic LOS ANGELES, July 2 — Facebook yesterday began testing a translation tool that will automatically let posts be displayed in languages users prefer. The leading social network first made the “multilingual composer” tool available earlier this year for use on pages representing companies, brands, groups and celebrities through its Pages service.

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