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With DeepMind, Google Prepares For A Future Where We See Ourselves In Every Computing Interaction

Google seems to have paid at least $500 million to acquire DeepMind, an artificial intelligence startup that has a number of high-profile investors, and that has demoed tech which shows computers playing video games in ways very similar to human players. Facebook reportedly also tried to buy the …

Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Leaked

Earlier this month, the unofficial Android 4.4.2 KitKat update was leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S4 with model number GT-I9505, and is expected to …

Android News

Google snaps up British start-up for £400m

DeepMind Technologies reportedly fetched more than £400m, making it Google’s largest ever European acquisition<p>A British technology start-up has been bought by Google, as the American web giant looks to improve its capabilities in artificial intelligence.<p>DeepMind Technologies reportedly fetched more …

LG G Flex Will Land on T-Mobile on February 5th

AT&T and Sprint have started taking pre-orders of the flexible LG G Flex for $299.99, provided you sign up for a two-year contract with the …

T-Mobile

Samsung ‘Galaxy Glass’ said to launch in September - Pocket-lint

Samsung plans to launch "Galaxy Glass" smart glasses at the IFA trade show in September, according to Korea Times.<p>The functionality of Galaxy Glass …

Google Glass

Police department documents crime scenes with 3D scanner

The Roswell, New Mexico, police department just dropped $86,000 on 3D scanners that can capture 3D images of a crime scene, which can be used as …

Google Is Making A Land Grab For The Internet Of Things

Before this past December, when Google acquired seven robotics companies back-to-back, the company’s ambitions in the “Internet of Things” space looked as detailed as a freshly started jigsaw puzzle.<p>But with its last three acquisitions — Boston Dynamics, Nest and DeepMind — it seems like Google is …