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Google's $249 AI-powered Clips camera is finally on sale

At its Pixel 2 launch event last year, Google also revealed its tiny Clips camera, that uses AI to figure out when it should take a picture or video. Now the $249 device has quietly become available for purchase on its website, however as <i>Android Police</i> notes, it could take a while to arrive. …

New Nokia 10 Leak Reveals Risky And Ambitious Hardware

Not content with setting up a head-to-head with Samsung at next month’s Mobile World Congress, the team behind the return of the Nokia name to the smartphone world is reportedly preparing a stunning camera phone to dominate the second half of 2018.<p>The presumptively named Nokia 10 will build on the …

Hackers Hijack Google DoubleClick Ads

Hackers have infused malware in Google's DoubleClick advertising service to serve ads to consumers that contain cryptocurrency mining software.<p>The …

Trend Micro

Hackers Stole $400 Million From One Of Japan’s Largest Cryptocurrency Exchanges

When a cryptocurrency neophyte gets into the market, the first piece of advice usually given is: be prepared to lose everything. Cryptocurrency is deregulated, and uninsured. Yes, people have become rich overnight thanks to holding onto their digital coins, but with their stashes comes great risk. …

Amazon's next victim: Google?

Over the past few years, the FANG stocks have looked indestructible, outpacing even the broader market's already robust returns, with each racing toward the $1 trillion mark. The biggest FANG stock of all is Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL), with a market capitalization of $770 billion. With …

The world's biggest smartphone market is shrinking

After years of spectacular growth, smartphone sales in China are on the wane.<p>The Chinese market, the biggest in the world, suffered its first ever annual decline last year, according to research firm Canalys. Shipments fell 4% from 2016 to 459 million phones.<p>That's ominous news for major …

IPhone 8

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, billionaire investor, is released from custody in Saudi Arabia

ISTANBUL — Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the billionaire investor who was detained in Saudi Arabia more than two months ago as part of what officials called an "anti-corruption" probe, was released from custody on Saturday, according to a relative and an associate of his family.<p>The news of Alwaleed's …

Chrome now uses scroll anchoring to prevent those annoying page jumps

The latest update to Google’s Chrome browser makes mobile browsing a bit easier and (hopefully) less frustrating.<p>One of the most annoying things about browsing the web on a phone is that pages tend to jump while they are loading. The reasons for those jumps are pretty straightforward: developers …

Software

Google’s AutoDraw uses machine learning to help you draw like a pro

Drawing isn’t for everyone. I, for one, am definitely not very good at it. But with AutoDraw, Google is launching a new experiment today that uses machine learning algorithms to match your doodles with professional drawings to make you look like you know what you’re doing.<p>You can use AutoDraw on …

How to Protect Your Internet Browsing Data (Since It's for Sale Now)

How to maintain your privacy when internet service providers can sell your browsing history without permission.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Late last month, Congress voted to repeal internet privacy protections approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the …

Privacy

3 ways AI will change project management for the better

If you’ve read any tech media recently, then you’re probably hearing a lot about artificial intelligence (AI). Some people herald it as the promise of the future, while others are skeptical — even fearful — of its impacts on society, culture, and our workplaces.<p>As it turns out, the buzz around AI …

Project Management

So now hackers can use your phone's sensors to steal your PIN number

Yeah, so this isn't good.<p>What if the very act of tapping your smartphone's passcode was all it took to expose that code to hackers?<p>Are you sitting …

Qualcomm fights back with counterclaim against Apple

After being sued by Apple for allegedly charging royalties on technology it did not own, Qualcomm is fighting back with a lawsuit of its own, claiming Apple is misleading and has breached its contract with the company.<p>Qualcomm has long been responsible for the wireless chips used in iPhones, iPads …

Instagram Direct update is Facebook's latest attack on Snapchat

Stop me if you've heard this one: Instagram is making itself a better app by taking some cues from Snapchat.<p>The former photo-sharing app is launching …

Windows 10 Creators Update: Now Cortana can turn your Raspberry Pi into a virtual assistant

Build your own home assistant with a $35 Raspberry Pi running Windows 10 IoT Core, linked to a speaker and mic.<p>With the latest Windows 10 IoT Core …

Ikea Is Building Apartments for Its Employees in Iceland

The company is building a residential block with 36 apartments to rent out<p>Ikea in Iceland is building a residential block with 36 apartments to rent …

An Honest Review Of Google Home And Amazon's Alexa

After testing, playing with and angrily berating Google Home and Alexa, I think I’ve got a fairly good grip on how they both fare as personal assistants.<p>What I can say, unequivocally, is that they’re a YUGE improvement on what we’ve had to date, which is probably no surprise. The earliest versions …

Smart Homes

Scientists Think Earth Is Spewing Up The Deepest Traces of Life Ever Found

Life from below the Mariana Trench.<p>Scientists may have discovered evidence of the deepest microbial life ever found on the planet, detecting the …

Why Venture Capitalists Are Excited About This Contact Lens Startup

As with so many startup origin stories, Simple Contacts’ was conceived because one of its founders was annoyed.<p>The problem was simple. It was 2015, …

The 10 Dumbest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make With Their Money

Don't waste your money on services you don't need or unrelated business.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Warren Buffett is famous for saying he follows only two rules in investing:<p>Never lose money.<br>• Never forget rule No. 1.<p>In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner …

Entrepreneurship

The Danger of Being Too Good at Your Job

It’s bad for business when managers don’t help top employees raise their work profile and advance within the company<p>Ever feel like you’re stuck in place at work? You may be so good at your job that your boss isn’t willing to lose you.<p>It’s called talent hoarding, a manager’s natural tendency to hold …

Hoarding

Fitbit's GPS smartwatch reportedly won't launch until the fall

Fitbit is also working on a pair of Bluetooth headphones<p>Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch won’t launch until the fall, according to a new report in <i>Yahoo Finance</i>.<p>The company’s first official smartwatch, as well as an upcoming pair of Bluetooth headphones, have been plagued by production issues, including …

Famous poker-playing AI takes down scientists and engineers

Libratus, the poker-playing AI that crushed four world-class pros in January, has put another group of human players to shame. This time, the upgraded variant of the AI known as "Lengpudashi" or "cold poker master" took on World Series veteran Alan Du and a team of engineers, computer scientists …

To understand the genius of Elon Musk, Thomas Edison, and Mark Zuckerberg, just look at their desks

Desks have long been the home of the mind: an intimate space where you figure out what you think. Desk spaces have changed through the years to accommodate different styles and types of work, and the recent trend toward co-working also represents a change in the nature of the workplace. You can now …

Mark Zuckerberg

Cleanly raises a $5M Series A to bring profitability to the on-demand laundry space

Cleanly, the on-demand laundry and dry cleaning service started in NYC, has raised $5 million in Series A funding. The startup had previously raised $2.3 million in seed funding after participating in Y Combinator in 2015.<p>The round was led by AddVenture, with participation from returning investors …

Want to Start Your Own Coaching Business? These Are the 4 Mistakes Every Entrepreneur Makes

Working from your laptop still takes work.<p>If you don't have a product to sell, you sell information instead.<p>A consultant, for example, sells information. You bring a consultant in, and he or she instructs you and/or your team on how to do what it is you do, better.<p>The Internet has made the …

Why Facebook Is Doubling Down on Its AI

The social media giant revealed one of its most impressive AI advancements to date and why it was necessary.<p>Imagine the computing power necessary to …

Artificial Intelligence

No, Dark Energy Isn't An Illusion

In 1998, two teams of scientists announced a shocking discovery: the expansion of the Universe was accelerating. Distant galaxies weren’t just receding from us, but their recession speed was increasing over time. Over the next few years, precision measurements of three independent quantities — …

Dark Matter

How Colleges Use Big Data to Target the Students They Want

By tracking prospective pupils’ digital footprints, schools can make calculated decisions about their admissions outreach—for a price.<p><i>This is part two in a three-part series on the role of Big Data in the college-search process. You can read part one on colleges’ year-long pursuit of students here.</i> …

College & University

It’s time for us to admit that whether or not we succeed in life is mostly about luck

The natural state of the artist is one of bitterness and incredulous jealousy. How on earth can Scott Adams prosper when <i>Dilbert</i> looks as if it’s drawn by a near-sighted warthog? Why does Thomas Friedman have a platform at the New York Times, when I could write bland, self-aggrandizing piffle just …

Leonardo Da Vinci