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Lynn La / CNET:
Interview with OnePlus cofounder Carl Pei on the new OnePlus 6, learning to love the notch, and controversies like its recent credit card breach   —  With sunlight pouring in from a giant sliding door in a suite at Palo Alto, Calif.'s luxury Nobu hotel, Carl Pei sits on a firm grey couch.
May 16, 2018, 1:45 PMIn context
Alfred Ng / CNET:
A look at some celebrity imposter accounts on Venmo, which doesn't have a verification system and says it has no plans to introduce one   —  I spent a few months as John Legend on Venmo.  It got weird.  —  Every now and then, I get random requests for money on Venmo.
May 15, 2018, 1:10 PMIn context
Roger Cheng / CNET:
Trump tweets that Commerce Department has been instructed to help China's ZTE, which had to stop operations after US companies were banned from selling to it   —  In a tweet, Trump urges the Commerce Department to give ZTE “a way to get back into business, fast.”
May 13, 2018, 12:52 PMIn context
Steven Musil / CNET:
Symantec shares plummet after company warns its annual report could be delayed by an internal investigation into unspecified concerns by board   —  Symantec shares plummeted roughly 20 percent on Thursday after the antivirus maker warned an internal investigation could delay its annual report.
May 11, 2018, 12:00 PMIn context
Richard Nieva / CNET:
May 10, 2018, 6:50 PMIn context
Ry Crist / CNET:
Compatible smart locks can now offer voice unlocking through Amazon's native Alexa smart lock software, available now on Schlage Sense and Connect smart locks   —  Amazon's Alexa already lets users lock compatible smart locks with a voice command.  Voice unlocking, however, is a trickier sell …
May 9, 2018, 7:15 PMIn context
Steven Musil / CNET:
Google developing Lookout Android app to aid the blind and the visually impaired by offering users auditory clues to the objects, text, and people around them   —  The Android app will offer users spoken clues to the objects, text and people around them.  —  Google is developing an app …
May 8, 2018, 11:05 PMIn context
Andrew Gebhart / CNET:
Google says blinds, kettles, ovens, refrigerators, air purifiers, fans, air conditioners, coffee makers, and sprinklers now work natively with Google Assistant   —  After all the bombast over Duplex had died down, Google quietly rolled out a more immediately relevant smart home upgrade at Google's I/O Developer Conference.
May 8, 2018, 5:42 PMIn context
CNET:
A look at Google's experimental Duplex tech, demoed at I/O, enabling Assistant to place voice calls for you, make restaurant and barber reservations, more   —  Experimental technology, rolling out soon in a limited release, makes you think you're talking to a real person.  —  The conversation seems mundane.
May 8, 2018, 3:00 PMIn context
Jessica Dolcourt / CNET:
Google Assistant gets new abilities including ordering food for pickup and delivery, and further streamlines the feature with partners like Starbucks and Panera   —  Feeling hungry?  Pretty soon, you'll be able to order dinner using Google Assistant on your Android phone.
May 8, 2018, 2:00 PMIn context

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