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Google and Netflix team up to launch a new open source canary analysis tool – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Google and Netflix today announced the launch of Kayenta, a new open source project that aims bring the canary analysis tools Netflix developed internally to a wider audience. Kayenta is integrated into the Netflix-incubated Spinnaker continuous delivery platform, which works across virtually every...

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Crunch Report | Tinder is using AI to get you hooked up

[ad_1] Tinder tests a new feature that uses AI to suggest who to “super like,” BlackBerry will pay Nokia $137 million over a contract dispute and Alibaba is looking to acquire technology and talent from Visualead in Tel Aviv. All this on Crunch Report. Read...

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Lyft now has permission to test self-driving cars on California’s roads

[ad_1] Lyft might be prepping its own self-driving tests for California's streets.Image: Getty Images for LyftBy Brett Williams2017-11-22 22:24:12 UTC Lyft just took a small but essential step forward in the development of its own self-driving car project.  The California DMV granted the rapidly growing ride-hailing...

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Samsung will bring its mysterious self-driving car program to U.S.

[ad_1] Samsung will presumably not test its self-driving tech on Porsches.Image: Philip Oldham/REX/ShutterstockBy Brett Williams2017-08-31 23:38:19 UTC Samsung's self-driving car project is now eligible to hit the road in the US.  The California DMV just gave the South Korean tech company permission to test autonomous vehicles...

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Apple is another step closer to creating superfast 5G networks

[ad_1] 5G networks are expected to make iPhones even faster.Image: lili sams/mashableBy Brett Williams2017-07-27 21:17:21 UTC The FCC has officially granted Apple approval to begin testing experimental 5G technology, according to  DSLR Reports.  The iPhone maker now has permission to begin using something called "short-range millimeter...

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