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Google’s New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty
The New York Times • Brian X. Chen
Why Amazon invested in this cancer-testing startup founded by a Google exec
CNBC • Christina Farr
Startup’s Trapped Ions Could Lead to Better Quantum Performance
The Wall Street Journal • Sara Castellanos
Waze arrives on Android Auto
The Verge • Dieter Bohn
Facebook expected to report higher second-quarter profit on video, display ads
CNBC • John Shinal
‘Morning Joe': NY Times Reporter Says Trump Is ‘Cyberbullying’ Jeff Sessions (Video)
The Wrap • Brian Flood
4 Reasons Amazon Is Set To Win The Advertising War
MediaPost • Daniel Dryburgh
RBB Bancorp prices IPO at $23 a share
MarketWatch • Ciaralinnane
Candy Crush Saga teams up with The Emoji Movie
Venture Beat • Dean Takahashi
EasilyDo Mail gets Gmail-like smart replies and a new name
The Verge • Chaim Gartenberg
 
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Google’s New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty
The New York TimesBrian X. Chen
The only consensus among parents about the right age for a child to have unfettered access to a smartphone is that there is no magic number. But if you sign up for Family Link, which is Google’s new parental controls software for...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Why Amazon invested in this cancer-testing startup founded by a Google exec
CNBCChristina Farr
A health start-up called Grail is developing one of the most ambitious technologies in Silicon Valley. And Amazon wants a piece of it. According to two sources familiar, Amazon invested in Grail as a very special kind of future customer for its...
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Google Inc, Quantum Computing
Startup’s Trapped Ions Could Lead to Better Quantum Performance
The Wall Street JournalSara Castellanos
Maryland startup IonQ Inc. is taking a new approach to quantum computing by commercializing years-long university lab research on trapped ions, a method the company says could lead to better performance as the technology inches into the commercial sector. The company’s work...
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Waze arrives on Android Auto
The VergeDieter Bohn
For some time now, you’ve been able to click the main “Maps” button on Android Auto and get a screen that lets you select an alternate navigation app. Before today, the only real option there was Google Maps. Now, Waze has launched...
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Accounting, Facebook Inc
Facebook expected to report higher second-quarter profit on video, display ads
CNBCJohn Shinal
Wall Street sees Facebook posting a higher quarterly profit when it releases financial results after the close of markets Wednesday, driven by surging sales of video and display ads. The company is expected to report second-quarter profit of $1.13 per share, based...
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Facebook Inc, Google Inc
‘Morning Joe': NY Times Reporter Says Trump Is ‘Cyberbullying’ Jeff Sessions (Video)
The WrapBrian Flood
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” welcomed New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters to the show on Wednesday and he accused President Trump of “cyberbullying” Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump has taken to Twitter to mock Sessions in recent days while continuing to say he’s...
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Advertising Industry, Amazon.com Inc
4 Reasons Amazon Is Set To Win The Advertising War
MediaPostDaniel Dryburgh
Amazon is the sleeping giant in the ad business, breaking $1 billion in revenues. As I assess the ad tech landscape, it seems like Amazon is the only player with the power to turn the Facebook-Google duopoly into a triopoly. So far,...
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Finance, Google Inc
RBB Bancorp prices IPO at $23 a share
MarketWatchCiaralinnane
RBB Bancorp said Wednesday it has priced its initial public offering at $23 a share. The Los Angeles-based bank sold 3.75 million shares to raise $86.3 million. The stock is expected to start trading later Wednesday on the Nasdaq, under the ticker...
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Candy Crush Saga teams up with The Emoji Movie
Venture BeatDean Takahashi
King has cut a deal with Sony to cross-promote Candy Crush Saga and The Emoji Movie. Sony’s The Emoji Movie debuts on July 28 in the U.S., and it features cute characters who are like the smiley faces and other animated creatures...
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Brand Management, Google Inc
EasilyDo Mail gets Gmail-like smart replies and a new name
The VergeChaim Gartenberg
Email by EasilyDo has been my favorite email application for iOS and Android for a while now, thanks to its lightning-fast speed, clean design, and useful features. Now it’s getting a few more nice additions. First among those is a Smart Reply...
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