A look back in IPO: Google, the profit machine

 We’re taking a look at the IPOs of tech’s biggest players. Next up is Google, which went public in 2004. At the time, the firm frankly told investors that it was “not a conventional company,” and it did “not intend to become one.” For Google, the unconventional attitude worked. But …

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Facebook buys Ozlo to boost its conversational AI efforts

 Facebook has gone ahead and purchased Charles Jolley’s conversational AI startup Ozlo. Jolley, formerly Head of Platform for Android at Facebook, will not be returning to the company. The Ozlo team is expected to join Facebook to work on natural language processing challenges. Read More Source: New feed

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Hackers rickrolled a voting machine at DefCon 2017

Hackers at DefCon 2017 this weekend managed to get a WinVote machine to play Rick Astley — and in the process demonstrated fundamental flaws with digital voting. More than 30 voting machines made up the Voting Village at DefCon. It took the attendees mere minutes to crack open the devices …

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Logitech PowerPlay review

Wireless mice are great, but gamers are always worried the battery will run dry at the wrong time. Could a charging mat fix the problem? Find out in our Logitech PowerPlay review. The post Logitech PowerPlay review appeared first on Digital Trends. Source: New feed

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Several departures at venture firm Kleiner Perkins

 Noted venture firm Kleiner Perkins is getting a little leaner. General partner Mike Abbott announced Monday that he’s leaving the team for an undetermined startup role. Separately, its early stage “Edge” team is folding. The instances are unrelated, I am told. Abbott, who joined KPCB in 2011 from Twitter, wrote …

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