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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, September 20, 2017
 
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Pixel 2, Home Mini and Pixelbook: new Google hardware leaks
Wired • Matt Burgess
Girl with 3D-printed robotic hand to throw first pitch at World Series game
Smart Planet
Airbus installs first 3D-printed titanium part on series-production commercial aircraft; part manufactured by Arconic
Green Car Congress • Mmillikin
Further reading
Financial Times • Izabella Kaminska
What Working With Waymo Means For Intel And Its Self-Driving Technology
Seeking Alpha • Roman Luzgin
​Kakao to provide open tool for AI platform
Smart Planet
How mobile apps became the heroes of your business story
The Economic Times of India • Rohith Bhat
Dragons, Euclidean Puzzles and Dinosaurs: Watch iPhone's Augmented Reality in Action
Rolling Stone • Brian Crecente
Intel And Google Can Rule The Autonomous Car Industry
Seeking Alpha • Motek Moyen
​Australia opens consultation to build 'forward-looking' digital economy
Smart Planet
 
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Android (operating system), Mobile Phones
Pixel 2, Home Mini and Pixelbook: new Google hardware leaks
WiredMatt Burgess
Not to be outdone by the colossal leaks which hit Apple ahead of its iPhone X launch, Google has suffered from its own series of early revelations. The Silicon Valley firm is set to reveal its latest products – including a new...
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3d Printing, Medical Devices
Girl with 3D-printed robotic hand to throw first pitch at World Series game
Smart Planet
Mom couldn't find a company to create a robotic hand for her daughter, so she came up with a novel solution
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3d Printing, Manufacturing
Airbus installs first 3D-printed titanium part on series-production commercial aircraft; part manufactured by Arconic
Green Car CongressMmillikin
« Electrovaya secures C$4.3M purchase orders from Walmart Canada for forklift battery systems | Main | DOE launches new high performance computing initiative to develop materials for severe environments: HPC4Mtls » Airbus and Arconic, a global technology, engineering and advanced manufacturing company,...
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Education, Emerging Technologies
Further reading
Financial TimesIzabella Kaminska
Fake cryptocurrencies; Qatari pressures; Why self-driving cars won't be a mass phenomenon until the India issue has been resolved; Plus
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Auto Industry, Emerging Technologies
What Working With Waymo Means For Intel And Its Self-Driving Technology
Seeking AlphaRoman Luzgin
Summary Intel revealed its partnership with Alphabet's self-driving car company Waymo. It turns out Intel has been collaborating with Waymo for the past eight years. Intel will gain from this collaboration significantly, as it provides the chipmaker with necessary experience and data....
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Artificial Intelligence, Technology Industry
​Kakao to provide open tool for AI platform
Smart Planet
The South Korean chat giant will launch a beta version of its open development tool in October for its artificial intelligence (AI) platform Kakao I.
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Technology Industry, Virtual Reality
How mobile apps became the heroes of your business story
The Economic Times of IndiaRohith Bhat
A decade ago when we launched mobile-app development as a service, Apple's App Store had just about 550 applications. The novelty factor was what drove app development then. Soon enterprises saw the benefit of getting on to the plat form with news,...
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Apple Inc, Hardware & Peripherals
Dragons, Euclidean Puzzles and Dinosaurs: Watch iPhone's Augmented Reality in Action
Rolling StoneBrian Crecente
Apple's latest update for the iPhone hit today, iOS 11, bringing with it not just a bunch of tweaks and new features to the operating system, but also more powerful augmented reality apps. Augmented reality, unlike virtual reality, doesn't try to completely...
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Auto Industry, Cloud Computing Services
Intel And Google Can Rule The Autonomous Car Industry
Seeking AlphaMotek Moyen
Summary Google and Intel are collaborating on self-driving cars. This a big confidence-builder for Intel stock. The thing left unsaid is that Intel expects Waymo cars to use its self-driving car processors, not Nvidia's GPUs or Google’s own CPUs. Intel paid so...
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Economic Policy, Emerging Technologies
​Australia opens consultation to build 'forward-looking' digital economy
Smart Planet
The federal government has released a consultation paper it hopes will shape the country's upcoming digital economy strategy.
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