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Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Technology news, reviews and columns for July 25
Musk vs. Zuck showdown over artificial intelligence
Facebook CEO says AI naysayers can be "irresponsible." Musk says Zuckerberg's knowledge of AI "limited."
Bill Gates, Y Combinator channel millions to trucking app
Convoy, which plays in the same space as new venture Uber Freight, connects truckers with shipments via tech.
Google parent Alphabet takes profit hit from EU fine
Net income fell to $3.52 billion from $4.88 billion in the year ago quarter.
CRISPR gene editing tool: Are we ready to play God?
Column: This genomics breakthrough can put science on a fast-track to erasing mutations that cause diseases. It can also be harnessed for harm.
We love Facebook because it lets us hate our friends
A new study from the Open University basically says the reason you can't quit Facebook is because it lets you hate all of your friends. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
This big, affordable Roku TV is one of this year's best
TCL's P Series TV has Roku built-in, 4K HDR, and costs under $700 for the 55-inch version.
Putin told Trump Russian hackers are too skilled to get caught
Russian President Vladimir Putin told President Trump that Russian hackers are so skilled at spying that if they did hack US Democratic groups, they wouldn't have gotten caught. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.
Turn your food pictures into recipes with artificial intelligence
A new app designed by MIT researchers will be able to turn your food pictures into recipes. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
A Foolish Take: Worldwide tablet sales continue falling
The tablet market has declined for more than two years.
With my cell-phone number, a private eye found 150 pages on me
From family members to bankruptcies to property taxes, a phone number can unlock more information than we probably want.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
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Woman pleads guilty to killing fiancé during kayaking trip
Give the Russia nonsense a rest
Justin Bieber cancels remaining tour dates
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