Thatthey are not, but technical events like Google I / O have an appeal to people beyond the developers among the audience. They give a look at the technology that will soon be in our hands and our homes.
This year’s Google I / O brought us more than software updates, e.g.tweaks to and switched to . Google also went a lot into hardware and talked about, among other things and telephones, earphones and , its first smartwatch. Be sure to check out ours .
These stories are part of the many in-depth features and thought-provoking comments that surfaced on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you do not want to miss.
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Comment: The gadget survived music streaming, rival players and the iPhone.
Facebook said last year that it had mistakenly removed pages from the Australian government and emergency services. Whistleblowers say it was deliberate.
Comment: Google wants to make technology less intrusive. But to do that, its devices must be everywhere.
Body doubling can be a total game changer for people struggling to stay focused.
We need to address the issues that already exist on today’s social platforms, he says.
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The Burnt City proves that Punchdrunk can still create amazing new worlds, but exploring them brings new discomfort.