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HTC’s blockchain phone will come with Cryptokitties – Mashable

Mashable HTC's blockchain phone will come with Cryptokitties Mashable HTC also said it has partnered with the popular crypto-collectible game Cryptokitties, which will come pre-loaded on its mobile devices, starting with the U12+. It appears that HTC is looking to make all its devices blockchain-friendly, not just the ... HTC's June sales slump 68 percent, biggest drop in over two years Reuters HTC's blockchain-powered Exodus smartphone is a risky bet that needs to pay off The Verge CryptoKitties | HTC United States - HTC.com HTC.com all 81 news articles »

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The ISS has its first AI robot crewmate – Mashable

Mashable The ISS has its first AI robot crewmate Mashable The Crew Interactive Mobile Companion, or CIMON, is the first big step to incorporating AI technology to their everyday life. CIMON will help with simple, everyday tasks...and hopefully not go rogue. Next UpShows ...

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Google Pay is catching up with its competitors Venmo and Apple Pay – Mashable

Mashable Google Pay is catching up with its competitors Venmo and Apple Pay Mashable ... ticket sources like Eventbrite and other common air carriers, such as Singapore Airlines. Google does have one advantage, though: Google Pay is cross-platform. The new features are available in Google's Android and iOS apps, and user information ... Google may have to make major changes to Android in response to a forthcoming fine in Europe Washington Post all 95 news articles »

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Facebook is testing augmented reality ads in the News Feed – Mashable

Mashable Facebook is testing augmented reality ads in the News Feed Mashable “People now expect a personalized and visually inspiring experience wherever they shop — whether on their phone or in-store, which is why video will play an increasingly important role in the mobile shopping experience. In fact, we're already seeing ... and more »

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YouTube for Android rolls out ‘Incognito Mode,’ so feel free to watch all the embarrassing content you’d like – Mashable

Mashable YouTube for Android rolls out 'Incognito Mode,' so feel free to watch all the embarrassing content you'd like Mashable You can now watch your favorite problematic YouTube stars in peace — at least, if you're an Android user. The popular video streaming app has officially launched "Incognito Mode" on the Android version of the app. YouTube started testing the feature ... and more »

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