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Here’s a first look at Google’s Pixel 4, which you can control by waving your hand over the screen

Here’s a first look at Google’s Pixel 4, which you can control by waving your hand over the screen

CNBC takes a first look at the Pixel 4, Chromebook Go, new Nest Products and more.

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Here’s a first look at Google’s new phone, which you can control by waving your hand over the screen

Here’s a first look at Google’s new phone, which you can control by waving your hand over the screen

CNBC takes a first look at the Pixel 4, Chromebook Go, new Nest Products and more.

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Turning the tables: Women in tech job interviews have questions of their own

Turning the tables: Women in tech job interviews have questions of their own

As sexism scandals shake Big Tech, attendees at a women-focused tech conference come armed with questions about gender disparity.

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SAP CEO Bill McDermott stepping down after over nine years leading software giant

SAP CEO Bill McDermott stepping down after over nine years leading software giant

SAP said on Thursday that Bill McDermott is stepping down as CEO. Board members Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein have been appointed co-CEOs.

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Apple deferred to the Chinese government long before the Hong Kong protests

Apple deferred to the Chinese government long before the Hong Kong protests

Apple has been playing a careful game of politics with China for the last few years. China is one of the company's most important markets.

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Google Maps now gives better voice directions for people with impaired vision

Google Maps now gives better voice directions for people with impaired vision

Google updated Google Maps on iPhone and Android with better spoken voice navigation to help people with impaired vision, or anyone who needs extra assitance, like tourists in a foreign city.

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Facebook rejects Biden campaign’s request to remove Trump ads containing false information

Facebook rejects Biden campaign’s request to remove Trump ads containing false information

Facebook doubled down on its policy to exclude speech and ads from politicians from its third party fact checking program.

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Apple’s smart glasses will arrive in the first half of 2020, top analyst says

Apple’s smart glasses will arrive in the first half of 2020, top analyst says

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will launch new iPad Pros, an augmented reality (AR) headset, new MacBooks and a cheaper iPhone in the second quarter of next year.

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TV networks are using a new strategy to sell ads more like Google and Facebook

TV networks are using a new strategy to sell ads more like Google and Facebook

A new ad-buying platform from the big TV companies might help them compete better against Google and Facebook for advertiser dollars.

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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Surface: ‘There’s plenty of profit in hardware’

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Surface: ‘There’s plenty of profit in hardware’

Ballmer said Microsoft's overall hardware operation, which totaled $6.1 billion in the 2019 fiscal year, is still growing into a big business.

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