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Jawbone is reportedly stopping production on all of its fitness trackers



Jawbone has struggled to gain traction in the fitness-tracking market for some time, despite being one of the first to the market. Now, it looks like the company is ready to cash it in entirely. A report from Tech Insider claims the company ha…

Facebook and Microsoft are building a huge trans-Atlantic data cable



Microsoft and Facebook today have announced a partnership to build a massive underwater data cable connecting the US to Europe, an effort that’ll help the two internet giants better move data back and forth around the world. The cable, dubbed “MAREA,…

New Google Maps ads will drop branded pins on your search results



Yes, Google builds plenty of useful and fun products, but don’t ever forget — the company is first and foremost an advertising business. As such, today the company is announcing a number of updates to its various advertising products to help brands…

The biggest news from Google I/O won’t matter until this fall



Google I/O, the company’s massive annual developer event, has wrapped up for 2016. As usual, CEO Sundar Pichai and a host of the company’s executives gave the world a look at what it’s planning for the next year. Unfortunately, we’ll need to wait to…

Google and Levis are releasing their smart jacket early next year



Google and Levis announced a partnership at Google I/O last year that would bring “smart clothing” to the market using a technology called Project Jacquard. The technology, which is basically composed of conductive fabric woven into the garment to cr…

Android Apps and the Play Store are coming to Chrome OS this year



Google CEO Sundar Pichai was handed the reins of Android in early 2013, putting him in charge of both Chrome and the company’s mobile OS. Ever since then, rumors have swirled that Google would look to merge its two distinct operating systems into a u…