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Microsoft employees criticize the ICE contract among the latest reports

In a follow-up station, Microsoft stressed that it was "upset" by ICE's "forced separation" of children and said it did not believe that technology that could directly assist in this process (such as facial recognition and natural language processing) was used at Office. Regardless of the extent of Microsoft's commitment, the connection causes alarms among its employees. Gizmodo has learned …

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No, PUBG is not an "Asset Flip"

On "Steam", "asset flip" refers to a game that is randomly composed of pre-purchased environments, items and sound effects to make quick money. Or at least that's what it is referred to to refer to. Over time, the definition of "asset flip" seems to have been declined to "all that ever uses a pre-made asset" and is now a weapon-driven …

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Android users can now announce from the web – TechCrunch

Messages, Google's latest focus on its spread of messaging efforts following the decision to "pause" the work on Allo, is now available to web users. The company announced that it would begin rolling out messages for the web as of today, with full rollout completed next week. The feature along with others, including GIF search, smart answers, and more, is …

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Pokemon Go Update adds Trading AndFriends System Soon

New features have been rolled out for Pokemon Go since the game was launched in the summer of 2016. These have varied from an expansion to the gym (including group reports) to daily and weekly projects and events with different rewards. But if there is one thing, Pokemon Go still misses two years later – a player who has requested …

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