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Google's beta version of its Android P mobile operating system is available now to those who want to roll the dice and install it on their Pixel phones.
While this beta is mostly for the developer crowd, some details of the next OS are coming to light, such as the focus on improving Android's notification system.
Also worth mentioning, Android P support screens that have a top notch cut out, similar to the design of the iPhone 10.
BitCoin's value plunged on the SEC warned of potential unlawful exchanges cryptocurrencies are bought and sold.
Essentially the message is don't always think your trading is exempt from regulation.
Bitcoin wasn't the only currency to dip, [UNKNOWN] and light coin slid in value as well.
And finally, Amazon has acknowledged a bizarre issue with its Alexa assistant.
It says it will fix the random laughing that has been coming from the smart speakers.
Amazon won't say what's been going wrong But it's undeniably creepy.
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