Galaxy S8 will be ultra fast, Uber self-driving project faces injunction
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 will have more than just a gorgeous screen.
It's also the first phone to use Qualcomm's Snap Dragon 835 processor which will deliver gigabyte LTE class speeds.
The superfast networks which US carriers will begin to deploy later this year, will eventually let you download a two hour movie in 15 seconds.
Uber is embroiled in a legal dispute with Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Google's parent company, Alphabet.
[UNKNOWN] Is alleging that [UNKNOWN], Uber's head of autonomous vehicles and a former Google employee, downloaded 14,000 highly confidential files before leaving his old job.
[UNKNOWN] Says that he intends to plead the fifth in this case.
But Judge William also says that he may halt Uber's autonomous vehicle project with a preliminary injunction anyway.
Twitter is hoping to reduce harassment by changing its default user profile image from an egg to a generic silhouette In a statement, Twitter said it's noticed that accounts created only to harass others often aren't personalized with a photo.
This is created in association between the default [UNKNOWN] photo and negative behavior.
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