Uber scooters are coming, new Wi-Fi names might be a thing
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Google's Assistant has been redesigned for new ways of interacting by touch.
The changes are being rolled out in anticipation of the company's Pixel event, set Set to kick off on October 9th.
Most of the changes cater to touch after voice command is given.
For instance, ask the assistant to lower the lights, and the slider bar will show up on screen for more precise control.
Uber has joined the controversial scooter craze in California.
The first fleet will be available in Santa Monica.
The company says more cities are on the way.
The scooters sport JUMP branding, the dockless bicycle rental service that UBER acquired back in April.
Finally, Wi-Fi naming standards might be changing.
The Wi-Fi alliance wants to make wireless networks easier to understand and recognize.
Parting from the current naming structure of numbers and letters.
For example replacing 802.11 AC with something like 11 WiFi 5 will help users more easily identify technology.
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