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In today's top stories, a new feature for Google Assistant makes it easier for people to have conversations in different languages. Meanwhile, Lyft will let you drive yourself around if you want.
The news comes amid antitrust investigations into the social media giant.
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The software, called interpreter mode, lets people carry on a conversation while speaking different languages.
Today's major tech stories include Twitter's plan to create a new social media standard, YouTube's new and more aggressive harassment policies and CNET's round-up of the 44 best products of the year.
The social media giant is funding a small team called bluesky.
A reliable source says images of Samsung's next big phone are out there, right now, and they show a huge camera bump that's housing a ridiculous camera.
Jeanette Manfra, who led the DHS' efforts on election security, is expected to start with Google Cloud in January.
CNET gets a sneak peek at the company's first Samsung Experience Store at the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California.
The mobile giant's store for gadgets and classes opens on Thursday in a mall in Palo Alto, California.
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