Google loads AMP into Gmail, UK government fights propaganda
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Google's AMPed technology is coming to Gmail in an effort to let users do more things without leaving the email app, like book a flight or fill out a form.
AMP which is short for Accelerate Mobile Pages lets content load faster on mobile devices.
Since its inception, Google has used the tech in other web applications like Aim Stories which is similar to Snapchat and Instagram stories.
The UK has developed its own AI program that can detect Islamic State propaganda online within 99.99% success rate The move is a result of the UK's impatience with the tech companies that have promised to combat such content.
But the technology has also been met with some criticism that questions the legality of content removal.
And finally, a Korean report says that Samsung's next Galaxy phone might get its own 3D emojis, similar to what Apple offers in the iPhone X. However there seems to be an unknown feature that separates Samsung's version of the technology.
Also rumored to be in the S9 are stereo speakers and a more robust face ID inspired technology.
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