Rumored dates for Google's new phones, Waymo delays its suit against Uber
This is CNet and here are the stories that matter right now.
A judge has granted Waymo's request to postpone a trial originally scheduled for october ten to december fourth.
So that the company may better prepare to case against Uber.
Waymo's says that new evidence and documents that have come to light, require more time to properly review for court.
We are just moments away from Google's announcement regarding the company's two new smartphones.
But early rumor suggest the larger Pixel 2 XL won't be available until November 15th, a month after the regular size Pixel 2 which is expected to arrive on October 19th will no more soon about the faith of the two new phones.
And finally, Chinese researchers have discovered the Google's artificial intelligence technology as twice as smart as Siri But even with an IQ score of just over 47, Google's AI isn't even smart enough to compete with a six year old child.
You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET's Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play store.
TCL's concept phone folds into smartwatch, Facebook slammed in...
Amazon bails on NYC, Apex Legends' rapid success
Amazon drops NYC plans, certain iPhones return to Germany
Google investing $13B in US data centers, Apple video service...
Amazon's Eero purchase, Apex Legends' rapid success
OnePlus to tease its 5G phone, new Hololens?
Epix launches streaming service, Sprint sues AT&T
Slack's IPO, Tesla Model 3 price cut
Apple fixes FaceTime flaw, Google pulls Fiber service from Louisville
Spotify acquires Gimlet and Anchor, Tesla cuts Model 3 prices...