Facebook wants to kill Android
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Liberate Oculus and Portal

Facebook doesn't want its hardware like Oculus and Portal to be at the mercy of Google because they rely on its Android operating system.

Paedophiles can hack kids GPS enabled smartwatches
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Parent paranoia might be a self-fulling prophecy

Parents who think it is a wizard wheeze to tag their children with GPS-enabled smartwatches might be turning over their kids’ location to paedophiles.

Ocado plans robotic "supermarket"
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Warehouse tech can be rolled out quickly

British online grocer Ocado will open its first “mini” robotic warehouse in Bristol, western England, by early 2021.

Bofffins come up with tactile cyber skin
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Absolutely no use for the porn industry at all

A team of Northwestern University boffins have created new wireless and battery-free smart skin which enables the wearer to feel hugs, strokes and kisses at a distance.

Katai has high resolution 360° video camera
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Katai announced the availability of its next-generation, high resolution 360° video camera named BlueJay.