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Google just sent out invites for its annual Made by Google event, where it's expected to unveil the Pixel 4

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Google will host its fall product event on October 15 in New York City, based on invites sent to members of the media on Monday.
Google is expected to unveil its next smartphone, the Pixel 4 , and an updated version of the Google Home Mini called the Nest Mini.
The Pixel 4 was confirmed in a June blog post from Google and the company has already shown off some of its new features. Google's released the Pixel 3 in October 2018, and a $400 version of the phone, the Pixel 3a, was released in May 2019.
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Google will announce its answer to iPhone 11 on Oct. 15

Google will announce its answer to iPhone 11 on Oct. 15

4 monthes ago   |   By CNBC

Google on Monday sent out invites for an event in New York City where it is promising new products. The Pixel 4 is expected to make its official debut.
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20 federal officials have been impeached in US history - here are the...

20 federal officials have been impeached in US history - here are the wildest reasons why

The House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump following a whistleblower scandal involving a Trump call to the leader of Ukraine, and his trial is currently... Read more ...

The Chinese city of Wuhan was a breeding ground for an outbreak, experts...

The Chinese city of Wuhan was a breeding ground for an outbreak, experts say. The coronavirus has infected more than 800 people

A coronavirus outbreak has killed 25 people and infected more than 830 in China. It has spread to eight other countries , including the US. The virus originated in Wuhan, a... Read more ...

Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In...

Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In Opioid Trial

His sentencing is the culmination of a months-long criminal trial that resulted in the first successful prosecution of pharmaceutical executives tied to the opioid epidemic. Read more ...

The 'Doomsday Clock' has jumped closer to midnight than ever as nuclear...

The 'Doomsday Clock' has jumped closer to midnight than ever as nuclear weapons and climate disasters turn the world into a 'pressure cooker'

The Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds to midnight, closer than ever in its 73-year history. The researchers behind the clock cited increasing tensions between nuclear-armed... Read more ...

A man suspected of raping at least 44 women in Florida was apprehended after...

A man suspected of raping at least 44 women in Florida was apprehended after police got his son's DNA in an unrelated case

Police in Miami, Florida, have arrested 60-year-old Robert Koehler, who they believe raped 44 women in the 1980s. Police only found Koehler after his son was arrested on an... Read more ...

Trump doubles down on his promise to 'save' Social Security a day after he...

Trump doubles down on his promise to 'save' Social Security a day after he suggested overhauling it

President Trump charged Democrats with trying to "destroy" Social Security and doubled down on his promise to "save" the program. Trump said in a Thursday tweet: "Democrats are... Read more ...

Goldman Sachs CEO says no IPOs for companies without at least one 'diverse'...

Goldman Sachs CEO says no IPOs for companies without at least one 'diverse' board member starting in July

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Thursday in an interview with CNBC in Davos, Switzerland that starting in July, the bank won't help companies without at least one... Read more ...

Uber begins mapping Washington D.C. for self-driving vehicles

Uber begins mapping Washington D.C. for self-driving vehicles

Uber today announced that it has begun mapping public roads in Washington, D.C. with a small fleet of self-driving vehicles. Read more ...

A black man received a settlement in a race discrimination lawsuit. When he...

A black man received a settlement in a race discrimination lawsuit. When he tried to cash the check, the bank called the cops, prompting a second racial discrimination case

Sauntore Thomas, 44, of Detroit, Michigan, is filing a racial discrimination against TCF Bank, according to the Detroit Free Press . He said the bank refused to accept checks... Read more ...

After move, Las Vegas Raiders pledge $500,000 to eliminate school lunch debt

After move, Las Vegas Raiders pledge $500,000 to eliminate school lunch debt

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