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Colin Sebastian, an analyst at Baird, said Google's move should boost sales of Google Home and reflects its belief that e-commerce through voice platforms is a growth area.
Plame's plan is simple, if unlikely to succeed: raise a billion dollars to buy a controlling interest in Twitter, and use that to pressure the social network to ban Trump.
Today 125 million hashtags are exchanged every day, often serving as a springboard to launch massive online campaigns.
According to Down Detector data, about 39 per cent of users have been left unable to login to the social network.
With Japan's population ageing and shrinking, many Buddhist priests receive less financial support from their communities.
The oil giant, however, accused journalists of 'cherry-picking' data to paint it in a bad light.
For half a century its paranoid generals cut off the country, restricting sales of computers, heavily censoring the internet and blocking access to foreign media reports.
Amazon, whose voice-controlled aide Alexa allows users to shop from the retailer, has the lion's share of the US voice-controlled device industry.
Engineer turned tech advocate Sophie Ngassa founded the Centre for Youth Education and Economic Development in 2010.
Facebook is making it simpler to see whether friends have checked in as 'safe' on the online platform during disasters or other dangerous events.