Technology

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Android TV is not slowing down
Android TV is quickly becoming a staple on the technology roadmaps of pay-TV operators worldwide.
Ron Downey
App Developer Magazine
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With update, Google Lens could be an essential AI tool for business travelers
Google Lens allows users to point their smartphone camera at something and get instant information on it from the web.
Jonathan Greig
TechRepublic
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Your Worst Alexa Nightmares Are Coming True
What’s the most terrifying thing you can imagine an Amazon Echo doing? Think realistically.
Adam Clark Estes
Gizmodo
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Who`s Afraid of Kaspersky?
We went to Kaspersky Lab`s SAS conference, where the controversial Russian anti-virus firm showcases its best research...
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
Motherboard
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Intel is giving up on its smart glasses
So long, vaunt...
Dieter Bohn
The Verge
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Is Facebook Planning to Build Its Own Chips to Create Better AI?
If there are two things Facebook is notoriously bad at right now, it’s maintaining the privacy of its users and developing cool Facebook-related hardware...
Alex Cranz
Gizmodo
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Open Source is Tech’s Explosive Organic Movement
It’s hard to believe the Food Revolution has only been in effect for about ten years. In that time, we’ve seen drastic changes in the way citizens of the world choose to buy food for their families
TDB
Zero Hedge
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Creepy: Amazon’s Alexa Virtual Assistant Randomly Laughs at Users
Multiple users have reported that Amazon Echo devices have been emitting creepy laughter and ignoring users commands.
Lucas Nolan
Breitbart
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Russian Company 3D Printing Detailed Models Of Unborn Children For Soon-To-Be Parents
Australia’s 9 News reports that Russian company Embryo 3D is allegedly printing detailed models of unborn children using ultrasound images.
Frank Camp
Daily Wire
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Samsung wants your TV to disappear
8K UHD and microLED TVs, plus a chameleon display mode, highlight Samsung`s new 2018 products and features.
Jon L. Jacobi
Tech Hive
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Here`s What You Can Expect From 5G in 2018
At Mobile World Congress 2018, 5G was easily one of the biggest buzzwords thrown around.
Sam Rutherford
Gizmodo
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5 signs you’re not ready to cut the cable TV cord
Some people are just better off with cable—warts and all.
Jared Newman
Tech Hive
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Oculus releases fix after temporarily breaking Rift VR headsets worldwide
The good news is that it`s fixable. But it probably shouldn`t have happened in the first place.
Hayden Dingman
PC World
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Internet of Things in Healthcare: What are the Possibilities and Changes
Technology has disrupted every industry including healthcare, business, finance and others...
Ray Parker
ReadWrite
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Empathic AI: The Next Generation of Vehicles Will Understand Your Emotions
Transportation will never be the same once our machines know how we feel.
Ben Bland
ReadWrite
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4 Ways Big Data & VR Are Changing Professional Sports
Whether from home, in the stands, or over the radio—Americans love their sports. Today, part of that All-American sports experience involves big data and new immersive technology like virtual reality (VR) to draw in more fans and improve gameplay.
Ryan Ayers
ReadWrite
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Why Your Bank Hates You For Loving Bitcoin
Bitcoin has been around since 2009, but it really wasn’t until recently that it finally hit the mainstream consciousness of investors and the general public...
Liam Adelson
ReadWrite
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Mind-blowing 3D printing feats & what to expect in 2018
If you had told the likes of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley about the technology advances in the future, they wouldn’t have believed you...
Cara Chatellier
ReadWrite
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Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi eating dust - Yahoo News
Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.
Laure Fillon
Yahoo! News
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Techno-skeptics’ objection growing louder - The Washington Post
Astra Taylor’s iPhone has a cracked screen. She has bandaged it with clear packing tape and plans to use the phone until it disintegrates.
Joel Achenbach
The Washington Post