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San Francisco, US, February 16, 2018 Microsoft keeps pushing their assistant AI Cortana, in competition to Siri, Alexa, the Google Assistant, and works together with IFTTT to reach more devices and users.
Cortana might be the forgotten contender from the voice assistant wars, as Microsoft-powered mobile devices fall into oblivion.
It's happening. The Mobile World Congress 2018 is almost upon us.
Whether you have a few or a few dozen gadgets in your house there's one thing that's a practical guarantee: at least one or more of them will have an LED indicator light that's four times brighter than the sun. Light Dims are a super simple solution to that problem.
When the FCC voted to end net neutrality, removing the rules preventing Internet Service Providers from blocking or slowing traffic, many people took it as a wake up call and then promptly forgot about it. Stories at the start talked often about how mobile carriers, television and Internet will be affected.
The old Mission Impossible TV series was 1960s cool. But star Peter Graves never told us how those recorded messages were able to self-destruct in five seconds.
Hand sanitizer just isn't cutting it this winter. Much of the US remains in the throws of its worst flu season this decade, according to federal officials.
Apple is preparing a couple of updating models of AirPods, according to Bloomberg. The popular fully wireless earbud-style headphones that Apple introduced last year are currently on track for a refresh in 2018 with the addition of a new version of the W line of chips that Apple created specifically to manage and improve Bluetooth-based connections between gadgets.
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Apple is rumored to be releasing new iPad Pro models later this year with the 'Face ID' feature, but a recent filing from the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) hints that two non-Pro models could possibly be introduced within the next few months. Companies are legally required to register gadgets that use encryption before their release.
Merely living in your home is just not enough. With the advent of latest technologies and gadgets for your aid, it has become necessary to upgrade your homes as well.
The Washington Post is looking for an intrepid and experienced reporter to cover global business.
This writer will explore a wide-ranging beat about the most important business trends around the world - and the implications for policymakers, workers, and the U.
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Apple Inc. is in talks to buy long-term supplies of cobalt directly from miners for the first time, according to people familiar with the matter, seeking to ensure it will have enough of the key battery ingredient amid industry fears of a shortage driven by the electric vehicle boom.
Look, it's no secret that Spotify is out to make its own hardware. As of last April, Spotify was already looking for people to help craft "a category-defining product akin to Pebble Watch, Amazon Echo and Snap Spectacles.
(Natural News) While earlier generations didn't grow up with smart assistants that made everyday life easier, kids today can simply command Amazon Alexa or Apple's Siri to answer various questions. But this convenience comes at a cost, and these smart assistants are causing young people today to forget their manners when talking to other people.
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Today's Circuit Breaker Live is going to be a good time. As a reminder, we're on every Tuesday starting at 4PM ET, and the archived version lives on our YouTube page until the end of time.
One of the strangest things about flying for me is that it is the perfect time to work. I grab a nice set of earbuds, a laptop, and for about three or four hours on a trip to Vegas or Dallas I'm in the zone, cranking on my email or chatting away on Slack.
To mark the one and only 359th episode of The 3:59 podcast, we're running a marathon episode for our awesome fans.
On Wednesday, our special edition will last 3 hours and 59 minutes, in honor of our typical 3 minute and 59 second daily podcast.
Batman has Alfred. James Bond has Q.
Ray Fisher, who stars as Cyborg in DC's Justice League movie, has confirmed rumors that DCEU is preparing his standalone film for a 2020 release. Fisher made the announcement during his City of Heroes special guest panel on Saturday (May 20).
This gadget might be the worst I've featured on Unbox Therapy. So much promise that was never truly delivered.