Put Alexa or another virtual assistant in your home to answer questions, control smart home gadgets, play music and more with our top picks.
Get Apple’s entry-level iPhone for as little as $449.
In 2017, Mats Järlström was fined $500 by the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying for using the word “engineer” to describe himself. The board also forbade him from publicly talking about engineering subject matter. Järlström filed a civil rights lawsuit claiming the board was infringing…
First shown at CES 2018 a year ago, the Vuzix Blade eyewear is more akin to Google Glass than say, Microsoft’s HoloLens or Magic Leap’s mixed reality headset, in that it essentially delivers the functionality of a smartwatch… except, for your eyes.
Plant-based burger maker Beyond Meat has partnered with Carl’s Jr. to bring its animal-free creation to more than 1,000 fast food locations across the country.
Following the launch of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google has gone on the offensive to take care of unwanted phone calls through its call screening feature. Now that calling is less effective for spammers, sending bulk messages has become a popular option.
Olympus has published a teaser video showcasing what appears to be its next digital camera offering. Details are a bit scarce but here’s what we’ve been able to discern from the 18-second clip thus far.
As spotted by 9to5Google, a change to the Android Open Source Project suggests Fuchsia will be able to run Android apps using the Android Runtime.
UK-based Slightly Mad Studios, developer of the Project Cars games and Need for Speed: Shift, made the announcement through CEO Ian Bell via Twitter. He told Ars Technica that the Mad Box is expected to launch in “three-plus years,” and cost a “standard plus next-gen price.”
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