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Monster’s headphones get their own voice assistant

Monster's headphones get their own voice assistant
Monster's latest team-up isn't with another star athlete or fellow accessory-maker: it's with music platform Speak Music Inc., which is

ASU students live with Echo Dots while learning voice-control tech

ASU students live with Echo Dots while learning voice-control tech
Engineering students at Arizona State University can opt into an interesting new program meant to give students access to voice-controlled

AI creates fictional scenes out of real-life photos

AI creates fictional scenes out of real-life photos
AI's not quite ready to build photorealistic worlds on its own. But it's getting pretty close. Researcher Qifeng Chen of Stanford

The Wirecutter’s best deals: Save $50 on Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablet

The Wirecutter's best deals: Save $50 on Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablet
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to

YouTube music head says company pays higher royalties than Spotify

Making a living from streaming royalties is tough for music artists, and YouTube has had one of the worst reputations

Lean back and watch the eclipse…from your Volvo

Lean back and watch the eclipse...from your Volvo
On Monday, lots of people are going to head outside and check out the first total solar eclipse to be

‘Quake Champions’ isn’t finished, but you can play it August 22nd

‘Quake Champions’ isn’t finished, but you can play it August 22nd
Been green with envy over your pals playing the Quake Champions closed beta? Time to stop being jealous and start

Voting machine supplier exposes 1.8 million voter records

Cybersecurity firm UpGuard has discovered that personal information from over 1.8 million Chicago residents was unintentionally exposed by voting machine

Twitch can filter streamers by their ‘Overwatch’ hero of choice

Twitch can filter streamers by their 'Overwatch' hero of choice
Overwatch and Hearthstone fans will now find it easier to discover livestreams most relevant to them after Twitch introduced new

fuboTV recruits CBS to take on cordcutter rivals

fuboTV recruits CBS to take on cordcutter rivals
Folks generally cut the cable cord to save money, but fragmentation means you might have to subscribe to more than

How ‘We Happy Few’ plans to avoid the pitfalls of ‘No Man’s Sky’

How 'We Happy Few' plans to avoid the pitfalls of 'No Man's Sky'
The 1960s dystopia of We Happy Few will hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on April 13th, 2018, thanks

YouTube’s live TV service is available in half of all US homes

YouTube’s live TV service is available in half of all US homes
While other services, including Hulu, PlayStation Vue and SlingTV, have been available for a while now, YouTube TV is catching

‘Volume’ developer launches a surprise, bite-sized sci-fi game

'Volume' developer launches a surprise, bite-sized sci-fi game
Subsurface Circular came out of nowhere.Well, that's not entirely true. Mike Bithell, the developer behind Thomas Was Alone and Volume,

An iOS 11 feature can quickly disable Touch ID

Law enforcement authorities have been at odds with the legal system and mobile companies when it comes to gaining access

Congressmen call for investigation of FCC cyberattack claims

Congressmen call for investigation of FCC cyberattack claims
The FCC has claimed that the site it uses to collect public comment on its plans to roll back net

OkCupid just banned a white supremacist for life

OkCupid just banned a white supremacist for life
OkCupid is the latest company to kick white supremacists off of its platform. In a tweet today, the dating service

BMW’s redesigned 8 Series is cleaner, more aggressive

BMW’s redesigned 8 Series is cleaner, more aggressive
At the Monterey Car Week BMW just unveiled two new concept vehicles. Both are previews of planned production models of

Facebook demotes video clickbait posts to improve your feeds

Facebook demotes video clickbait posts to improve your feeds
In a bid to promote "authentic communication," Facebook will now demote clickbait stories that present static images as video along

Skype’s new look arrives on the desktop in preview form

Skype’s new look arrives on the desktop in preview form
Skype is making a preview version of its new desktop design available for users to try out. Available today, Mac

Tribeca’s TV Festival aims to be a curator for television’s ‘golden age’

A lot has changed since the Tribeca Film Festival debuted in 2002. Netflix and Amazon, for instance, hadn't even launched

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