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Google Photos can pick your pet out of a furry lineup

Google Photos can pick your pet out of a furry lineup
Google Photos has long been adept at recognizing animals in a generic sense. But let's be honest: the real

Facebook trying to find employees with national security clearance

Facebook's next attempt at clearing its name from any future political entanglements is apparently hiring people with national security clearances,

‘Doom’ arrives on Nintendo Switch November 10th

'Doom' arrives on Nintendo Switch November 10th
Turns out that you won't have to wait too long to raze some Hell on your Nintendo Switch. That's because

Amazon Fire HD 10 review (2017): A $150 tablet that’s actually good

It's hard to get excited about an Android tablet in 2017. Samsung is still trying to take on the iPad

Microsoft’s redesigned Xbox dashboard is now available to all

Microsoft's redesigned Xbox dashboard is now available to all
Microsoft's next big update to the Xbox dashboard is now ready for public consumption. The first "Fluid Design" interface comes

Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware

Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware
Adobe Flash may be on its way out, but apparently, its goodbye tour is going to be marred by security

Apple ordered to pay $440 million to FaceTime patent troll

VirnetX's seemingly endless FaceTime patent lawsuit against Apple is winding down... sort of. An Eastern District of Texas court has

Waymo is training cops how to respond to autonomous car crashes

There are a lot of hurdles to clear before autonomous cars can fully take over the roadways. Chief among them

Outlook for desktops will behave a lot like the mobile app

Outlook for desktops will behave a lot like the mobile app
Outlook on computers can be overwhelming, to put it gently. The interface is loaded with buttons you probably aren't

Explore (most of) the solar system in Google Maps

Explore (most of) the solar system in Google Maps
Google first added the moon and Mars to Google Maps back in 2014 to commemorate the Curiosity rover's second year

Facebook is testing a LinkedIn-like résumé feature

Business Insider reports that Facebook appears to be testing a LinkedIn-like résumé/CV feature. The new addition was spotted by web

Netflix could spend $8 billion on content next year

Netflix could spend $8 billion on content next year
Once again, Netflix's quarterly earnings report (PDF) shows it's added even more customers (5 million in the US alone), and

#MeToo becomes a rallying cry for survivors of sexual assault

Yesterday, a campaign geared towards demonstrating just how common sexual assault and harassment are began to spread on Twitter, Facebook

Microsoft already has a fix for that severe WiFi security exploit

The "Krack Attack" WiFi encryption security flaw is more than a little frightening, but you should already be relatively safe

Can an iPad Pro replace your PC?

Can an iPad Pro replace your PC?
In 2016, Apple believed its professional-grade tablet, the iPad Pro, was ready for the big time. Phil Schiller even described

What is Intel Coffee Lake?

What is Intel Coffee Lake?
Intel's 8th-generation "Coffee Lake" CPUs are now on the market. These chips come with a modest bump in CPU frequency,

Supreme Court will hear challenge to Microsoft’s data privacy case

Microsoft may have won its fight to protect overseas data from American search warrants, but it can't rest easy. The

Telegram fined after refusing to provide user data to Russia

Back in June, we reported on the struggles that messaging app Telegram was having with the Russian government. Russia asked

Origin’s NT-15 Quadro is a slim laptop with pro video-editing power

Origin's NT-15 Quadro is a slim laptop with pro video-editing power
I'm obsessed with lightweight, discrete graphics laptops, especially models that excel at video editing and 3D. So when I first

The encryption many major companies rely on has a serious flaw

Researchers at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic uncovered a major security vulnerability in RSA keys generated by Infineon Technologies-produced

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