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What to expect at Google I/O 2018

It's somehow already May, which means Google's I/O developer conference is right around the corner: next week, in fact. The

Google’s latest app easily transfers VR180 footage to your phone

Google's work toward democratizing virtual reality has taken a big step forward. The company recenlty released the VR180 app for

Google Assistant can now buy movie tickets on your behalf

Google Assistant's latest trick is ordering movie tickets. It's a partnership with Fandango that enables the digital helper to assist

How police are using corpses to unlock phones

If you've ever imagined a scenario where police demand you unlock your phone and thought "Over my dead body!" —

Of course Snapchat jumped on the Star Wars Day hype

You're either cringing at everyone saying "May the 4th be with you" today or you're the one causing the cringing,

Apple will fix bug affecting iPhone 7 and 7 Plus microphones

Some iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models running iOS 11.3 or later are experiencing an issue with their microphones. Some

What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference

Fresh off of Windows 10's major April update, Microsoft is gearing up for its Build conference in Seattle Monday. The

YouTube music app gets a streamlined now playing screen

With YouTube Remix on the horizon and Google Play Music on its way out (not to mention Google I/O next

F8 proved there’s no escape from Facebook

During a keynote about privacy at F8, Facebook's Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos shared an image of the world that

Vine’s rapturous return has been delayed indefinitely

When Twitter shut down Vine in early 2017, the internet mourned what had become a haven for bizarre and unexpectedly

‘Arrested Development’ season 5 will include Jeffrey Tambor

After Jeffrey Tambor was accused of sexual harassment and assault by multiple women, he left the hit show Transparent. However,

Lenovo Mirage Solo review: A solid VR headset looking for a niche

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The first standalone Google Daydream VR headset is now available

The Lenovo Mirage Solo is the first standalone VR headset that runs Google's Daydream. Now, Google has announced that the

The best EV charging stations

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One man built his own vacation spot in VR

When most people fancy a vacation, they pack up their suitcase and go somewhere warm like Barbados. Not Bastiaan Hooimeijer,

Senator wants Facebook to stop tracking users after they log out

Senator Edward Markey (D-MA) isn't pleased with Facebook and he wants the FTC to do as much as it can

Next ‘Minecraft’ update will be the last for older consoles

If you love playing Minecraft on the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U or PS Vita, the game's developers have some

Jeff Bezos adds ‘puppy savior’ to his resumé

Talking to a human when you need to contact Amazon seems close to impossible. Apparently, all you need to do

Google will verify the identity of those buying US political ads

Following similar moves from Facebook and Twitter, Google has now announced how it will be handling political ads going forward.

MoviePass competitor Sinemia offers movie plans starting at $5/month

Today, Sinemia, a MoviePass competitor, announced its lowest pricing to date. For just $4.99 (on an annual plan), moviegoers in

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