Amazon's Echos, the Google Home, Sonos's wide range and the new Apple HomePod – packs within it stunning technology that would have been unimaginable just a couple of years ago. Some include highly-developed virtual assistants who you'll never want to actually ask you to play anyRead More »
Twitch has been giving away free games with a Prime membership for awhile now, but now you'll have a say in what's handed out each month.
At any given moment, I have, on average, five unread text messages, a couple unread Instagram messages, dozens of unseen Twitter DMs, and close to 1,000 unread emails along with a smattering of other messages on services like Facebook, Snapchat, and Slack. It's too much, and it's becoming
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This series of DIY explores simple ways kids can have fun with science. In this episode, we will show an experiment with non-Newtonian fluids!
Google tasks its Project Zero time with finding security issues and loopholes within other companies' products, and they're pretty effective at what they do.
A few days ago, Google removed a feature that many people find quite usable: the ability to easily view — and download — an image found through Google's search engine. While the removal of this tool does make it a bit harder to download and potentially abuse copyrighted images, it also makes life
Microsoft began introducing ARM-powered Windows devices this past holiday season, and now we have more information on the limitations of these devices.
For years, I've had a bit of a digital pen pal. His name is Kevin. He loves music, "Coffee Table Jazz" in particular. He owns an Amazon Echo, through which he listens to his lovely, soothing John Coltrane trumpet croons. He doesn't often listen during the day, but at night the tunes
Photons are among the most ubiquitous, but loneliest particles in the quantum world -- they're always around us, but never interact with each other.
Last year, the internet needled Elon Musk for tweeting he had verbal approval to dig a Hyperloop tunnel in Washington, DC, because officials said they granted no such thing.
“Mindfulness” is the buzzword of the moment – but it’s a lot more than a passing trend. Mindfulness is all about clearing your thoughts and becoming acutely aware of yourself and your surroundings – and if it’s your first foray into the practice, a phone-based app could be an accessible way in. “Mindfulness
Though our cities now teem with fiber optic cables and 4G signals, it's still common for rural areas to struggle with even basic connectivity.
QPR Software’s latest customer, Piraeus Bank, offers a wide range of personal and corporate banking and insurance services to 5.8 million customers. Piraeus Bank, the largest bank in Greece, chose QPR as its process mining and process performance monitoring solution provider because of the powerful
Tesla's experiments with smart-power grids are headed further north. Canada's Nova Scotia Power recently finished setting up a pilot project that will use a combination of Tesla's Powerwall 2 home batteries and utility-grade Powerpack batteries to create a more reliable wind-power system
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Plenty of places have committed to exploring the economic viability of building a Hyperloop, but nobody has been brave enough to say they'll actually construct one.