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Nvidia May Be Lone Rider on Next Big Technology Wave

Dell’s most forward-looking people spoke about the future at Dell World a few weeks ago. One of the sessions I attended dovetailed with something that appears to be glaringly obvious which is that is that robots likely will…

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Sony Trains Spotlight on a Few Good Games

Sony gave PlayStation fans a hefty sampling of what’s coming to its gaming consoles this year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. It gave them a long look at a relatively few offerings in its presentation….

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iOS 12 to Provide Stronger 911 Location Help

The next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 12, automatically will share location data for iPhones used to make emergency calls. The system will use an IP-based data pipeline developed by RapidSOS to share location data from…

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Hits, Misses and Drama at E3 2018

The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, had the usual hits and misses this week, and more drama than most of the games on the screens. With a strong lineup of first-party titles plus better third-party support, Nintendo…

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Google Assistant Gains Momentum in Smart Home Race

Google Assistant, the artificial intelligence software built into Android handsets and the Google Home smart speaker system, now can control more than 5,000 smart devices, Google announced Thursday. That’s up from just 1,500 products in January and the…

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HomePod Gets Multi-Room Audio Chops With iOS 11.4

Apple released iOS 11.4, the latest version of its mobile operating system, with some beefed-up features for its HomePod wireless smart speaker. The update allows users to create a stereo pair with two HomePods. It also supports multiroom…

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Teens Falling Away From Facebook

Ninety-five percent of teens have access to a smartphone, and 45 percent of teens are almost constantly online, but younger Internet users do not connect on Facebook as much as their older peers do, suggests a Pew Research…

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Amazon’s Echo for Kids and Retro Voice Assistants

Take a look at the Amazon Echo for kids, an updated Oculus, a retro-styled smart speaker, and Snapchat’s latest spectacles. Amazon is trying to rope in younger members of the family to use its Alexa voice assistant with…

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Cloud Providers Look for Legal Loopholes to Protect Customer Data

United States-based providers of e-commerce resources, including cloud services, must release foreign-held customer information to law enforcement agencies under a new law enacted in March.Providers have strongly objected to releasing customer information residing outside the U.S. for fear…

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Easy Ways To Link Roku Player To Your TV

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After purchasing a new Roku player, you are ready to watch the unlimited movies and TV shows on your TV. Before that you need to link your Roku player to your TV first. With a few simple steps,…

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