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Google has enabled Bluetooth audio streaming for Google Home, according to Android Police. The feature that was touted when the smart assistant was announced at Google I/O back in May. Google enabled the feature by accident...
You don’t need a fancy university degree to launch a startup and secure venture capital. But looking at the data on who gets funded, alumni affiliation sure seems to be a big contributing...
Between Russian meddling in multiple democratic elections, massive Chinese data exfiltration from troves like the...
K9 officer in training?Image: Shutterstock / Olga KuzykBy Emma Hinchliffe2017-08-19 16:26:11 UTC Police dogs aren't the only ones sniffing out drugs.  A regular, untrained family golden retriever in Oregon dug up something interesting in his own backyard. The 18-month-old...
Having grown up hearing my family talk about what it was like seeing television evolve into what it is today, it must be even more surprising for a 97-year-old to witness the evolution of the car into “the...
Space suits are cool — and complicated. Earlier this week, my colleague Loren Grush launched her new series Space Craft by seeing what wearing one is like. The answer? Exhausting. Unsurprisingly, science fiction writers, movie directors,...
After appearing in benchmark listings and getting WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA), the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) has been spotted on the website of China's TENAA. The listed unit carries a model number of...
Don’t gunk up your artfully appointed living room with artlessly boxy speakers. The Danes at Bang & Olufsen have designed a sonic solution for you. The wall-mounted
Hot on the heels of updating our buyer's guide, we have three...

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