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Alexa Routines creates lots of new possibilities for your Amazon Echo. Here's how to put them to use. [Read More]
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The games are great, but this is not the 16-bit experience you're looking for. [Read More]
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You shouldn't deepen your ties to Google without considering the implications. But it's gotten really good at melding hardware, software, and services. [Read More]
Wireless ISPs like Common Networks and Starry could save you from Comcast and AT&T–but not anytime soon. [Read More]
Wireless ISPs like Common Networks and Starry could save you from Comcast and AT&T–but not anytime soon. [Read More]
The big player in TV streaming announces two new devices, but pushes its own entertainment-centric assistant feature to 2019. [Read More]
Unlike smart screens from Google and Amazon, Facebook's device will ID users and follow them around the room. [Read More]
Unlike smart screens from Google and Amazon, Facebook's device will ID users and follow them around the room. [Read More]
Unlike smart screens from Google and Amazon, Facebook's device will ID users and follow them around the room. [Read More]
It's another way for independent artists to cut out middlemen. [Read More]
Hasbro, Tomy, and others plan to make voice-controlled toys using Alexa. [Read More]
At least eight new Alexa voice appliances are reportedly coming this year. [Read More]
For cheap phone maker OnePlus, TVs could be the next big thing–or its undoing. [Read More]
The best iPhone is the one you already paid for—running the latest software. [Read More]
The best iPhone is the one you already paid for—running the latest software. [Read More]
Apple's new Macbooks and iPad Pro are probably coming later this year, but AirPower seems up in the air. [Read More]
Apple's new Macbooks and iPad Pro are probably coming later this year, but AirPower seems up in the air. [Read More]
Among the features on the iPhone Xs and Xr: recycled tin, recycled plastic, and bioplastic. [Read More]
The new iPhone Xr shares many features with the iPhone X, but with an LED display and an aluminum body. [Read More]
Nintendo Switch Online will launch on September 18 for $20 per year. [Read More]
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