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Smart speakers are being used to help measure inflation in the UK
They were added, along with electric toothbrushes and flavored tea, to this year’s “basket of goods.”
Adobe will kill Shockwave on April 9th
It's one of the last vestiges of the old web.
'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' is about protecting muggles
Your job is to find rogue magical creatures, objects and wizards, and capture them before anyone is hurt.
The UK is expanding drone no-fly zones around major airports
It will be illegal to operate drones within five kilometers of an airport.
Nike designer Tinker Hatfield makes the case for self-lacing shoes
He said the tech can help people with disabilities and other conditions.
Robots are playing ASMR-infused techno at SXSW
Moritz Simon Geist is a new breed of conductor.
NVIDIA will stop supporting 3D glasses in April
It's another step in the gradual decline of 3D.
CRISPR doc 'Human Nature' embraces the hope and peril of gene editing
It's the best CRISPR primer yet.
NVIDIA buys high-performance chip-maker Mellanox for $6.9 billion
It beat Intel in a bid that will boost its server, self-driving and networking segments.
Spain halts plans to use electric shock treatment on violent inmates
The follow-up to a pilot study conducted on 41 prisoners was set to take place this month.
The Morning After: Tesla will raise prices, but keep some of its stores
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NBC's free news streaming service will fully launch in May
NBC News Now promises eight hours of programming every day.
Nearly half of the votes in Estonia's election were cast online
It's progress, although it might not be ideal for other countries yet.
Tesla decides to keep more stores open and raise prices instead
The Model 3 price will remain at $35,000.
Palmer Luckey's firm wins Pentagon drone AI contract
Google might not support Project Maven, but Anduril will.
US arrests cryptocurrency exec over 'multibillion-dollar' fraud
OneCoin was allegedly an elaborate pyramid scheme.
Facebook sues two Ukranians over data-stealing browser add-ons
They allegedly used quizzes to trick tens of thousands of users.
NVIDIA joins Intel in bidding war for major Israeli chip maker
It might be close to buying Mellanox.
IBM's AI blood test could help with early Alzheimer's detection
The test can detect a person's risk for the disease decades before symptoms start showing up.
NASA unveils stunning images of merging supersonic shockwaves
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HBO’s 'The Inventor' explores how Theranos happened, but not why
Alex Gibney can’t fill the gaps in Theranos’ fascinating story.
Steven Spielberg denies campaign to stop Netflix from winning Oscars
It was reportedly just a misinterpretation.
Supercars at Geneva Motor Show 2019
Sprint sues AT&T over its fake 5G branding
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AT&T doubles down on its 5G fib
Sprint says AT&T is 'blatantly misleading consumers' with fake 5G
AT&T gets burned by rivals over its fake 5G network
AT&T's Android phones now lie about having 5G
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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless review
Stellar sound is bogged down by constant frustration.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ review: Another predictably great flagship
It's bigger, smarter and lasts longer than before.
Hyundai’s Kona EV is the car you didn't know you were waiting for
So many standard features, it’s silly to upgrade.