Technology Trends

LG’s Alexa-powered fridge sends recipes to your oven

Now that LG's Alexa-equipped refrigerator is no longer a novelty, the company is moving on to the next step: appliances that work in harmony. It's introducing a range of smart appliances that thrive on sharing information to help you get things done....

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Fitbit invests $6M in Sano glucose-monitoring, hinting at future features

Wearables-maker Fitbit offers a range of devices with a strong focus on fitness, but there’s a strong indicator the company will soon strengthen its health features.

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DJI built a one-handed stabilizer for your SLR or mirrorless camera

DJI hasn't just been working on smartphone stabilizers ahead of CES — it also built its first single-handed stabilizer for SLRs and mirrorless cameras. As with the refined Osmo Mobile, the new DJI Ronin-S is all about keeping things simple in t...

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Google keeps losing its bikes to local thieves

Over the last ten years, Google has had a fleet of hundreds of free bicycles for employees at its Mountain View headquarters, offering a quick and easy way to get around the constantly expanding corporate campus.

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Sprint CEO to join Uber’s board of directors

SoftBank has more than just a large stake in Uber -- it'll soon have some direct control as well.

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Fortnite downtime blamed on patches for Meltdown vulnerability

While the recent Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities are causing wide-ranging effects on the computing and tech industries as a whole, gamers may start noticing a direct impact on their favorite hobby as well. Fortnite publisher and developer Epic Games has revealed that the multiplayer survival game may start experiencing a number of issues over the next week, including downtime, … Continue reading

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Thieves swipe a portion of China’s solar road

Solar roads have plenty of potential problems, such as damage and snow, but theft? Apparently that's a concern, too.

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Monster Hunter: World gets one last beta before some great news

We’re quickly closing in on the release date for Monster Hunter: World, but before that arrives, Capcom has one final beta test it wants to host.

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Florida phishing attack exposes data for 30,000 Medicaid recipients

Large-scale medical hacks are horrible in themselves, but sometimes it's the ease of the hacks that's scary -- and Florida knows this first-hand. The state's Agency for Health Care Administration has warned that a phishing attack compromised data fo...

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Pixel 2 customer survey appears in the phone’s settings menu

In the mobile world, one of the few things that’s absolutely not tolerated by users is advertisements and pop-ups appearing on their phones. Ads within free apps, sure, but pop-ups on the phone’s UI or within menus is just begging for a disaster

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