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Samsung will debut Bixby 2.0 with the next Galaxy Note

Samsung has been teasing its upgraded Bixby 2.0 assistant for several months now, but when is it actually going to show up in something you can buy? It shouldnt take too much longer. The companys AI research center head Gray G. Lee told the Korea H...

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NASA‘s planet-hunting TESS spacecraft snaps its first photo

TESS, NASAs new exoplanet-hunting spacecraft, has captured its first image ever, giving us a glimpse of what its powerful eyes can see. The spacecrafts science team used one of its four cameras to snap a two-second test exposure as part of their...

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Revamped Xbox feedback program asks you to vote on ideas

Microsoft is shaking up the way it asks for your input on the future of gaming. The company has replaced Xbox Feedback with Xbox Ideas, a program with a narrower focus but (hopefully) more impact. It revolves around the concept of one- to three-mon...

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Students, send us your gadget questions!

How much laptop does a college freshman need? Whats the quickest way to learn Photoshop? Is it worth having a TV in my dorm room? Ask Engadget gets a lot of emails -- and more than a few of them are questions about products. Think: What should I bu...

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MSI GS65 Stealth Thin review: A milestone for laptop gaming

Theres no question that gaming laptops are more interesting than ever before. Mostly, thats due to NVIDIAs Max-Q GPUs, which allow PC makers to cram a ton of power into slim laptop cases. Last year we saw the 17.9mm-thick, 4.9-pound ASUS Zephy...

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The Morning After: Weekend Edition

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the weekend! Along with our highlights from the past week, we have some AirPod-like earbuds and a jet thruster that could help keep your motorcycle upright.

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Adored indie game ‘To The Moon‘ could become a movie

Indie game To The Moon developed a cult following since its 2011 release, with the heartbreaking RPG earning kudos for its plot and memorable soundtrack. Its about two doctors who try to help a man (kind of) fulfill his dying wish of going to the mo...

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‘Dallas & Robo‘ pairs a trucker and a robot to save the solar system

Earlier the month, YouTube announced a new Kat Dennings- and John Cena-led animated series for its Red, soon to be Premium, platform -- a buddy comedy from the company behind BoJack Horseman about a space trucker and a robot. In Dallas amp; Robo, th...

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Boeing‘s folding wingtips get the FAA green light

Passengers on Boeings new line of 777 planes might not have to take a bus from the gate across the tarmac, despite much larger wings potentially making it difficult for the aircraft to navigate terminals. Thats because the company received Federal...

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Amazon Studios moves ahead with film on inventor of the high five

Amazon Studios has lined up some potentially heart-wrenching dramas, but nothing may be as compelling as the creation of the high five. The media company has ordered a script rewrite for a film about Glenn Burke, a Major League Baseball player whos...

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House Democrats mobilize for next phase of net neutrality fight

Earlier this week, Senate Democrats, with the help of three Republicans, managed to pass a resolution to save net neutrality before its upcoming repeal in June. Now their counterparts in the House are trying to rally enough signatures to force a simi...

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Bank of America‘s AI assistant is ready to help with your finances

Weve been expecting voice-powered virtual assistants in financial apps for a while now mdash; Bank of America started developing its own back in 2016. Dubbed Erica, the virtual assistant is now ready to roll out to the banks 25 million mobile clie...

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The tiny house craze has gone too far

Researchers in France have built a teeny, tiny house. Its just a few micrometers wide, too small for even a mite to fit inside, and demonstrates that a focused ion beam and a small robot can create 3D microstructures with incredible accuracy and pre...

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ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 packs Intel i9 power and 4K display

ASUS is adding some extra punch to its new ZenBook Pro 15 while still keeping the laptop slim and light. Its one of the first portable computers to offer Intels new 8th-generation, six-core i9-8950HK processor even though its just 18.9mm thin and...

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FCC will investigate sketchy location tracking company

Not even a full day after phone tracking firm LocationSmart reportedly leaked location data on its website, the FCC is getting involved. As originally reported by Reuters, the matter is being referred to the FCCs enforcement bureau. An FCC spokesper...

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Netflix lands political comedy with Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro

Netflix is continuing its recent string of big comedy coups. The service has acquired First Ladies, a political comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and comedienne Tig Notaro. The movie (penned by Notaro and wife Stephanie Allynne) will chronicle the e...

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Trump reportedly urged Postmaster General to charge Amazon more

President Trump has been angry at Amazon for some time now. He has said that the company and others like it are a bad deal for the US Postal Service. After these remarks, the White House convened a task force to take a closer look at the USPS and its...

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Sprint offers free LTE data to anyone who buys a Snapdragon PC

The best thing about Qualcomm and Microsofts Always Connected PC platform is the promise of being online anywhere, anytime. But that can also come at a cost -- data isnt free. That is, until now. Sprint is offering free unlimited 4G LTE to anyone...

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In time for hacking season, the US has no cybersecurity coordinator

Picture the scene: John Bolton stands proudly against a backdrop of an American flag, smiling beneath his pruriently confrontative mustache, dusting his hands off as befits a man whos just completed a task of wistfully virile middle-management. Joh...

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VR in the sky is better than VR in your home

Im watching someone on the edge of a helicopter as he counts down with his hands. Three, two, one, and we leap. Well, I dont actually leap. Instead, I fall forward into an iFly indoor skydiving wind tunnel and I start to float. In my helmet, I...

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‘Arrested Development‘ creator: Tambor too crucial to cut

While Netflix confirmed that Jeffrey Tambor would appear on the fifth season of Arrested Development, it wasnt clear how much. The actor left Transparent in February after multiple sexual harassment allegations kept the show in limbo, raising the qu...

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Snap CEO reportedly released redesign despite warnings from designers

Snapchats major redesign was widely unpopular, contributing to a decline in Snaps growth and, ultimately, another redesign. Now, The Information reports that the design was released despite reservations from Snapchat engineers and a mediocre perfor...

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YouTube‘s ‘Artist on the Rise‘ program spotlights new music stars

There are few better ways to win points with your music-loving friends than being the first to find a great new artist. Its easier to find emerging names through streaming rather than by trawling through the latest release section at a record store....

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Four men linked to Mugshots.com have been charged with extortion

Four men allegedly behind the website Mugshots.com have been arrested and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced charges of extortion, money laundering and identity theft. The website mines information from police department websites, p...

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