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From your mouth to screen, transcribing takes the next step

Sam Liang longs for his mother and wishes he could recapture the...

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‘Fingerprinting’ to track us online is on the rise. Here’s what to do.

If there’s one lesson to learn about digital privacy, it’s that we can never grow complacent. Even if we secure...

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Facebook plans its own cryptocurrency

Facebook unveiled an ambitious plan Tuesday to create an alternative financial system that relies on a cryptocurrency that the company...

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How updates from Apple & Google will change your smartphone

Year after year, Apple and Google announce big upgrades for their smartphone operating systems. That means the software that makes...

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Ahead of its time: Samsung’s premium line of 8K TVs

Setting a new benchmark in TV technology, Samsung launched the world’s first QLED 8K TV at Delhi’s DLF Emporio on...

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Pokémon Sleep wants to make snoozing a game, too

For a few heady months in 2016, Pokémon Go transformed the morning commute for millions of people into a critter-hunting...

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Google’s Duplex uses AI to mimic humans (sometimes)

On a recent afternoon at the Lao Thai Kitchen restaurant, the telephone rang and the caller ID read “Google Assistant.”...

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Tech-savvy city bans a crime- fighting tool: Facial recognition

San Francisco, long at the heart of the technology revolution, took a stand against potential abuse on Tuesday by banning...

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Europe is reining in tech giants. But some say it’s going too far

In Spain, activists were convicted for social media posts that violated an expanded anti-terrorism law. The Twitter accounts of German...