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Elon Musk, noted artificial intelligence worrywart, backs the tech firm behind a robot brain that was smart enough to take down a Dota 2 pro this week.
The showdown took the form of an exhibition match staged on Friday at The International 2017, an annual esports tournament. OpenAI's Dota 2 bot faced off in a series of 1v1 matches against Danil...
'Halo Sport' is a headset lined with "primers" that send electric currents through your brain with the goal of stimulating the neurons that may help you train and exercise more efficiently. But we're skeptical.
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If you like the idea of having a Samurai sword, but you’re not really ready to take on the cost and responsibility — not to mention the social stigma of becoming that person with the sword — then a pocket knife could be a good compromise. And if Donald Trump is to be believed, you're probably...
Gmail's iPhone app just got a lot more secure.
The app is now able to warn you about potential phishing attacks when you click on a shady link, Google announced Friday.
If you click on a link that Google thinks could be suspicious, you'll see a warning asking if you're "sure you want to proceed."
The app will also warn when clicking on a link Google...
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Google is celebrating the history of hip hop with — what else — a seriously cool Google Doodle.
The interactive Doodle commemorates the 44th anniversary of the party where DJ Kool Herc is credited with creating hip hop in 1973.
The Doodle features art from graffiti artist Cey Adams and has interactive turntables that let you mix your own samples...
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At long last, one of the greatest #FirstWorldProblems to plague this tech-savvy generation has been solved and it's all thanks to a song.
As anyone with a fairly new vehicle knows, within seconds of plugging in your phone to charge...
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Why go to all the trouble of breaking into an online account when you can just ask for the keys?
While security experts released new password recommendations this summer, legions of hackers long ago realized that...
“This may sound cheesy, but I take a lot of inspiration from Instagram. I follow a lot of chefs on Instagram, so when I’m stuck in traffic, I always check out to see what other chefs are making and figure out how I can do it differently.” As long as Bee has access to his Samsonite Openroad laptop backpack, he’s set. In it he keeps his laptop, k...
To pay or not to pay? For HBO and other companies targeted by cyber criminals, that is increasingly becoming the question.
The network behind Game of Thrones is the latest victim of a massive digital breach, with hackers claiming to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of data that includes unreleased show episodes, scripts, and internal company documents.
Facebook has killed yet another one of its Snapchat clones.
The social network quietly yanked Lifestage, the bizarre Snapchat-like app that was only for high schoolers, from the App Store last week.
The app was launched less than a year ago but, like Facebook's many other attempts at replicating Snapchat, Lifestage never gained much traction with...
On Monday, a somewhat low-resolution photo of a supposed iPhone 8 from a post on China's MyDrivers, via Weibo, showed a casing described by some as copper.
Don't waste your precious time boiling water and dunking a teabag — have a machine brew your tea for you. If convenience is everything, the futuristic T-Square from Gourmia will leave you with a remarkably rich and satisfying cup of tea at the push of a button.
All you have to do is fill the tank with water, add your favorite loose-leaf tea to the...
No matter what line of work you're in, there's a good chance you could use a little (okay, a lot) less email in your life.
Enter Astro, which won't let you ditch email for good (sadly), but it will help make overflowing inboxes more manageable.
The app has just about all the features you'd expect from an email client — priority inbox, customizable s...
If Twitter has one major headache that never seems to go away, it's trolls.
But things might now be starting to look up. The company, once content to do almost nothing to address harassment on its platform, has taken a new approach in recent months with a string of updates meant to crack down on abuse and hate.
Just how effective those steps have...
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Early Saturday morning, a report in Motherboard revealed the existence of a 10-page document written by a Google engineer that said that inherent differences between men and women accounted for the gender gap in tech and opposed diversity initiatives at...
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