• This Startup Uses AI to Turn Animal-Based Foods Vegan

    This Startup Uses AI to Turn Animal-Based Foods Vegan

    If a Chilean startup has its way, more vegan products could soon wind up on US store shelves with the help of artificial intelligence.Reuters reports that the company has found some success back at home, inking deals to sell its "Not Mayo" product in supermarkets across Chile, and now it's looking towards the US market.
  • Facebook Glitch Reposts Old Photos

    Facebook Glitch Reposts Old Photos

    Did you notice old photos appearing on your Facebook timeline and News Feed this morning?Rest assured, you're not going nuts; a Facebook glitch appears to have resurfaced images that are months old.
  • Report: VW's Porsche Probed Over Emissions-Cheating Tech

    Report: VW's Porsche Probed Over Emissions-Cheating Tech

    Another Volkswagen subsidiary is in the hot seat over car emissions testing.German officials are reportedly investigating luxury sportscar brand Porsche based on claims it disguised vehicles' carbon dioxide emissions under test conditions.
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    Malwarebytes 3.0 Free

    For many years, Malwarebytes has been the go-to solution when other antivirus products drop the ball.0 Free is still available to clean up malware's messes.
  • Logitech POP Switch Starter Pack

    Logitech POP Switch Starter Pack

    Logitech has taken that concept and turned it into an incredibly clever home automation device called the POP Home Switch.The POP Switch is a 2.
  • Solve Your Problems With IKEA 'Retail Therapy'

    Solve Your Problems With IKEA 'Retail Therapy'

    The world is so big, it's easy to forget that we all share the same problems: a snoring partner, self-centered friend, mischievous kids, disconnected siblings.But IKEA wants to bring people together the best way it knows how: shopping.
  • Twitter 'Accidentally' Killed @ Usernames

    Twitter 'Accidentally' Killed @ Usernames

    Oops: Twitter on Thursday "accidentally" removed the @ identifier from the start of iOS users' tweet responses.Citing an "experiment around replies," the company gave folks a glimpse into a micro-blogging world where usernames don't count toward character limits.
  • Data Journalism: It's More Than Just Charts and Spreadsheets

    Data Journalism: It's More Than Just Charts and Spreadsheets

    Today we're going to talk about data journalism, the Internet of Things, and how Keefe monitored voter behavior in real time across the country.Then we invited people- Dan Costa: How did you get access to that data?
  • BOTS Act Cracks Down on Cyber Scalpers

    BOTS Act Cracks Down on Cyber Scalpers

    The US government is cracking down on cyber scalpers.Congress this week passed federal legislation prohibiting the use of online bots to stockpile event tickets for resale at marked-up prices.
  • Google Gives Developers the Keys to Google Home

    Google Gives Developers the Keys to Google Home

    In a jab at Amazon, whose competing Alexa virtual assistant offers third-party integrations via "skills" that users must enable, Google noted that its approach, called "actions," mimics real human conversation.As with Google Home's native functions, such as checking your calendar or monitoring traffic and weather, third-party actions are performed by first saying "OK, Google," followed by the name of the service you want to use.
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    LogMeOnce Password Management Suite Ultimate 5.2

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  • Microsoft and Intel's PC Revolution Is Called 'Project Evo'

    Microsoft and Intel's PC Revolution Is Called 'Project Evo'

    The first area Project Evo aims to improve is communication through Cortana.Rather than catering to a person sitting at a PC, Microsoft and Intel will expand that to allow Cortana to function across an entire room (think Amazon Echo, but Microsoft's take using a PC).
  • Report: Apple Eyes Early Access to New Movies

    Report: Apple Eyes Early Access to New Movies

    That's the million-dollar question Apple is trying to answer., and Universal Pictures—three of the five top-grossing distributors—are eyeing "high-priced home-video rentals" of new movies soon after they open in theaters.
  • SimpliSafe Home Security System

    SimpliSafe Home Security System

    If you want a one-stop home monitoring solution that encompasses more than just security, adding environmental sensors makes sense.Compared with the Vivint Sky home security system, monitoring fees cost at least twice that of SimpliSafe, ranging from $50-$70 per month.
  • Facetune 2 (for iPhone)

    Facetune 2 (for iPhone)

    The company still offers the original Facetune app in the App Store for a $5.It's still a great app, but it lacks some of Facetune 2's coolest features, such as Relight and live face reshaping (more on these in bit).
  • Google Can Now 'Speak Emoji' on Twitter

    Google Can Now 'Speak Emoji' on Twitter

    Now you can just tweet the burger emoji at Google for an answer.On Tuesday, Google announced that it can now "speak emoji.
  • GE Puts Amazon's Alexa Inside a Table Lamp

    GE Puts Amazon's Alexa Inside a Table Lamp

    You'll find Amazon's Alexa voice assistant ready to take your commands from an Echo speaker, an Amazon Fire TV remote, and now, a table lamp.The lamp can be used to trigger Alexa's core functions, like ordering from Amazon, as well as Alexa "skills" that give the assistant power to control third-party devices and services, like your Google calendar or your lawn sprinklers.
  • Intelligent Patching Makes Android App Updates 65 Percent Smaller

    Intelligent Patching Makes Android App Updates 65 Percent Smaller

    There is one trade off to this new method of patching: more processing is required on the target device in order to apply the patch.Extra processing time means batteries drain more quickly, but we're only talking a few seconds per app here.
  • MIT System Simplifies DIY Drone Building

    MIT System Simplifies DIY Drone Building

    A new system allows users to design, simulate, and build their own custom drone based on specific requirements including payload, cost, flight time, battery usage, and other factors.But CSAIL's program makes it easy for anyone, even without a computer-science background, to design a UAV.
  • Google Open Sources DeepMind Lab for AI Research

    Google Open Sources DeepMind Lab for AI Research

    Google is open sourcing its DeepMind Lab to the artificial intelligence research community.Described as a "3D game-like platform," DeepMind Lab serves as a testing ground for building smarter AI.