• Apple Starts Rejecting Apps if Name Includes Price

    Apple Starts Rejecting Apps if Name Includes Price

    Developers will take any advantage they can get in the overly crowded app stores for Apple's platforms, and that includes reminding potential customers that their app is completely free to use.To that end, it's common to see "free" included as part of the app name.
  • Google Home Now Controls More of Your Home

    Google Home Now Controls More of Your Home

    Among the integrations is support for August smart locks, which will allow you to lock your front door or check to make sure it's locked by saying, "Ok Google, ask August, lock my door" or "Ok Google, ask August if my door is locked.On the home entertainment front, Logitech Harmony remotes are now Google Home-compatible.
  • IKEA Launches Smart Lighting System

    IKEA Launches Smart Lighting System

    Controlling all of your home lighting with an app is convenient, but also potentially quite expensive considering you'll need the hardware and the light bulbs to do it.The most well-known name in this area of tech is Philips Hue, but Philips is getting some new Smart Home competition from another very well-known brand in the form of IKEA.
  • LG's Putting Alexa in Everything (Except Phones)

    LG's Putting Alexa in Everything (Except Phones)

    In a meeting at LG's Seoul headquarters, we got a closer look at LG's upcoming robot home hub, which could be the center of an Alexa-enabled home when it comes out early in 2018.Even [LG's own] webOS is an option for us down the road," Kim said.
  • Ryzen 7 Chips Are Locking Up PCs, AMD Knows Why

    Ryzen 7 Chips Are Locking Up PCs, AMD Knows Why

    They are fast and significantly cheaper than Intel's equivalent Core processors.But with Ryzen chips now making their way into desktop PCs, AMD experienced its first major problem.
  • China Battles Toilet Paper Thieves With Facial Recognition

    China Battles Toilet Paper Thieves With Facial Recognition

    Do you plan on stealing some toilet paper from public restrooms on your next trip to Beijing?So the temple's management installed high-tech machines in the restrooms that scan people's faces before dispensing tissue.
  • Microsoft Cortana (for iPhone)

    Microsoft Cortana (for iPhone)

    With the free Cortana iPhone app, I can get Cortana's help from my Apple handset.The Cortana iPhone app does have some limitations not shared by Siri, but it also adds unique capabilities of its own.
  • Disney Researchers Catch a Real Ball in Virtual Reality

    Disney Researchers Catch a Real Ball in Virtual Reality

    Too much latency means the virtual representation of the ball the user sees is not actually where the ball is, which makes it much more difficult to catch.To solve that problem, Disney Research setup a very low latency ball tracking system.
  • Game Boy Color Emulator Ported to Apple Watch

    Game Boy Color Emulator Ported to Apple Watch

    He's owned an Apple Watch for a few months and was disappointed with a lack of content for the tiny device.So he made his own game for it called Saqqara, but that still wasn't enough, so he set about making a Game Boy Color emulator run on Apple's smallest gadget.
  • Apple iMovie (for iPhone)

    Apple iMovie (for iPhone)

    The iPhone's video-recording capability is so good—with up to 4K resolution, optical image stabilization, and continuous autofocus—you really should take advantage of it.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Adobe Premiere Clip (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Instagram (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Artisto (for iPhone) %displayPrice% ProCamera (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Flickr (for iPhone) %displayPrice% Pricing and Starting Up If you your iPhone was purchased after September 1, 2013, it's a free download.
  • Dolphin Emulator Can Buy Wii Shop Games

    Dolphin Emulator Can Buy Wii Shop Games

    The main goal of any games console emulator is to allow games to be played as they would on real hardware.But the Dolphin emulator is achieving an impressive level of emulation now on a fairly recent system in the form of the Wii.
  • Can Samsung's Bixby Smash Alexa?

    Can Samsung's Bixby Smash Alexa?

    We spoke with Samsung Mobile's CTO, Injong Rhee, at Samsung headquarters in Korea.But the full idea is an "intelligent user interface" to let you control all the features of home electronics.
  • Avira Software Updater Pro

    Avira Software Updater Pro

    The system speedup offered by tune-up utilities is similar, in a way, to what Software Updater does, yet many of those offer a permanent license.But don't worry; you can use the Software Updater without committing to Avira as your universal security software supplier.
  • Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Until now, the only way to view a video attachment in Gmail was to download it to your computer's hard drive and open it in a media player.The Web giant on Thursday announced that video attachements can be previewed in Gmail — no downloading necessary.
  • Google Reduces JPEG Image File Sizes by 35 Percent

    Google Reduces JPEG Image File Sizes by 35 Percent

    Google's research team created a new JPEG encoder that will keep everyone happy.It serves up images that look great, but their file size is 35 percent smaller.
  • Take Alexa On the Go in Amazon's Shopping App

    Take Alexa On the Go in Amazon's Shopping App

    To try it out, press the microphone icon in the Amazon shopping app and ask Alexa to play music, tell jokes, report the weather, read a Kindle book, search for products, or track an order.The Amazon shopping app already lets you search for products using your voice, but the new Alexa integration "goes far beyond search," Amazon said.
  • Roomba Gets Amazon Alexa-Powered Voice Control

    Roomba Gets Amazon Alexa-Powered Voice Control

    This means, if you have an Alexa-enabled device plus a Roomba, you can now start, stop, and pause cleaning jobs with simple voice activated commands like "Alexa, ask Roomba to begin cleaning.This feature will work with any connected Roomba vacuum, such as the Roomba 900 Series.
  • Sex Toy Company Will Pay $3.75M to Settle Spying Claim

    Sex Toy Company Will Pay $3.75M to Settle Spying Claim

    The Canadian maker of an internet-connected sex toy has agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle claims that it collected users' data without their permission.
  • Panda Internet Security (2017)

    Panda Internet Security (2017)

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  • 4 Ways to Avoid Paying $99 for Amazon Prime Free Shipping

    4 Ways to Avoid Paying $99 for Amazon Prime Free Shipping

    Since its launch, though, the company has added a number of perks to Amazon Prime in addition to free, two-day shipping, like Amazon Video streaming, Amazon Music Unlimited, Prime Reading, and Amazon Prime Photos.But perhaps you're on a budget and are looking for ways to pay less than $99 for Amazon Prime free shipping.