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The technology could be good for something besides wireless headsets and keyboards.
It's been nearly 20 years since Intel produced a real graphics card.
Fewer bots, more humans.
But still no full ban for the conspiracy theorist who's used Twitter to attack children and families.
Watch out human actors. Robots could be competing for your roles.
Twitter follows the lead of other social media platforms.
Starting Thursday, several useful features are expected to be removed or degraded.
The author says he's "working on" Winds of Winter, and the print books won't always align with the HBO series.
Samsung has announced two Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound bars that will be available from late August, with pricing starting at $1,200.
"New: Tech for seniors," reads one of the company's new ads.
And it's unclear when regulators will resume licensing.
The ban applies specifically to the Mercedes Vito van as well as the Porsche Cayenne and Macan diesels.
No entity involved will confirm or deny what's actually going on.
A leaked announcement confirms your Switch is about to become a Diablo machine.
Groening's new Netflix cartoon has fun taking aim at fantasy tropes, but it could use more lunacy.
But Twitter owns Periscope, so...
I guess not all cars are sea-worthy.
Look out for the Android Pie update on the Moto G6, Moto X4 and Moto Z3 starting this fall.
The LG Styler ThinQ and the Styler Mirrored Glass Door will be on display at Europe's biggest tech trade show.
Google says Android Pie will come to Android Go phones this fall. (No word yet on Samsung Galaxy phones.)