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LG has partnered with AI company Cerence to make an AI voice-assistant that is capable of being used to control various aspects of car's entertainment system, navigation, calling and more.
The National Security Agency is putting computer security before its own agenda by notifying Microsoft of a bug in Windows 10 and not weaponizing it - like the group did in the past.
The Kremlin likely hacked the oil giant. Its next play: selectively release—and even forge—documents. Did the US learn enough from 2016 to ignore them?
Instagram confirmed on Tuesday that a small group of users is testing a web version of its Direct Messages, which will work like the mobile service. The global roll out has not yet been released.
In a WIRED Q&A, the US chief technology officer warns against overregulating tech, underestimating the Chinese, and losing America's lead in quantum computing.
Its stock has soared past $500 per share. That's a hopeful sign that the company might finally be executing smoothly.
Google describes a new model developed by the company called 'nowcasting' which it says has shown success in accurately predict weather patterns with 'instantaneous' results.
Earth's most indestructible animal has a weakness - global warming. In a study, 50% of tardigrades were unable to survive long-term exposure to temperatures above 98.78 degrees Fahrenheit.
The next version of Google's Chrome OS will support a limited number of touchscreen gestures to control hybrid laptops with touchscreens or tablets that use the operating system.
The market for offsets is booming as companies seek to burnish their green credentials. But only some investments make a difference.
Demand for smartphones and other devices has driven new interest in mining in the deep sea, say researchers from Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences.
Security company Mimecast has uncovered an extortion campaign that threatens email users by saying compromising footage obtained through a Google smart camera will be uploaded to porn sites.
There's never been anything like the 'Jeopardy!' GOAT tournament. There never will be again.
Researchers from Switzerland studied the behaviour of mice infected with the parasite, which can be caught from cat faeces, finding they were more willing to explore, interact with humans and investigate animal odours.
The system was trialled on Ford Puma mini-SUVs sold in Europe and is now expected to be rolled out to 80 per cent of all new Fords manufactured by the end of 2020.
After years of invasive pop-ups asking for notification permission, Chrome and Firefox have finally taken action.
Yahoo Mail crashed for hundreds of users up and down the UK. According to downdetector, 82 per cent of affected Yahoo Mail users experienced problems logging in to their email.
Or, how long would it take to fill a swimming pool from a water fountain? Let's have fun with numbers\!
Designers need to consider the ethics of gendering not just AI voices, but also their tone, speed, word choice, and other speech patterns.
They're also incredibly comforting—a perfect visual representation of our collective apathy in the face of overstimulation and a glut of content.