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Smart displays are now officially a thing. Here are the models you should know about.
Personal genomics is booming, but there's a nationwide shortage of genetic counselors who can make sense of that DNA data.
When writers swap Trump for Cheeto and 45 it's not just a put-down. Removing a keyword the anti-SEO—transforming your subject into a slippery, ungraspable, swarm.
From the Pixel 3 and its AI-powered camera, to the Home Hub display, to the Chrome-powered Pixel Slate tablet, here's all the new Google hardware.
The 7-inch, voice-controlled display is a home base for the Google Assistant.
The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, shipping this month starting at $799, feature a number of software enhancements that power the camera and the AI features.
Google just revealed its first Chrome OS tablet, the Pixel Slate.
The bot, which speaks with uncanny speech disfluencies like "um" and "umm-hmm," will be made available select Pixel smartphones before the end of the year.
Google uses machine learning and AI to power new camera features, like Top Shot, Night Sight, and Photobooth.
Follow Google's Pixel 3 event on October 9 in New York with our live news updates.
If you care about the momentum principle, this should bother you.
Instagram is now patrolling your feed to flag threatening photos and comments.
The magazine’s editors and art directors share behind-the-scenes details of what made the covers they helped create great.
The internet has made us a planet of autodidacts—but just how are we improving ourselves?
Hey, there are worse things to be learned from videogames.
Deep learning is helping to make prosthetic arms behave more naturally.
We're going big on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more—with a ton of new series and content you'll of course want to watch on the biggest TV you can find.
We're expecting the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, plus a tablet, smart speakers, and more.
Google got caught hiding a privacy issue affecting 500,000 users on the same day it rolled out privacy protections.
How today's internet is rapidly and indifferently killing off many systems while allowing new types of organizations to emerge.