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This Kickstarter campaign wants to help keep your Mac charger organized

MacBook users everywhere have the same complaint: its charger kind of sucks. The wires are too chunky to wrap up, making it difficult to pack up alongside your laptop. And

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The Google Home Max and Mini are the high and low-end speakers Google was missing

Google Home is growing up… and shrinking down. Google surprised us all by launching not one, but two new Google Homes to round out its lineup of voice-enabled speakers: the Google

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Facebook’s desktop messaging app is finally here

Your prayers have been answered. Facebook has finally released a beta version of Workplace Chat, a desktop messaging service for businesses. The new messaging service is essentially a competitor to

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The iPhone 8’s wireless charging might not be as exciting as we hope

Apple is expected to introduce wireless charging to the next iPhone at its September 12 event— but the feature might not be as impressive as we originally thought, at least to

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Alexa and Cortana will now be able to talk to each other to control your smart home

Two of the biggest tech companies on the planet, Microsoft and Amazon, have decided to allow their digital assistants to speak to each other, and it could be the beginning of a great

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How the evolution of technology changed the way we listen to music

When you’re sitting in the park listening to music on your wireless speaker, you’re probably too busy enjoying the vibe to pontificate on the science and innovation that brought music

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Everything you want to know about the Galaxy Note 8 was just leaked

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 has been a long time coming, but it launches later this month — and now we might know exactly what’ll be under the hood when it

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August is an awesome month for skywatching: Here’s how to make the most of it

Get out your comfy blankets and red light flashlights: August is going to be quite a month for skywatchers. Usually this month is a great time to watch the skies

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Teaching the Google Generation

A few years ago I was lucky enough to attend a conference that was hosted at Google’s offices in Mountain View. At one point we were led on a tour

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AI is changing the way medical technicians work

When MIT successfully created AI that can diagnose skin cancer it was a massive step in the right direction for medical science. A neural-network can process huge amounts of data. More data means