Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant is mostly used through the company’s line of Echo smart speakers.
At the International CES show on Tuesday, Peloton unveiled a $3,995 treadmill. It includes a 32-inch screen for viewing the company’s on-demand fitness classes.
A Volkswagen T6 Transporter van being assembled in Hanover, Germany. Apple has signed a deal under which Volkswagen is to produce self-driving versions of the van to serve as shuttles for the tech giant’s employees.
A robot dog on display at CES this week.
Nasim Najafi Aghdam, the woman the police said shot YouTube employees on Tuesday, protesting with members of People for the Ethical for Animals in 2009.
The actor and part-time tech investor Ashton Kutcher, second from left, presented $4 million worth of digital coins called XRP to Ellen DeGeneres’s favorite charity on her talk show in May.
Summit, the world’s fastest supercomputer, is made up of rows of black refrigerator-size units that weigh a total of 340 tons.
On Friday, Facebook barred Alex Jones, who runs the Infowars website, from posting for 30 days because of repeated policy violations. YouTube has placed a first strike against his account; two more within 90 days would mean termination.
An image from Arizona Sunshine on the HTC Vive.
Samsung has been dealing with slowing revenue from its signature Galaxy S9 smartphone.
If the Frequently Used area of the emoji keyboard, (shown on left), still shows more characters than you want to wade through, create text-replacement shortcuts to use instead. As shown on the right, you can use the shortcuts to automatically insert your favorite pictographs into a message with a few quick keystrokes on the main keyboard.
R.M. Harman, who goes by the nickname Auros, was at Prospect Park in Brooklyn last month to play Ingress. He traveled there from San Francisco.
Google’s interest in China appears to be far broader than just internet search; it’s planning a push into autonomous vehicles, has opened a center for artificial intelligence research and has invested in local companies.
A new privacy law in California, believed to be the toughest in the United States, gives consumers new rights over their personal data.
What’s particularly misleading about online dating, says Daniel Jones, the Modern Love editor, is how everyone on the site is trying to seduce you. “They’re trying to seduce everyone. They’re all saying, ‘Date me!’”
The European Union on Friday enacts the world’s toughest rules to protect people’s online data.
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