(TECH NEWS) Google takes looking for product video reviews and recommendations to the next level by planning to turn YouTube into an e-commerce site.
(TECH NEWS) Talk about futuristic! This app allows you to create quizzes, surveys, an online store, and even a website in minutes--without typing.
[BUSINESS NEWS] In preparation for the expected surge in COVID cases and the holiday season, retail grocery stores are stocking up on goods now.
[TECH NEWS] You'll soon be able to create shared Slack channels to collaborate and communicate more effectively with external partners.
(TECH NEWS) Wouldn’t it be cool to just roll up your TV and put it away? LG’s rollable TV is what you crave, but its price...
(TECH NEWS) Not to be outdone by Amazon, Walmart throws their hat, er, drones into the delivery game to try and catch up on innovation.
(TECH NEWS) Google's new Chromecast brings new features and smoother performance to the table for a perfectly reasonable price tag.
(TECH NEWS) Amazon One uses biometric palm reading, which sounds like science fiction. But here's a few things you may want to know before you try...
(TECH NEWS) Hold for Me is a new optional feature for Google Pixel phones that uses an AI to hold during long wait times so you...
(TECH NEWS) Even if you're taking precautions, you can still have your privacy ruined by online trackers. The web tool, Blacklight, spotlights pesky privacy trackers you...
(TECH NEWS) With the rise of the smart home and mail theft, Amazon's new Ring product is the perfect addition to protect your letters and packages.
(TECH NEWS) Tech hubs are shifting as degree holders move, but it's causing some other issues and raising some interesting questions about the future of jobs.
(TECH NEWS) The Apple Watch Series 6 is a ridiculous display of self-flattery—but that doesn’t mean people won’t line up to buy it in droves.
(TECH NEWS) This powerful AI language processor sounds surprisingly human, and Microsoft has acquired rights to the code. How much should we worry?
(TECH NEWS) For the all-time low price of—well, free—Invise gives you the option of learning a few basic UI and UX design techniques.
(TECH NEWS) Google's newest toy is designed to "put people first" by alleviating video and audio issues for conference room meetings.
(TECH NEWS) Wait, geofences do what? Law enforcement can pull your private data if you're in the wrong place at the wrong time.
(TECH NEWS) The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Amazon for drone delivery service, but when will the drones actually take flight?
(TECH NEWS) As Apple moves to verify third-party MacBook repair services, some anticipate problems despite more access.
(TECH NEWS) Pilotless planes are no longer a thing of the past: Aviation startup, Reliable Robotics, already has passenger planes on the runway, and they don’t...
(TECH NEWS) Now that many of us have grown accustomed to remote work whether we like it or not, can we expect it to stick around...
(TECH NEWS) Boeing still uses floppy disks to install updates for its 747s and 737s. But if it "ain't broke," do we need to stress over...
(TECH NEWS) Remotehour is the interesting app that allows for open-door-policy via webcam while working from home to make it easier for employees to talk to...
(TECH NEWS) Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang created the Data Dividend Project to make sure you get paid when companies use your data to make money.
[TECH NEWS] Oculus produces one of the best VR headsets on the planet, but the company's partnership with Facebook may destroy their reputation and user base.
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