The best HDMI cables for your Entertainment Center

The best HDMI cables for your Entertainment Center

Choose the right HDMI cable for a better home entertainment experience.

The best Nintendo Switch accessories to maximize your fun

The best Nintendo Switch accessories to maximize your fun

Since the panel is the most versatile, the most versatile accessories are available.

Table etiquette taught by the robot could explain why it doesn't follow the rules

Table etiquette taught by the robot could explain why it doesn't follow the rules

We use so-called inner speech, where we talk to ourselves, to evaluate situations and make better decisions. Now, a robot has been trained to speak aloud its internal decision-making process, giving us insight into how it prioritizes competitive needs.

TikTok sues billions of dollars using children's data

TikTok sues billions of dollars using children's data

TikTok is facing a legal challenge from former UK child commissioner Anne Longfield over how it collects and uses child data.

Will Apple and other tech companies launch a better watch because of Covid?

Will Apple and other tech companies launch a better watch because of Covid?

In 2000, the scene where Steve Ballmer, then a Microsoft CEO, sweaty, full of energy, became a viral hit after he stepped onto the stage and shouted over and over again. Same word.

Facebook faces mass legal action over data leaks

Facebook faces mass legal action over data leaks

Facebook users whose data was compromised due to a big data leak are being urged to take legal action against the tech giant.

The artificial nervous system senses light and learns to emulate people

The artificial nervous system senses light and learns to emulate people

A simple nervous system can mimic how humans respond to light and learn to perform basic tasks. This principle can be used to make robots and prosthetics more useful.

Can the European Union stop artificial intelligence?

Can the European Union stop artificial intelligence?

A European Union plan to regulate artificial intelligence could lead companies to violate proposed rules of mass surveillance and discrimination fined millions of euros. The bill, leaked before its official release later this month, shows the EU is trying to figure out "a third way" to regulate AI,

China's bitcoin mining emissions will reach 130 million tons by 2024

China's bitcoin mining emissions will reach 130 million tons by 2024

Carbon mining related carbon emissions have risen rapidly in China, and they will soon outstrip the total annual emissions of mid-sized European countries.

Rate your PC on fire: Awaken in technology inequality

Rate your PC on fire: Awaken in technology inequality

From Siri to the QWERTY keyboard, inequality has been embedded in the technology we increasingly rely on. A new book, Your Computer on Fire, is a call to recognize technology problems - and fix them.

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