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Google Assistant gets a customized alarm, based on weather and time

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Alarm clocks were one of the most obvious implementations since the introduction of the smart screen. Devices like Lenovo’s Smart Clock and the Amazon...

SpaceX and Rocket Lab launch rockets and X-Wings take flight

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This week saw a ton of activity in the space industry, with multiple launches, key preparations for commercial crew missions, robots and much more. Besides...

Sonos acquires voice assistant startup Snips, potentially to build out on-device...

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Sonos revealed during its quarterly earnings report that it has acquired voice assistant startup Snips in a $37 million cash deal, Variety reported on...

Mercedes prices its all-electric EQC SUV at $67,900

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The Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC, the German automaker’s first all-electric vehicle under its new EQ brand, will start at $67,900 when it arrives in...

Google is killing off Allo, its latest messaging app flop

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The messaging app was only launched in September 2016 but it was pretty much flawed from the word go with limited usage. Google was, once...

Just say no to HomePod, Apple’s holiday lump of coal

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Yesterday, I launched a 2018 holiday shopping guide for Apple products, focused on helping you pick the best Apple Watch, iPad, iPhone, Mac, and...

Korean AI startup Skelter Labs lands strategic investment to expand to...

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Korean AI startup Skelter Labs is expanding to Southeast Asia after it pulled in undisclosed funding from Singapore-based VC firm Golden Gate Ventures. Skelter Labs...

Google’s Home Hub can be bricked with one line of code

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Security advocate Jerry Gamblin has posted a set of instructions – essentially basic lines of XML – that can easily pull important information off...

You can now use the Google Assistant to order an Uber...

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If you ever wanted to use your Google Assistant to book a ride with Uber or Lyft, your wishes have been heard. Starting today,...

Amazon researchers share how AI helps Alexa answer follow-up questions

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Humans have an easy time with context carryover — the ability to track references through rounds of conversation (like inferring the meaning of “there”...