The AI That Dominated Humans in Go Is Already Obsolete

Remember AlphaGo? You know, the artificial intelligence that in 2016 soundly defeated the finest players humanity could muster in the ancient Chinese strategy game of Go; thus forcing us to ...

14 hours ago from Discover Magazine

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Samsung's new VR camera is built for the pros

Samsung has made some moves in the VR space, launching the Gear 360 camera last year and designing its flagship handsets to work with its Gear VR headset. But the newly announced Samsung ...

7 hours ago from Gizmag

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New UE Blast and Megablast speakers jump on Alexa train - CNET

Ultimate Ears' first Wi-Fi speakers are the latest to include Amazon's Alexa voice-powered assistant.

2 hours ago from CNET

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Motorola adds Alexa integration with latest Moto Mod

Amazon's Alexa assistant has a variety of skills to show off at home but hasn't yet become widely used outside the house. It's a realization that Motorola is looking to address with ...

11 hours ago from Techspot

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Adobe Lightroom CC is a cloud-based editing app with a simplified interface

Adobe’s migration to the cloud continues on Wednesday with the introduction of several new Creative Cloud updates. Chief among them is a new version of Lightroom that is designed to work ...

15 hours ago from Techspot

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Ready player two: No-frills mini PS4 gamepad is designed for small hands

The PlayStation DualShock controller has kept the same basic shape for over 20 years now, because, well, if it ain't broke… But they can be hard for kids to wrap their little ...

8 hours ago from Gizmag

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Activision’s patented method to drive microtransactions with matchmaking

Unused system could push newbies to "emulate the marquee player" in pairings.

11 hours ago from Arstechnica

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HP targets creative pros with powerful 2-in-1 mobile workstation

Hewlett-Packard unveiled a new 2-in-1 convertible today at Adobe MAX in Las Vegas. The ZBook x2 has been designed to give digital artists, designers and other professionals the power ...

18 hours ago from Gizmag

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Google's new 'Advanced' accounts keep people much safer online – but they're harder to use

They're designed for users who are willing to sacrifice convenience for protection

20 hours ago from The Independent

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