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Google announces updates for Duo, Allo, Photos, and Google Search in Brazil

Google announced a string of app updates aimed at developing markets -- specifically Brazil. The company's rolling out improvements to Allo, Duo, Google Photos, and more in the coming weeks.
Computing

Logitech's MK850 Performance is the full-size keyboard and mouse combo for all your devices

Logitech offers a full line of keyboards and mice aimed at getting things done, and it's announced its latest options. The MK850 Performance combo offers a new full-featured keyboard and contoured mouse that works on multiple…
Mobile

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 demolishes the competition in new benchmarks

Qualcomm claimed the Snapdragon 835 was the company's fastest mobile chip yet and benchmarks prove that. In tests at the company's HQ, the chip bested Samsung's Exynos processor and Huawei's Kirin.
Photography

Adobe is working on software to cut out the background from any photo

Adobe is working to make clipping a background out of an image simpler using deep learning software. The program relies on structure instead of color to clip out the background.
Computing

Mouse’s facial recognition camera is a cost-effective way to use Windows Hello

A competitively priced camera peripheral from Mouse Computers allows Windows 10 users to log in using the facial-recognition abilities of Windows Hello, without paying for a new computer.
Computing

Keep your data safe wth Lexar’s new JumpDrive Tough thumb drive

Built to withstand the elements and survive a wide range of adverse conditions, Lexar's new JumpDrive Tough is waterproof, shockproof, and includes EncryptStick Lite software to provide 256-bit AES encryption
Computing

Latest bugs in LastPass allowed attackers to steal passwords

LastPass is patching three serious vulnerabilities in its password manager software that left passwords potentially at risk of being stolen. The bugs were discovered by Google’s Tavis Ormandy, a serial bug hunter.
Cool Tech

AI learns when people are using hate speech, even when they use code words

Computer scientists at the University of Rochester have developed a smart algorithm which can detect hate speech slurs in Twitter messages, even when people use code words as disguise.
Photography

Epson $99 printer will spit out anything from smartphone snaps to coloring pages

Epson's latest $99 printer is an all-in-one with a number of connectivity conveniences, including mobile photo printing even without a wireless network in range and an app for editing printable photo projects.
Music

Watch: IBM uses artificial intelligence to make music with Phony Ppl 3:53

IBM's artificial intelligence program Watson Beat uses digital audio from users to composes original music based. We brought that technology to futuristic R&B group Phony PPL to see if actual musicians could find a cool way to…
Mobile

What you need to know about the new electronics travel ban on select flights

New rules preventing plane passengers from taking large electronic devices into the cabin will go into effect this week for airlines flying to the U.S. from eight different countries.
Computing

Microsoft has resolved issues with users being unable to log into its services

If you're having issues logging into a Microsoft service right now, then there may not be anything wrong with your PC. Rather, it's looking like Microsoft itself is what's holding you back.