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Listening to you speak could help reveal stress, depression, and even heart conditions

Can the same technology which analyzes emotion in voices also be used to identify health-related issues, ranging from stress to heart conditions? A team of researchers certainly thinks it can.
Computing

Google reaches for the stars with rumored do-it-all laptop running new "Andromeda" OS

Google may debut a laptop and tablet hybrid in 2017 that runs an operating system that merges Android and Chrome OS. Internally, the OS is codenamed Andromeda. The ultra-thin laptop is rumored to cost $800.
Music

Music made with Alan Turing’s massive computer restored after more than 50 years

Alan Turing is celebrated for many things — as the father of computer science, legendary Nazi code breaker, and mind behind the Turing test. But few people view his as a pioneer of electronic music. Until now.
Mobile

iOS 10 was not great for Apple’s backup security, experts say

In love with the new iOS 10? If you're a hacker, you might be as well. That's because the newest operating system allegedly makes it "considerably easier" to hack iTunes logins for backup passwords stored on a Mac or PC.
Computing

Have a .RAR file? Here’s how to get that sucker open

Few things are more bothersome than not being able to open a file when you need it most. Check out our quick guide about opening RAR files in Windows and MacOS, so you'll have little trouble opening the file format on either platform.
Web

Why doesn’t Korean Air offer in-flight Wi-Fi? Because it sucks, a top executive says

In Korea, the wireless infrastructure is so advanced that in-flight Internet services based on existing commercial satellite technology would be disappointing. That is a primary reason why Korean Air has not implemented in-flight Wi-Fi
Mobile

An Android and Chrome OS merger may be in the works

A long-rumored unity between Google's Android and Chrome OS may finally be ready for public eyes. It's code-named Andromeda, and it means October 4 is going to be a jam-packed event.
Computing

How to transfer music from an iPod to a Mac or PC

Have songs stuck on your iPod, but don't know how to properly transfer them to your PC or Mac? Here's how to quickly do it using iTunes or iExplorer, while minimizing potential conflicts and duplicate songs.
Music

Listen to this AI-composed song in the style of The Beatles

Who needs The Beatles, anyway? Algorithms are all the rage, after Sony's Flow Machines project successfully created two entire pop songs composed by artificial intelligence, one in the musical styling of the Fab Four.
Computing

Best Google Easter eggs

Google is known for playing pranks every year in April, but the fun doesn't stop there. The company has also hidden Easter eggs throughout the web and if you know where to look, you can find them.
Virtual Reality

Ready to take the plunge into VR? These are the only headsets worth buying

Virtual reality is finally going mainstream, but which headset is right for your needs? Check out a few of our favorites, whether you want the best of the best or a budget-based alternative that's specifically designed for your mobile…
Gaming

Ubisoft’s latest ‘Watch Dogs 2’ trailer sets up the story for the upcoming game

Ubisoft has released a new trailer for the upcoming game "Watch Dogs 2" that teases the story. The "Watch Dogs" sequel is headed for the the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on November 15 in Standard, Deluxe, and Gold…