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Here’s every game we know you can play on the Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's Switch event included a look at more 30 games coming to the upcoming platform. Highlights include 'Super Mario Odyssey,' and 'Splatoon 2,' not to mention the next entry in the Zelda franchise.
Social Media

Simplify your workflow: Vimeo video review features make collaboration easy

Video sharing giant Vimeo announced some new review functionality aimed at making the important process of feedback and collaboration easier than ever. Colleagues across the globe can now collaborate in real time.
Mobile

Unicode is taking the redhead emoji problem very seriously

People have been clamoring for redhead emoji for months, and they might finally get their wish later this year. The Unicode Consortium is hard at work on a solution and will meet with Apple soon.
Cool Tech

Researchers activate graphene’s hidden superconductor abilities

Thanks to U.K. researchers, wonder material graphene has another confirmed skill: The ability to work as a superconductor, meaning that electrical current flows through it with zero resistance.
Mobile

Sony may unveil follow-ups to Xperia X, Xperia XA at Mobile World Congress

Sony is gearing up to launch a new Xperia X and Xperia XA, its first phones of 2017. Here's everything we know about their hardware, design, nuances, availability, and pricing so far.
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Samsung details series of failures that led to exploding Note 7 phones 3:06

Plus: Tesla's Autopilot is still flying after NHTSA crash investigation, and Uber overstated what drivers could make, so the FTC made them pay up.
Mobile

Google knows about the Pixel’s audio bugs, and it is working on a fix

Pixel and Pixel XL users have been reporting static at high volumes since late last year, and it seems Google will soon deliver a solution. The company responded to customers, saying it's a software issue.
Home

Sonos' smart speakers could one day integrate with all digital assistants

Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home have eaten into Sonos' market, but that doesn't mean the company is holding a grudge. Newly minted Sonos CEO Patrick Spence wants Sonos' speakers to play nice with all the new digital…
Virtual Reality

With support for 360-degree YouTube videos, PlayStation VR lets you see more

If you ever felt that there wasn't enough content to justify buying a PSVR headset, that may have just changed, as Sony has now added support for YouTube's expansive library of 360-degree videos.
Cool Tech

Slacker hacker: Programmer uses AI to disguise his screen when his boss nears

There is a new AI application that will be appreciated by internet-browsing employees around the world -- a deep learning face-recognition program that can hide your computer screen when your boss walks by your desk.
Computing

‘Dear Angelica’ proves that illustrations can make for compelling VR cinema

Most VR films use techniques that are more animated to create the most immersive experience possible. As the VR film Dear Angelica demonstrates, artists are nothing if not creative and illustration is also an effective VR medium.
Photography

Think science can be art? The Hubble Telescope thinks so with its new gallery

On Friday, the Hubble Space Telescope organization announced a traveling gallery of images from the telescope. The gallery, which includes photos as well as paintings and sculptures, will be coming to the U.S. at a later date.