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When traffic snarls up, China’s street-straddling concept bus zooms above it all

How should we sustainably travel shorter distance across congested cities? An innovative public transport design, revisited over the weekend at the 19th international High-Tech Expo in Beijing, might provide a solution.
Music

No, seriously: Spotify is the best streaming service at losing money

Spotify made 81 percent more money in 2015 than it did in 2014, still lost almost $200 million dollars, but with subscribers growing and an IPO on the way, the company is poised to succeed long-term.
Mobile

Google Duo is on the Play Store, but you can only pre-register for now

Google may already have Hangouts, but the company introduced a new video calling app called Duo at Google I/O 2016. This app will let you see live video of the person who is calling before you answer. It's up on the Play Store for…
Movies & TV

Chewbacca mom gets tips from Mr. JJ Abrams himself

Chewbacca mom's viral video is sweeping the nation and James Corden recently had her and her wookiee mask on The Late Late Show's Carpool Karaoke -- along with another very special guest.
Cool Tech

Australian ranchers are turning to farm robots to manage livestock in the Outback

Lack of human resources and remarkable expanse of land in the outback has lead Australian engineers to develop a farmbot designed to herd and monitor livestock, while scanning the ground’s color and texture to determine the…
Mobile

10 great Moto X Style Pure Edition cases and covers

If you’re looking for a little protection, or a different look for your new Moto, then it’s time to shop cases. These are the best Moto X Style cases we’ve seen so far for the new Pure Edition smartphone.
Mobile

Google's Allo messaging app is on the Play Store, available for pre-registration

Google debuted a new app at its I/O 2016 keynote: Allo, a streamlined messaging app with machine learning smarts. It ties into Google's Knowledge Graph and Assistant for streamlining all sorts of tasks.
Wearables

Is your dog feeling ill? Does he need to go potty? Tracy Trackers use AI to tell you

Tracy Trackers aren't your average pet wearable -- the device uses artificial intelligence to monitor your dog's sleeping, eating, and drinking patterns to give you an overview of your dog's health. The best part? It gets better…
Computing

SteelSeries has a modular gaming mouse with a built-in OLED screen and tactile alerts

SteelSeries has launched the Rival 700, a modular mouse for PC gamers packed with an OLED screen and a Tactile Alerts system sending vibrations up through the user's hand. The mouse also sports RGB lighting supporting 16.8 million colors.
Mobile

The Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play could launch on June 9 with six MotoMods in tow

After seeing what Lenovo did with the new Moto G4, we're excited for the next chapter. Could it be the fourth-generation Moto X under a completely new name, the Moto Z? Here's everything we think we know about the upcoming Moto Z Style and…
Gaming

Nintendo NX launches in March 2017 along with Zelda

Here is everything we have heard so far about Nintendo's mysterious, upcoming console, the so-called NX, compiled into one convenient post. Updated 4-27-2016 to include launch window.
Apple

CEO Tim Cook: No, Apple won’t launch a mobile network of its own

Rumors have popped up over the years of Apple considering becoming a mobile carrier and pushing out the other carriers on the market. Tim Cook, however, says that this won't happen.