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Google just made its Show and Tell AI system open source on TensorFlow

Two years ago, the Google Brain team began employing machine learning techniques to teach a computer how to interpret and caption images. It's only gotten better since then, and now it has gone open source.
Movies & TV

‘The Magnificent Seven’ brings the fun (and guns) back to westerns

Director Antoine Fuqua's ensemble-driven western The Magnificent Seven is a thrilling return to form for the genre that's more than just a remake.
Mobile

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
Cars

How Renault could double the (currently limited) range of its all-electric Zoe hatchback

Renault is allegedly preparing to introduce an updated version of the electric Zoe with considerably more range. Inside sources claim the Zoe can drive for up to 200 miles on a charge thanks to a lighter electric motor and a new battery…
Mobile

20 annoying OnePlus 2 problems, and how to fix them

Is your OnePlus 2 on the fritz? Here, we take a look at a wide array of common OnePlus 2 problems and try to identify workarounds and possible solutions that may fix the issues at hand.
Social Media

Insta-billboard: Instagram's active advertisers grow from zero to 500,000 in one year

Today, Instagram announced it has officially hit its next milestone in advertisers -- 500,000. This news comes less than seven months after it announced it had crossed the 200,000 mark.
Music

KISS’ Paul Stanley talks vinyl, Spotify, ‘the injustice of the internet’

KISS frontman Paul Stanley explains why the internet hasn’t been good for artists, why he isn’t as enamored with vinyl as everyone else, and how KISS’ legendary Las Vegas act translates into Blu-ray and Dolby Atmos for ‘KISS Rocks…
Podcasts

Trends with Benefits: Controlling trolls, Yahoo’s pwned, Apple wants a car company

Hackers hit Yahoo, Apple eyes McLaren and Lit Motors, Alex apps proliferate, Google fights trolls with Conversation AI, what’s next for Nintendo’s NX?
Social Media

LinkedIn undergoes big redesign in bid to become your new favorite social network

LinkedIn is overhauling its flagship social network, with the addition of new features such as messaging bots, and trending news, in an effort to boost engagement. The company also debuted a new online learning platform.
Mobile

10 percent of Galaxy Note 7 owners are exchanging it for a different phone

Samsung said on Thursday that so far half a million U.S.-based Galaxy Note 7 owners have exchanged their potentially dangerous phone, with "90 percent" happy to swap it for another Note 7. Which means 50,000 have opted for something else.
Cool Tech

Robots will soon be delivering groceries in Washington, DC

Compared to Amazon's ambitious drone delivery plan, Starship Technologies' solution for last-mile delivery is a little more, you might say, down to earth. Using self-driving robots, the firm is about to trial grocery delivery in the…