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Recent articles by D.:

Adidas launches three new sets of true wireless earbuds

The premium models get ANC, while the standard units have longer battery life.. → Read More

Oura’s updated smart ring has continuous heart-rate tracking

It has been identified as a potential weapon in the fight against COVID-19.. → Read More

Internal Facebook documents highlight its moderation and misinformation issues

A trove of internal documents show Facebook is in turmoil over decisions around moderation, safety and growth.. → Read More

Here’s how to deal with those badly written equations you find online

It's an easy social media trick, and one you can avoid with some high school math.. → Read More

Circul+ packs an ECG sensor into its heart-tracking ring

An ECG in a device only slightly larger than a ring is a big achievement.. → Read More

Nanoleaf Lines are customizable smart light bars

Lines will let you draw stick images over your wall and light them as you wish.. → Read More

HTC’s Vive Flow is a $499 lightweight VR headset built for entertainment and wellness

The Vive Flow splits the difference between a VR headset and a personal cinema.. → Read More

Facebook is using first-person videos to train future AIs

Facebook has worked with a number of researchers across the world to build a new set of training data in order to help AIs perceive the world as we do.. → Read More

Acer's glasses-free 3D SpatialLabs laptop arrives this winter

The machine will allow you to view 3D images on its glasses-free stereoscopic display.. → Read More

The Morning After: Google might offer a Pixel Phone subscription bundle

Today’s headlines: Google might offer a subscription bundle with its next Pixel phone, Burger King’s Impossible Nuggets go on sale this week, Sony and TSMC may team up to tackle global chip shortages.. → Read More

The Carol smart exercise bike is a $2,400 paradox

It's a premium bike designed to be used for less than 10 minutes per session.. → Read More

Sky's first smart TVs point to Comcast's box-less future

It is likely to provide the basis for Comcast's own rumored range of smart TVs.. → Read More

The Morning After: Boba Fett's very own show debuts this December

Today’s headlines: Sony's latest true wireless earbuds are only $100, 'Mandalorian' spin-off premieres December 29th, Musk tells Bezos you can't 'sue your way to the Moon'.. → Read More

Fairphone swings for the fences with its newest smartphone

The Fairphone 4 gets 5G, a double-camera setup and a much nicer design.. → Read More

Withings puts its heart-monitoring ScanWatch in a diver’s watch body

It's the same ScanWatch you know and love, but in a beefier body.. → Read More

Ring puts an Eero router inside its new home alarm system

The new Ring Alarm Pro gets an Eero router nestled inside.. → Read More

You can now sign up to test Ring’s home security drone

You'll have to apply for an invitation and pony up $249.99 for the privilege.. → Read More

The Morning After: We play with the OLED Nintendo Switch

Playing 'Metroid Dread' on the new console, plus NBC vs YouTube and 'Babylon 5' might come back.. → Read More

The Morning After: Already hyping the iPhone 14

Researchers have found six "dead" galaxies, the new iPad Mini's jelly scrolling problem, and Samsung's plan to build a silicon brain.. → Read More

The Morning After: The EU’s grand USB-C plan

Plus, California goes after Amazon and flying chips which could be used to monitor air pollution.. → Read More