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Sites of Interest:
- Oculus Rift Review: VR’s Rising Star Isn’t Ready for the Mainstream
The first totally immersive home virtual reality rig is a pricey, awkward, isolating—and occasionally brilliant—glimpse of the future of computing.
- SoundCloud Launches Its Subscription Service, Go
SoundCloud is launching a subscription service. It's called Go. It's $9.99 a month, with a 30-day-free demo. It's ad-free. But most importantly, it has nearly 100 million more tracks (give or take five million... but who's counting) than Spotify.
- FBI vs. Apple: How both sides were winners and losers
In a dramatic turn of events Monday, the FBI dropped its case against Apple Inc. after the federal agency said it found a way to gain access to Syed Rizwan Farook's iPhone 5c without the tech giant's help. That ended a heated faceoff that highlighted the growing tensions between law enforcement...
An automat is a fast food restaurant where simple foods and drink are served by vending machines.
- Microsoft accidentally revives Nazi AI chatbot Tay, then kills it again
A week after Tay's first disaster, the bot briefly came back to life today.
- Google has also been Ordered to Unlock 9 Android Phones
It's not just Apple, Google Has Also Been Ordered to Unlock 9 Android Phones since 2012.
- Microsoft Build: the 10 most important announcements
Every year, Microsoft holds a developer event called "Build." And recently, those events have gone from snoozers to exciting showcases. Microsoft has a winner with Windows 10 (as long as you ignore...
- Microsoft knows we will lose in robot war, argues for coexistence
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, a respected leader of one of the world's largest and most important technology companies, speaks as if humanity lives on the cusp of science-fiction. At today's...
- After the Tesla Model 3 launches this week, the world will know if Elon Musk called the electric-car future correctly
It is Elon Musk’s moment of truth.
Over the last dozen years, the serial entrepreneur and inventor has built a buzzing fervor from Wall Street to Silicon Valley by accomplishing the improbable—erecting a globe-spanning automobile company from scratch. His Tesla Motors is the only such success in at least a half-century. In that time, scores of automaking ventures with global ambition have brightly launched, only to stall, fail, and, in the best cases, get picked over at pennies on the dollar.