Google (GOOG, GOOGL) and Amazon (AMZN) might get all the publicity for artificial intelligence thanks to Google Assistant and Alexa, but Microsoft (MSFT) isn’t letting them hog the spotlight any longer. The Redmond, Washington-based tech giant on Wednesday made a slew of announcements related to its
Google's Pixel Buds sound terrific for music and respond well to Assistant requests. But the real-time translation thing is kind of a bust.
General Motors (GM) wants to help you get your favorite cup of coffee faster with its new Marketplace platform. Available for eligible Cadillac, Chevy, Buick and GMC vehicles, Marketplace lets you order your venti mocha latte with a double shot of espresso right from your car’s touchscreen. Marketplace
Did you know you're more likely to lose or break your iPhone when a new one comes out? According to a study from the University of Michigan, it’s your psychology at work, attempting to help you justify the purchase of a faster, better phone model.
Facebook (FB) wants to make it a little easier to help people with new features that allow people to become a mentor for children, sign up to become a blood donor and help organizations like the Red Cross reach disaster victims faster. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new features at Facebook’s second
In its report, the firm which was spun off by Intel (INTC) in April, expects continued risks from malware authors, phishing attackers, ransomware scams and even, perhaps, the companies selling smart home devices. McAfee’s report leads off by predicting that the same artificial-intelligence techniques
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says social networks are a bigger threat to the free internet than his plan to eliminate net-neutrality rules.
Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley breaks down the best deals and options for buying the top games, consoles and accessories this holiday season.
The Sonos:1 speaker looks, sounds, and costs the same as its predecessor, with one major difference: the new speaker is an Amazon Echo.
The media landscape is ever evolving, and in future incarnations, billionaire Barry Diller sees media companies bowing to tech giants.
Microsoft's Xbox One X is an engineering wonder with tons of power, but its steep price will be hard for some to overcome.