Monthly Archives: November 2017

Google Assistant will soon help you find local home services

Like rival assistants Alexa and Siri, Google Assistant keeps adding new features, including identifying songs and controlling Chromecast. But now it can help users find local businesses, too. Instead of just providing a top list, however, Google Assi… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: Thursday, November 30th 2017

It's a great time to update your Mac (seriously, do that ASAP), and we have a flood of car news out of the LA Auto Show. Engadget RSS Feed

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‘Destiny 2′ gets a Ghost Alexa skill and replica speaker

Whether you're a Destiny 2 newbie sampling its free trial or a hardened vet griping about player progress, one thing we can all agree on is the general awesomeness of the game's Ghost AI. The floating intelligence is a tipster, … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon’s AI camera helps developers harness image recognition

Far from the stuff of science fiction, artificial intelligence is becoming just another tool for developers to build the next big thing. It's built in to Photoshop to help you knock out backgrounds, Google is using AI to figure out … Read the rest of this entry

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BMW debuts its i8 Roadster for top-down green driving

The i series vehicles has been BMW's electrified brand on the road since 2014. The i3 is the pure-electric urban bubble vehicle while the supercar-styled i8 is the hybrid of the pair. But beyond sharing similar design cues and a … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: Wednesday, November 29th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. We have some unexpected news out of Essential, and a vitally important update for anyone running macOS High Sierra. It's Wednesday. Engadget RSS Feed

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Legendarily boring ‘Desert Bus’ is playable in VR

Back in the late 90s, comedic magicians Penn Jillette and Teller made a mini-game collection for Sega CD that was never released and quietly forgotten. Unfortunately for anyone with taste, one of those was the intentionally awful Desert Bus, which … Read the rest of this entry

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Apple’s YouTube videos can help with dad’s inane iOS questions

If spending a Saturday morning at an Apple store with a family member is your idea of Hell, then playing tech support for your relatives while you're home for the holidays is probably a lengthy stretch of the road to … Read the rest of this entry

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Google’s lightweight YouTube Go app is out of beta

Google is officially ripping the beta label off YouTube Go: the lightweight app that lets you save vids to watch offline. For now, it's still only available in India and Indonesia, but there's every chance it will spread to more … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Demon’s Souls’ servers are shutting down for good February 28th

One of the coolest things about From Software's original, brutally difficult Demon's Souls was the in-game messaging system. No, you weren't able to pen letters to your friends, but you could drop hints anywhere you wanted in the game — … Read the rest of this entry

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