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NYPD used facial recognition to track down Black Lives Matter activist

The New York City Police Department used facial recognition software to track down a Black Lives Matter activist accused of assault after allegedly shouting into a police officer’s ear with

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Apple Music launches new radio stations for hits and country

Apple is beefing up its linear Apple Music radio stations today with the launch of two new stations and a rebranding of the popular Beats 1 station. Apple Music Country

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How to hide your clutter using Zoom, Skype, Teams, or Jitsi

So you’re dealing with a pandemic, a full-time job that has gone remote, and / or kids who are heading back to school (or not, as the case may be).

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Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service is available on Chromebooks

I just played Death Stranding on my wife’s beat-up Samsung Chromebook Plus. That’s because Nvidia just made it possible to do so with its GeForce Now cloud streaming service, which

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Facebook and NYU use artificial intelligence to make MRI scans four times faster

If you’ve ever had an MRI scan before, you’ll know how unsettling the experience can be. You’re placed in a claustrophobia-inducing tube and asked to stay completely still for up

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Sony’s midrange noise-canceling headphones are 40 percent off at Amazon

Sony’s WH-XB900N over-ear, wireless headphones are steeply discounted at Amazon. Normally $248, they’re $100 off of that price, which is a big 40 percent discount. These headphones offer digital noise

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Panasonic’s new home cubicle is a disheartening glimpse at our work-from-home future

The modern office cubicle is almost synonymous with the drudgery of a soul-crushing office job. But if for some reason you’ve found yourself missing the not-quite-solid not-quite-walls of your regular

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