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Every week, a slew of new music videos hits the web. Watching them at your desk is not time theft because you deserve it; think of it as a nice reward for surviving another work week. But what...

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These days, the launch of yet more speakers with Alexa onboard isn't the most exciting announcement. However, these aren't stout smart home speakers or a mere software update, but an...

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Long-time lock producer Yale has added HomeKit support to its Assure lock family, in the form of the iM1 Network Module that provides support for Siri controls through Apple’s...

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In the past couple of years, Amazon has proven itself to be both startlingly clever and doggedly persistent when it comes to figuring out ways to use tech to get you to shop more. With its latest initiatives...

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Sony users of the Xperia Z5, Xperia Z3+ and Xperia Z4 Tablet were having troubles with updating their devices until the middle of the summer, but now the Japanese manufacturer moved on and issued a new...

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In honor of the 3G-enabled Nokia 3310, we wanted to trace the history of one of the best-known phone models. What made it so popular and is it still relevant today? Our story begins with the Nokia 3110,...

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Back in March, Google announced an interesting new app allowing parents to set up accounts on Android devices for kids under 13. Unlike setting them up with a standard account, Family Link gives you power...

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Earlier this year Google rolled out Family Link controls for parents to manage children's usage of Android devices but it required an invitation for access. Now the Family Link app is available...

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 Family Link, Google’s parental control software for Android devices, is now exiting its beta testing period and is now generally available to anyone in the U.S. without the need for an invitation....

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Why bother fighting the sharks for attention at IFA when you can hold your own private event and have the spotlights all to yourself? That was Asus’ line of thought, apparently, which brought us...