IBM’s Watson is AI’s greatest ambassador


When I heard the 60th annual Grammy Awards show was going to feature artificial intelligence, I immediately thought “this is a marketing ploy.” But then I found out IBM’s Watson was the AI in question. Watson, you see, doesn’t have a problem rolling up its non-existent sleeves and doing some good old fashioned hard work. Don’t expect a silly robot rolling around doing a human impersonation on the red carpet, IBM’s machines show up to solve problems and optimize workflows. And while that isn’t very sexy – hard work seldom is – it’s incredibly important. The chances are pretty good you’ve…

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5 Greatest iOS Games of 2017

The iOS App Store might not offer as many apps and games as the Android Play Store but when it comes to quality – the App Store has everyone else beat. Every year brings a new batch of the finest iOS games and 2017 is no exception. Here are the top 5 iOS games 2017 that are definitely worth all of the praise they’ve gotten from fans and critics. Press the right arrow to begin.

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11 Greatest Safari Extensions for iPhone in iOS 11

Despite the essential features that Safari offers, there are a number of important features that are missing. Fortunately, Safari supports third-party extensions which add extra functionality to the browser so that you get the additional features that you want.

Finding Safari extensions in the iOS App Store is not easy, which is why we’ve compiled a list of the 11 best Safari extensions worth checking out. Press the Right Arrow to Learn About 11 of the Greatest Safari Extensions for iPhone.

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Oculus Go is VR’s biggest milestone, and its greatest compromise


It’s easy to dismiss Oculus Go. Not unlike Gear VR or Daydream, Go offers the world yet another headset that’s stripped of everything that makes VR so promising. It’s not attention grabbing, certainly isn’t sexy, and it doesn’t offer anything others don’t, at least not experience-wise. Anyone that’s tried a smartphone-based VR experience can tell you, it’s pretty damn cool… for about 10 minutes. But stripping the mid-level headset of its leash, a smartphone, is a huge step forward for Oculus, and the VR industry as a whole. While enthusiasts dream about 4k resolution (in each eye), and processing power that…

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