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  • Google Pixel 2 will be available at Verizon stores on Thursday
    7 hours ago    11:09 AM
  • Sonos One review: Alexa has never sounded better
    7 hours ago    11:00 AM
  • October 16

  • Intel moves towards production quantum computing with new 17-qubit chi...
    2 Days ago    12:43 PM
  • A messed up Google Home Mini recorded a tech reporter 24/7
    2 Days ago    12:25 PM
  • October 06

  • Google has sold 55M Chromecasts, and provided 100M+ answers via Assist...
    12 Days ago    12:13 PM
  • Apple releases a fix for LTE connectivity issues with new Apple Watch
    12 Days ago    11:54 AM

Google Pixel 2 will be available at Verizon stores on Thursday

It’s officially launch week for the Pixel 2. Some customers are set to receive their preorders as early as tomorrow, and Verizon — the exclusive carrier of Google’s new smartphones — will have them for sale in stores on Thursday. A Verizon spokesperson confirmed that both the Pixel 2 and 2 XL will be available, though stock will vary by location. The spokesperson was unable...
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Sonos One review: Alexa has never sounded better

The new $200 Sonos One is what I’d call an inevitable product. Sonos has always made speakers that sound excellent, and if you own more than one, the company’s multi-room wireless audio system can fill your entire home or apartment with that top-notch sound. Sonos’ reputation makes consumers gravitate to its products, and in turn, they get locked in and are likely to become repea...
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Intel moves towards production quantum computing with new 17-qubit chip

Intel’s quantum computing efforts have yielded a new 17-qubit chip, which the company has just delivered to its partner in that field, QuTech in the Netherlands. It’s not a major advance in the actual computing power or applications — those are still in very early days — but it’s a step toward production systems that can be ordered and delivered to spec rather than ex...
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A messed up Google Home Mini recorded a tech reporter 24/7

The idea of inviting an always-on recording device into our bedrooms would have once seemed beyond creepy, but now most consumers hardly give it a second thought. As Android Police reports, a small number of Google Home Mini review units given to tech reviewers malfunctioned, persistently recording audio in the background without being activated by a hotword. The Home Mini units gave no indication...
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Google has sold 55M Chromecasts, and provided 100M+ answers via Assistant

Google announced on stage a few numbers to update its progress on its hardware program – the company said that it’s sold over 55 million Chromecast devices, including Chromecasts and hardware with Chromecast built-in and that it has built up a database of over 100 million answers for users via Google Assistant, its voice-powered AI software. The other success metric that Google noted w...
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Apple releases a fix for LTE connectivity issues with new Apple Watch

When Joanna Stern reviewed the Apple Watch Series 3 for the WSJ, her headline was “Apple Watch Series 3 Review: Untethered… and Unreliable.” In some cases, the Apple Watch had troubles connecting to LTE networks. It turns out it was a software bug as Apple has now issued a watchOS update that fixes LTE connectivity issues. The release notes of watchOS 4.0.1 are quite straightfor...
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