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Thursday August 31, 2017. 01:00 PM
New research finds video visits in prisons increase the number of in-person visits inmates receive, but high costs and low quality prevent many from using the service.
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Our favorite products from August, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Fitbit Ionic, and Essential 360 Camera.
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Advances in artificial intelligence can help Google, Microsoft, and other tech giants grow their online advertising revenues
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This phone contains more settings, more modes, and more raw camera capability than any smartphone we've seen.
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The $169 Thermostat E brings all of Nest's best features into a simpler, cheaper device.
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Wednesday August 30, 2017. 11:33 PM
Alexa and Cortana can do more together than they can on their own, but Cortalexa has some real limitations.
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The new generation of the grand tourer brings the beloved car up to date.
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The 'captive carry' test is a step toward making a uniquely accessible kind of spacecraft.
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From Cesar Millan to a tactical flashlight, here's what tops Team Trump's Amazon Wish Lists.
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Scenes on the ground during Texas' historic storm.
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Shervin Pishevar, a major Uber investor and former board member, to the former CEO's defense.
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A little bit smartwatch, a little bit fitness, a lot nice to look at.
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Headphones as comfortable as a vintage lounge chair.
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Choosing an Amazon Kindle can be hard. Let us help you!
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What would happen if the whole industry followed Ed Skrein's lead?
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As Houston donations rush in, consider not just what to give, but when it can get there.
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Measuring how quickly machines are getting smarter could help us prepare for the consequences for society and the economy.
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FCC considers changing definition of 'broadband,' in move that could hit rural areas.
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The popular household cleaner erases greasy stains with a potent combination of chemistry.
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Scientists want the universe—not the shaky human hand—to reset Earthly thermometers and scales.
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