The Morning After: Tuesday, May 30th 2017
A connected electrode could end the shame of sweaty palms
For the founder of this Peruvian startup, the crusade is personal.
Intel claims 8th-gen chips will be 30 percent faster than 7th-gen
At least, according to one benchmark.
Dell’s Inspiron 27 7000 all-in-one is ready for VR
Although you'll probably need to upgrade your graphics.
Intel’s Core i9 Extreme Edition CPU is an 18-core beast
It’s the flagship model of Intel’s new X-Series chips.
Intel’s tiny Compute Card launches today with Dell and LG aboard
It’s bringing the idea of modular computing to a wide variety of devices.
NVIDIA 'Max-Q' gaming laptops: ultrabooks with GTX 1080 power
The size of a MacBook Air but ready for 4K and VR.
Facebook: German bill isn't 'suitable' to fight hate speech
It argues the bill will encourage sites to remove content that may not be illegal to avoid fines.
Apple, Facebook and Google condemn Texas transgender bill
15 tech companies have united to condemn "discriminatory legislation" in Texas.
What's on TV: 'House of Cards,' 'Fear the Walking Dead'
Also: NBA & NHL Finals, 'Tekken 7,' 'Flaked' 'Leftovers' series finale and 'Star Trek: Bridge Crew.'
PlayStation's E3 press conference is coming to a theater near you
It's the third time Sony has offered a more immersive E3 experience.
What we played in May
Our favorites this month include a GameCube remaster of a PlayStation classic.
Mercedes-AMG's F1-based Project One rewrites the hypercar rulebook
Ferrari is watching from afar in disbelief.
Here's everything ASUS unveiled at Computex 2017
A quick trip through what we saw at ASUS' Computex keynote.
UK property developer to trade parking spots for Uber credit
Give up your space and £100 of free rides each month is yours.
Pacemakers are far more vulnerable to hacking than we thought
A team of researchers find 8,000 bugs in pacemaker codes.
Alienware 15 review: Bigger, but not necessarily better
Dell’s 15-inch Alienware is a solid machine, but it’s a little on the large side.
ASUS' Tango-powered ZenFone AR will hit the US in July
The second Google Tango phone is the first one worth owning.
Texas bill could mean jail time for flying a drone over oil facilities
The House and Senate want oil drilling stations added to a "critical infrastructure" list that would make drones a security risk.
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Construction starts on the world's largest optical telescope
Google's AlphaGo is the best Go player in the world
The AI beats world number one Ke Jie for a second time, sealing a series win.
Robot uses machine-learning to grab objects on the first try
And it’s successful 98 percent of the time.
Baidu’s text-to-speech system mimics a variety of accents ‘perfectly'
What used to take hours of neural net training now takes under 30 minutes.
Rocket Lab nails first orbital rocket launch from a private pad
SpaceX begins test-firing parts of its biggest rocket
Boeing is building DARPA's new hypersonic space plane
Watch SpaceX push the Falcon 9 rocket to its limits (updated)
Virgin Galactic tests Unity's re-entry system for the first time
Blue Origin's New Shepard wins prestigious aeronautics award
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus review: Redemption is here
They’re two of the best smartphones available right now.
Huawei's Watch 2 can last for weeks without its smarts
Apparently, the secret to a long-lasting battery is to be a plain old watch.
Samsung DeX review: The impressive, unnecessary, phone-powered PC
The Galaxy S8 doubles as a desktop, but most people can stay away.