CRISPR pioneer wants to make an at-home test that detects disease
A credit card-sized tool could test for a wide range of infections and diseases.
Microsoft shuts down a 'Halo Online' fan mod
This could point to a future PC release for the sci-fi shooter.
Someday, every piece of a person will be replaceable
Yes, even your naughty bits.
Alexa will soon have a memory
Amazon's AI can also answer follow-up questions without hearing its name.
Nintendo Labo review: A labor of love
Nintendo's DIY cardboard kits reinvent gaming.
Disney's 'Force Jacket' prototype allows you to feel every VR punch
It has the potential to turn VR and AR into a more immersive experience.
Fake Mark Zuckerbergs tried to scam Facebook users for cash
They claimed cash and gift cards must be sent to collect bogus lottery winnings.
Dropbox's Paper documents app now supports custom layouts
If there's a document layout you use frequently, Paper can save it as a template.
HD vinyl is a promise, not a product
The format has a long way to go before it's accepted by music lovers.
House sends key music royalties bill to the Senate
The Music Modernization Act is one step closer to being law.
Tile brings video and voice to its trackers with help from Comcast
Xfinity customers with an X1 Voice Remote can simply ask where their item is.
Dutch police seize revenge porn site Anon-IB
US military and government IP addresses have been linked to Anon-IB posts.
IBM is using blockchain to confirm the origins of jewelry
It's another practical use for the cryptocurrency ledger system.
Europe wants to regulate how tech giants treat other companies
It's targeting sites like Amazon, Google and Expedia.
Tesla loses Autopilot chief Jim Keller (updated)
The automaker will split Autopilot's hardware and software efforts as a result.
Google wants the Clean Power Plan to stick around too
It has submitted a formal response to the EPA in support of the Obama-era law.
Mozilla’s 'Hubs' is a VR chatroom for every headset and browser
Just click a URL and you're in.
Snap's new Spectacles offer better quality for more money
You can get them in Ruby, Onyx and Sapphire for $150.
Sonos confirms only newer speakers will support AirPlay 2
But there's a workaround.
Philips' huge 4K monitor is the first with super-bright HDR
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Ford's electric GoBikes have arrived in San Francisco
Silicon Valley’s scooter scourge is coming to an end
Uber buys San Francisco bike-sharing service Jump
NYC’s mayor has a plan to get e-bikes on city roads
Apple Maps now includes bike-sharing locations in 179 cities
Mobike's dockless bike-sharing service comes to Washington, DC
Roland’s TR-8S drum machine is ready to tackle the stage
A feature-rich drum machine that’s actually easy to use
LG V30S ThinQ review: A solid but pointless phone
LG could probably trim some fat, starting with this.
BenQ's HT2550 is a well-priced 4K projector with some minor issues
Light leaking and excessive noise distract a bit from the excellent picture quality.