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Boston Dynamics President Marc Raibert said that the SpotMini robot would go on sale next year. The company has some 10 prototypes of the quadruped already, with a plan to build 100 by the end of the year as it tried to increase production before the bot goes on sale in 2019.
It's early, but Chris Velazco calls this "the most thorough update to the Android experience in years." He's spent three days living with Android P and its webOS-like app switcher just so you can get an idea of what it's like, so dive in.
After Fox canceled Brooklyn Nine-Nine, fans hoped a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu might pick up the show to extend its run. As it turns out, NBC will pick up the show for a 13-episode sixth season.
This year at E3 Sony is ditching the usual barrage of trailers in favor of "deep dives" on a few big first-party titles like Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding. Oh -- and no new hardware.
As columnist Violet Blue explains, the way the Golden State Killer was found — through other people's DNA — raises a new kind of specter. One of a data dystopia where we've lost control in new ways.
When Google's AI used sounds like "umm," "uhh" and tonal inflections to create a more convincing, realistic cadence it was like a scene out of Black Mirror. As we shift between wonder and unease, what are the questions that need to be answered about this new technology before it becomes a part of our daily lives?
But wait, there's more...
- Elon Musk: Tesla Model 3 dual-motor ordering opens next week
- Google is weaving itself into the fabric of our lives
- AT&T CEO admits 'big mistake' in hiring Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
- UPS has new electric trucks that look straight out of a Pixar movie
- Designing a spaceship for the Guardians of the Galaxy
- Rumors suggest a Google Pixel smartwatch is coming later this year
- Japan Display built a 1,001-PPI screen for VR headsets
- Nine Inch Nails skips online ticket sales to fight scalper bots
- Sony A7 III review: A peerless full-frame mirrorless camera
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