Robotic studio takes fashion photos without a camera crew
StyleShoots' Live machine handles camera movements and lighting all on its own.
Apple buys and shuts down Asian social network iCloud
Instagram's carousel-style photo sets are now available to all
You can combine up to 10 photos and videos in a single post.
How you can master machine learning and AI for under $20
Save hundreds on over 60 hours of hands-on training on this exciting and in-demand skillset.
Microsoft creates a low-data version of Skype for India
Skype Lite will compress images and video for smooth running even on 2G networks.
ICYMI: Bulletproof origami shields and hoverbikes
Who needs flying cars when we have floating motorcycles?
Apple's spaceship campus will open in April as 'Apple Park'
‘Mr Cook, after careful consideration, I’ve decided not to endorse your campus.’
Verizon will test 5G wireless in 11 cities by mid-2017
It's not a full-fledged launch, but it's a start.
Valve's room-scale VR trackers will soon be sold separately
There's now also a lower barrier of entry for developers using the tech.
Valve launches SteamVR support for Linux
Developers can now work on Linux games for the Vive.
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Scientists hold the first quantum computer face-off
IBM's and University of Maryland's quantum computers engage in an algorithm-crunching battle.
Netflix reportedly snags Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman'
The $100 million gangster movie is set to star Robert de Niro and Al Pacino.
Crowdfunded 'MST3K' revival hits Netflix April 14th
Kickstarter backers will have access 'by' that date.
Google's mixed reality tech shows faces behind VR headsets
It uses dynamic 3D models of the users' faces.
What's on TV: 'Ultimate Beastmaster,' Oscars
Also: 'Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex' Blu-ray, 'A Pixel Story'
Boeing plans to build 3D-printed modular satellites
The company will adopt new manufacturing processes to save costs.
MIT researchers built an energy-sipping power converter
A new design uses "energy packets" to cut resting power consumption by up to 50 percent.
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Google's VR painting app lands on the Oculus Rift
Qualcomm chip promises phone data that's faster than fiber
Who needs landline internet when you have 1.2Gbps LTE?
Intel and Ericsson form an alliance to explore 5G applications
The two companies want to do more than just speed up your next smartphone.
Intel and Qualcomm are steadily gearing up for 5G
Both companies will show off their progress at Mobile World Congress.
Twitter starts temporarily restricting abusive accounts
Twitter will soon filter out abusive replies to tweets
Celebs ask Twitter to tackle a specific harassment case
'Vanity Fair' editor sues Twitter troll for giving him a seizure
'Alt-right' site plans a 'fake black person' Twitter campaign
Twitter bans multiple 'alt-right' accounts
LG Watch Sport review: Where software steals the show
The watch is a solid, if flawed, vehicle for Android Wear 2.0.
Lenovo Yoga 910 review: The devil is in the details
An otherwise promising laptop is hampered by a jumpy trackpad, loud fan noise and an unreliable fingerprint reader.
NVIDIA's new Shield TV is more of the same, with a better gamepad
Don’t expect any performance improvements -- it’s exactly the same as the original Shield.