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What we're buying: A pair of Google Home Mini speakers
One editor struggles with Google's voice assistant.
'Eve Online' turns 15 today, and its history is epic
To celebrate the MMO's anniversary, a tale from its past.
What we're watching: 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Lost in Space'
Also: 'Barry' and 'The Looming Tower.'
What we're playing: 'Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze'
Nintendo still has a few Wii U greats left in the hopper.
The Morning After: Google AI and talking to books
Like a crazy person.
Is Apple’s HomePod failing?
Two editors talk it out.
The Morning After: Facebook at the Senate, Intel's tiny yet powerful PC
Oh and a PDA. Despite it being 2018.
What we're buying: Toto's toilet upgrade and an old Game Boy Advance
Games and Thrones.
The Morning After: Facebook's long day