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Magic Leap responds to accusations that their VR tech is a scam.

Magic Leap: Our Product Is Not Over-Hyped

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Windows 10 is worth the upgrade.

10 Reasons to Upgrade to Windows 10

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This shocking finding could begin a new era for artificial intelligence.

Scientists discover nature's algorithm for intelligence

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Google Home takes a crucial step toward competing with Amazon Echo.

Google Gives Developers the Keys to Google Home

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A printer's still a good investment in 2016.

The Best Printers of 2016

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Michigan is leading the way on self-driving cars.

Michigan Welcomes Self-Driving Cars on Public Roads

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This car tells you when a red light will turn green.

Taking Audi's Red Light Countdown System for a Spin

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Artificial intelligence is making impressive vegan food.

This Startup Uses AI to Turn Animal-Based Foods Vegan

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Is Google preparing a Rotten Tomatoes competitor?

Rate TV Shows, Movies Right From Google Search

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Chromebooks give you tremendous bang for your buck.

The Best Chromebooks of 2016

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Tech giants have banded together to promote VR.

The VR Lobbyists Have Arrived

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How much did Russian hackers influence the 2016 election?

Obama Orders Investigation of Russian Hacking Efforts

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BlackBerry is done with phones. Here's what they're doing instead:

'BlackBerry Secure' Wants to Be Fort Knox for Your Company's Mobile Devices

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