If you need to find something on the Internet, you go to Google. But have you tried the other options? Let’s find out how other search engines fare in answering your questions.
Google has added new AI-based recommendation features to its Google Maps. Check them out here.
Google has a program called Foobar that flags people who go looking for code-related information, giving them coding challenges and occasionally hiring them.
Ever wonder what your device IP rating is? Can it really go into the water without damage? Find out what the water rating means regarding technology.
Facebook has been investing a lot of effort on artifical intelligence, and the sheer scale and rate at which AI is added into its products makes it worth a look.
As humans, we have to claim we’re not robots fairly often. But there’s more to captchas than meets the eye, and they’re far from foolproof.
Apple Maps used to be very bad, but it has improved tremendously since 2012.
OpenStreetMap is open source, user contributed, and free to use. Even if you haven’t heard of it before, chances are good that you’ve used its data.
Apps like Shazam and Soundhound are great for identifying music. They are easy to use, but how they work is a mystery.
RSS feeds are still a fantastic tool for any news junkie, market-watcher, or social-media-averse individual.
When buying an SSD, you might notice that you can choose from a few different types of flash memory. The technical terms can be confusing. This explains what NAND and NOR mean.
Some prior facts about Chromebook and Chrome OS are no longer true today.
Quantum computers is great and useless at the same time. Here’s why.
Learn how Apple is tackling online tracking and giving privacy control back to the users.
The only similarity between machine learning, AI, and deep learning is that they are all difficult to understand.
AI and fast mobile Internet have been game-changers for making smartphones extremely useful for the blind and visually impaired.
With the GDPR coming into effect, how will this affect you as an end user, other than receiving tons of privacy emails from companies you have never heard of before?
The more tangible worry for the Meltdown and Spectre fixes was that they would slow down the computer. Luckily, this turns out to have been somewhat exaggerated.
Given that you’re within range of at least one microphone for the majority of your day, you’d be justified in worrying that someone might be listening to you.
There are plenty of cryptocurrencies that come with the “Bitcoin” label that you will think are associated with Bitcoin. Why are there so many Bitcoin variants? Let’s find out.