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Microsoft quietly adds Cortana features; still testing Alexa integration
08 Mar 2018 21:19 EAT
Microsoft is adding new features to Cortana, such as the ability to check for new emails and hear them read aloud, as well as enabling its assistant t ...
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20 Jan 2020 19:18 EAT
Garmin's new Tactix Delta smartwatch looks designed for a privacy-conscious Navy SEAL
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15 Jan 2020 20:08 EAT
How to download Microsoft's new Edge browser
Microsoft is launching its new Chromium-based Edge browser today. It comes with built-in tracking p ...
06 Jan 2020 05:30 EAT
Samsung's 2020 soundbars go hard on Atmos and gaming features - CNET
Samsung's new soundbars offer a plethora of features including a gaming-console sensing mode and ...
10 Jan 2020 04:14 EAT
Microsoft's Windows Terminal is getting retro-style CRT effects, search, and more
Microsoft released its new Windows Terminal command line app last year, and the company has been st ...
03 Jan 2020 15:30 EAT
The Morning After: Dell's new XPS 13 stands taller
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. By the time you read this, much of the Engadget team will be ...
15 Jan 2020 20:00 EAT
Microsoft's new Edge Chromium browser launches on Windows and macOS
Microsoft is officially launching its new Edge Chromium browser today across both Windows and macOS ...
16 Jan 2020 18:00 EAT
SpaceX will destroy one of its rockets in the pursuit of safety this weekend
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21 Jan 2020 18:44 EAT
Microsoft's CEO looks to a future beyond Windows, iOS, and Android
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella | Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images "What do you think is the bigg ...
07 Jan 2020 21:00 EAT
The Google Assistant will finally let you schedule actions for later
For the past few years, Google and Amazon have tussled to get the most attention for their respecti ...
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