Google Assistant killed one of my favorite Android features, and now I’m lost

Before Google Assistant took on the task of delivering contextual information on your phone, there was Now on Tap, an on-demand service that searched the web for whatever was on your screen. The

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Oculus Go is VR’s biggest milestone, and its greatest compromise

It’s easy to dismiss Oculus Go. Not unlike Gear VR or Daydream, Go offers the world yet another headset that’s stripped of everything that makes VR so promising. It’s not attention grabbing, certainly isn’t

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If you own an iPhone 7, you absolutely should not buy an iPhone 8

It’s not easy buying an iPhone these days. You have a huge assortment of options, starting with the puny iPhone SE ($350) and going all the way up to the

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The Apple Watch Series 3 will transform a lot of workouts

Apple’s played it a bit cautiously for the last few Apple Watch upgrades — like many companies, it no doubt understands the limitation of the smartwatch form factors. They’re small,

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Apple’s LTE-enabled Watch could be a wearable watershed moment

Apple’s Series 3 smartwatch may look the same on the outside as the previous generation (albeit with a new ceramic gray option and contrasting red-tipped digital crown), but what they

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Apple slides through its iPhone X event without any major surprises for Wall Street

We’ve noted before that Apple tends to follow a pretty consistent trend: the company has a big iPhone event, and the stock price doesn’t really do all that much because everyone knows

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iPhone 8 Leak Shows L-Shaped Battery, Wireless Charging and More

A new leaked image reportedly out of Apple’s supply chain shows off the internals of this year’s highly anticipated iPhone 8, and it seems to reveal and corroborate several features of

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Googler’s anti-diversity manifesto highlights the need for diversity in tech

Unlike most of us, people at Google had a less-than-relaxing weekend because of a document authored and shared widely within the company by a male employee. It was a 10-page

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How virtual reality and artificial intelligence are changing life experiences

It might be considered a platitude, but people are always looking for new ways to break away from the monotonous beat of everyday normalcy – either temporarily or permanently. According

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Another day, another Google co-founder building a secret flying craft

The Google co-founders just love to work on secret futuristic transportation projects. This time, it’s Sergey Brin — but instead of glorified water speeders flying cars, like the Larry Page-funded

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