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The deal means a large collection of indie music can be used on the wildly popular short-video app.
Expanded Android phone support is on deck for early this year.
Google's cloud-gaming service is out.
Robots have a lot of plans in the next decade, and it might not be a bad thing.
Move to Windows 10 to keep your machine safe from malware and other security issues.
These next-gen AI chatbots promise to keep your secrets, teach you yoga and help you find a great restaurant. Just don't ask about the weather.
Support for Windows 7 ends today.
Tech that uses brain waves to improve sleep, anxiety and concentration was on display in Vegas.
For $400, Dabby will consolidate your TV streaming apps like Netflix and Disney Plus, and replace your Apple TV or Roku.
For $400, Dabby will consolidate your TV streaming apps and replace your Apple TV or Roku.
BrainCo's prosthetic hand is undergoing FDA approval and will cost around $10,000.
The Urgonight headband helps people fall asleep 40% faster, and will be released later this year.
We scoured Apple's iOS for the best new features that you might not know how to use.
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The "face swap" feature asks users to take a multi-angle biometric scan of their face, according to a report.
Android Police posts an email sent to subscribers saying no new issues are coming and full refunds are being processed.
Active subscriptions will be refunded, according to a report.
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The tech industry has new stuff to show you to make your life better.
The video app apparently got no user information requests from China, but plenty from the US.
The actress tweeted that her fellow online daters thought her profile was fake.
Older versions of Android, iOS and Windows phones won't support WhatsApp anymore.
Transferring this key information is one of the first steps you'll want to take when getting a new phone.