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Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk Trade Jabs Over AI
The Facebook CEO think's Musk's warnings about AI are 'irresponsible,' while the SpaceX and Tesla CEO says Zuckerberg's 'understanding of the subject is limited.'(image)



Lenovo Demos Folio Folding Tablet
A 7.8-inch tablet that folds up to become a 5.5-inch smartphone. As soon as this concept is perfected it could become the new normal.(image)



Facebook Makes Major Live 360 Video Push
Enhancements include a new Live 360 Ready Camera Program, 4K and VR support, donate buttons, and the ability to schedule a broadcast so your followers know exactly when to tune in.(image)



Blizzard Shuts Down Private WoW Server 5 Hours After Launch
The fan-run legacy server was emulating World of Warcraft's Burning Crusade Expansion, but Blizzard sent in the lawyers very quickly.(image)



New Study Suggests the Moon Is 'Surprisingly Water-Rich'
Parts of the Moon's mantle may contain as much water as Earth's, which if true, makes a lunar outpost much easier to achieve.(image)



Microsoft: MS Paint Isn't Dead It's Just Moving
After 32 years, MS Paint will move from being a standard feature of Windows to being available on the Windows Store.(image)



Legal Battle Could Kill Fact-Check Site Snopes.com
A contractual battle and a complicated divorce might mean the end of the fact-check site.(image)



This Little Robot Finds Leaks in Water, Gas Pipes
A group of researchers from MIT have developed a small robot that can inspect water and gas pipes from the inside to locate leaks before they become a big problem.(image)



Motorola Tips Super-Slim Moto Z2 Force Edition
The new Moto Z2 Force Edition has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and supports a new 360-degree camera mod.(image)



Wisconsin Company to Microchip Employees
The tiny, implantable RFID chips will let employees make purchases in the company's break room mini market, open doors, login to their computers, use the copy machine, and more.(image)



Pokémon Go Fest Was a Disaster
Attendees — some of whom traveled far distances to get there — were met with widespread network problems, which prevented many from being able to play the game.(image)



Introducing Fastest Mobile Networks Canada 2017
With a new LTE player in Canada, we're getting on the road to see how mobile service fares across all 10 provinces.(image)



Delta Turns Fingerprints Into Boarding Passes
The airline has announced that some customers can now use their fingerprint instead of a boarding pass to get on its planes at Reagan Washington National Airport.(image)



Microsoft Sees Xbox Hardware Revenue Drop 29 Percent
Gaming revenue increased overall, though, with software sales and services revenue up by 11 percent.(image)



Telegram App Gets Self-Destructing Photo Feature
Version 4.2 of the app, released Sunday, includes a self-destruct timer for photos and videos, a new bio feature for profiles, plus speed and sticker improvements.(image)



HoloLens 2 Headset Will Include an AI Chip
Microsoft designed an AI chip to allow its mixed reality headset to implement Deep Neural Networks without the cloud.(image)



Microsoft Prepares to Kill MS Paint
Microsoft is deprecating Paint, its simple, yet very useful graphics application. Removal from Windows 10 will likely follow soon after.(image)



Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Made a Siri Movie
The Rock and Apple team up for 'the biggest, coolest, sexiest, funnest movie ever' that ends up being less than four minutes long.(image)



Monitor the ISS From Your Living Room With This Tiny Device
ISS-Above is a Raspberry Pi-based device that calculates where the International Space Station is at all times. We talk to its founder, Liam Kennedy.(image)



Building a Car, Fixing a House? These YouTubers Can Help
For DIYers who like to make their own furniture, one of the YouTube superstars of the so-called maker video scene is a 50-year-old master craftsman named Jimmy Diresta.(image)



Watch the 'Stranger Things' Season 2 Trailer
Netflix provided a first glimpse at season two of its hit series Stranger Things, and it'll have you dusting off your vinyl copy of 'Thriller.'(image)



Report: Verizon Throttles Netflix, YouTube During Network Tests
Verizon says the speed discrepancies were related to 'network testing over the past few days to optimize the performance of video applications on our network.'(image)



Lyft Goes All In on Driverless Car Tech
'To be clear, we aren't thinking of our self-driving division as a side project,' Lyft's VP of Engineering Luc Vincent wrote in a blog post. 'It's core to our business.'(image)



Why We Need Bill Nye More Than Ever
Everyone's favorite 'Science Guy' stops by PCMag to discuss how nerds can save the world.(image)



Alexa Headed to Amazon's Main Android App
Four months after adding Alexa to its shopping app for iPhone, Amazon is bringing the same functionality to Android.(image)



Nintendo 64 Controller Trademark Hints at N64 Classic
It makes sense that after the NES Classic and SNES Classic we'd get an N64 Classic, and Nintendo is certainly suggesting that with this trademark.(image)



Are Autonomous Vehicle Tests a Public Hazard?
Unlike other technologies, testing of self-driving cars on public roads could cause safety concerns and have an immediate negative impact on society.(image)



YouTube Redirecting Potential ISIS Recruits to Anti-Terrorist Content
The platform will redirect people searching for violent extremist content to videos that confront and discredit extremist messaging and mythology.(image)



Sony Using Copyright Law to Stop Spread of Leaked PS4 Dev Kit
Sony isn't just ensuring all downloads are removed, it is forcing even discussions of the leaked PS4 software development kit offline.(image)



Google's Motion Stills App Now on Android
To bring Motion Stills to Android, Google's engineers built a 'new recording experience,' which transforms everything you capture into short clips.(image)