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Check Out Samsung's Smart Pocket Watch
This isn't any old pocket watch: it combines the features of the Gear S3 with the ambiance of a Victorian-era smoking room. Alas, it's only a prototype.(image)

Reactions, Mentions Arrive on Facebook Messenger
Get ready for even more emoji. Two classic Facebook features are making the jump to Messenger to help spruce up your group chats.(image)

Jaguar Land Rover Offers Up Unlimited In-Car Data
The new prepaid unlimited data plan is available for $20 a month via AT&T to owners of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles with InControl Wi-Fi.(image)

GOP Senators Hand Control of Your Data to ISPs
The rule requires ISPs to get consent before they sell sensitive consumer data. Republican Senators and FCC members say it's unnecessary and harmful to ISPs.(image)

Instagram Blurs Out 'Sensitive' Photos
The blurry screen will be placed over content that has not violated Instagram's policies, but was reported by someone and confirmed to be 'sensitive' by a member of Instagram's review team.(image)

WikiLeaks Details CIA Hacking Tools for Macs, iPhones
The leaked documents include user guides that show the CIA's efforts to install its surveillance code on Mac firmware.(image)

Microsoft Eyes Driver's Seat With Toyota Car Tech Deal
With its new auto-licensing program, Microsoft is embarking on a campaign to get its software into connected cars of the future.(image)

Check Out April's Xbox Live Games With Gold Lineup
Members can get four free games next month: Ryse: Son of Rome, Walking Dead: Season 2, Darksiders, and Assassin's Creed Revelations.(image)

Want to Triple LTE Speeds? Just Add Wi-Fi
KT's 'Giga LTE' in Korea shows the gains US carriers might see later this year. It's blazing fast.(image)

Misfit Vapor Runs Android Wear 2.0
That means the smartwatch will support hundreds of apps, plus loads of other features like customized watch faces, on-board music functionality, and Google Assistant.(image)

Apple Patent Describes Dumb Laptop Powered By iPhone
Could the future of the MacBook be as an accessory device requiring an iPhone or iPad to function?(image)

Fast Forward: Q&A With Dolby's Chief Scientist, Poppy Crum
Poppy Crum, Dolby's chief scientist and an adjunct professor at Stanford University, talks about the evolving hearable market, augmented reality, and multisensory virtual reality.(image)

Verizon, AT&T Pull Ads From YouTube Over Offensive Content
AT&T and Verizon are no longer advertising on Google's video platform after discovering their ads may have appeared next to horrible, offensive content.(image)

GOG Galaxy Adds Universal Cloud Saves, Game Overlays
The DRM-free digital games store brings its software out of beta and ensures you'll never lose save games again.(image)

Vudu Adds Disc to Digital Movie Conversions Using a Smartphone
The service costs $2 to convert a Blu-ray to a HD digital copy, $2 for DVD to SD, or $5 for DVD to HD.(image)

Nintendo: Switch Joy-Con Defect Fixed
Switch owners who are experiencing connectivity problems should contact customer support team to set up a free repair.(image)

LastPass Fixes Bugs That Could Have Exposed User Info
The password management company says there are no reports of hackers exploiting the loopholes, and that customers don't need to change their passwords.(image)

Broadcast on Facebook Live From Your PC
Before this, it was only possible to go live on Facebook from a mobile device.(image)

Man Indicted for Using GIF as 'Deadly Weapon'
A cyberstalking case against a Maryland man is notable both for how the jury considered a seizure-inducing GIF and how the FBI caught the perpetrator.(image)

The Black OnePlus 3T Is Back, But Still Limited
The 3T Midnight Black will also be 'extremely limited,' but at least you won't have to fly to Paris and camp out overnight to get it.(image)

LG's Putting Alexa At the Center of Your Home
LG debuted new home hubs with Alexa at CES. We heard more of the company's vision for Amazon's digital assistant during a trip to its HQ in Korea.(image)

Hackers Demand Ransom for Allegedly Stolen iCloud Data
A group of hackers say they have access to millions of iCloud accounts, and will delete them unless Apple pays a $100,000 ransom by April 7.(image)

Samsung Galaxy Folder Is a Flip Phone You'd Actually Want
Android-powered flip phones don't have to be cheap, or curiosities. So why can't we get this one?(image)

NASA Observes Fresh Damage to Curiosity Rover's Wheel
Two new breaks in the left middle wheel were observed last week, but NASA is confident Curiosity can keep on rolling.(image)

Google Maps Lets You Share Your Location, Trips in Real Time
Google expects to start rolling out the feature worldwide to its iOS and Android Maps apps soon.(image)

Amazon Alexa Launches on Huawei's Mate 9
The only problem: To use Alexa voice commands on the Mate 9, you'll first need to open the Alexa app, which is a pretty major drawback.(image)

Breath of the Wild Already Runs Well in Wii U Emulator
After just a few weeks of work the game is running at 30fps in the Cemu Wii U Emulator on a PC.(image)

Reddit Adding Facebook-Like Profile Pages
Reddit believes this new feature will be 'helpful' for users but reaction about the impending change has been mixed.(image)

Ryzen 7 Chips Are Locking Up PCs, AMD Knows Why (Updated)
All Ryzen desktop processors are suffering from the same problem, and owners are being asked to wait for BIOS updates to solve the issue.(image)

Apple's Clips App Targets Social Media Video Fiends
Clips is similar to iMovie, but with the added filters that people have come to expect from social media apps, and little of the complexity of other video editing apps.(image)