Zuckerberg and Musk are both wrong about AI

Enlarge / Enjoy your little squabbles. You foolish men know nothing about AI. (credit: Universal Pictures) Back in 2015, a group of business… more »

ThinkGeek has NES Classics in stock — with a catch

 If you want an NES Classic Edition (and you should) but don’t want to pay hundreds on eBay (and you shouldn’t), you’re in… more »

Sling Studio makes multi-camera video production so damn easy

Tito Hamze gives an in-depth review of the Sling Studio, a multi-camera production studio that turns your existing cameras wireless and makes your… more »

The Envirobot robo-eel slithers along the shore for science

 The next time you’re swimming in Lake Geneva, don’t be surprised when you feel something eel-like and yet artificial touch your leg. That… more »

Adobe ending Flash support at the end of 2020

Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Thinkstock) Back in 2012, Adobe recognized that Flash’s end was near, with a five- to 10-year timeframe for its… more »

Facebook reportedly building smart speaker with touch screen

 Facebook may launch its own smart-home gadget to get you messaging more friends and looking at more photos. Facebook is reportedly building a… more »

Windows Paint is now officially not getting updated any more [Updated]

Enlarge / Who needs Aurich’s artistic talents, anyway? (credit: Peter Bright) The venerable Windows Paint program, known to many by the name of… more »

Even’s H2 headphones produce sound based on your hearing ability

 Based out of Israel, Even is an audio startup that designs headphones tailored to the listener’s hearing. It starts with a short audio… more »

Elon Musk: Mark Zuckerberg’s understanding of AI is “limited”

Enlarge (credit: Bill Pugliano & Justin Sullivan, Getty Images) There aren’t many people in the world who can justifiably call Mark Zuckerberg a… more »

“Perverse” malware infecting hundreds of Macs remained undetected for years

Enlarge (credit: Tim Malabuyo) A mysterious piece of malware that gives attackers surreptitious control over webcams, keyboards, and other sensitive resources has been… more »