Peloton Tread is an internet-connected treadmill with a massive touchscreen

Fitness enthusiasts, listen up! The Peloton Bike has been a big hit for several years, and now the company behind it makes a treadmill, too. We spoke with CEO John Foley at CES about the Tread.

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Google Home Mini speakers had fault which allowed them to record everything

Smart speakers are only meant to listen when you want them to, which is why they have wake-up words and phrases.

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iPhone 6s stops listening for 'Hey Siri' when it's in your pocket or face down on a table

Article Image Apple’s new iPhone 6s utilizes its M9 coprocessor for “Hey Siri” input, allowing it to always listen for voice commands. Well, almost always.

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Review: Outdoor Tech Chips helmet headphones, a Siri-compatible Bluetooth ski accessory

Skiers and snowboarders looking to listen to music and stay connected while on the mountain should check out the Chips Bluetooth headphones from Outdoor Tech, a well-designed and simple solution for adding wireless connectivity to your helmet.



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Siri partners with Shazam to recognize songs in iOS 8

Users running iOS 8 on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can now ask Siri to listen to what song is currently playing and will identify it via Shazam, and also offer users a link to buy the track from the iTunes Store.



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