CES 2018: This bizarre sexbot can actually swap faces

Though still nascent in terms of sheer numbers, sex robots have increased in popularity in recent years, with Abyss Creations’ ‘Harmony’ RealDoll arguably the most famous one. Creator Matt McMullen has taken Harmony one step further, giving the robot another face, dubbed Solana.

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E-Commerce Trends in 2018: Voice, Subscriptions, Personalization

The mushrooming popularity of smart speakers like Amazon Echo and Google Home will fuel e-commerce in the coming year. “You’re going to have a whole new frontier of commerce space driven through voice and brand recognition,” said Michael Levine, marketing vice president at Photon. “It’s going to be a different type of playing field for these brands. “Where it used to be more visual, it’s now going to be driven by voice.” Retailers will start adapting to the new smart speaker technology and learning how to engage consumers with it.

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Best Tools for Spyware Removal and Protection


While dedicated anti-spyware apps enjoyed popularity for many years, it’s become abundantly clear that malicious actors will use any and all techniques to gain access to your data. Protect it with any six of our favorite security suites.

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Adobe bets on Chromebooks for education with slew of mobile apps

Lightroom mobile on a variety of platforms

Despite the popularity of Chromebooks, they have suffered from a lack of first-class applications. Now, Adobe is leveraging Google’s new Android on Chromebook effort to bring some of its top mobile applications on board.

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World's top employers for new grads

Think of it as a popularity contest for companies: Every year research firm Universum Global ranks the most desirable employers, based on where undergraduate students around the world say they’d most like to work after graduation.

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Revolutionary new helmet deforms to absorb impacts, could put an end to concussions

Despite the fact football continues to enjoy immense worldwide popularity (estimates put fan numbers at or above 400 million), the sport remains under constant scrutiny for its approach — or lack thereof — to concussions.

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Lab Report: Wi-Fi Cameras Can Be Knocked off Your Network

Background: How Home Security Cameras WorkThey’re growing in popularity: Small video cameras that can sit anywhere in your home or business and let you keep an eye on things anywhere you have an …

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For the fourth year in a row, Game of Thrones is the world's most pirated TV show

Popularity can be a great thing, but when it comes to TV shows, it isn’t necessarily all it’s cracked up to be.

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More than 80% of mobile podcast listeners use Apple's iOS devices

Amid a surge in podcasting popularity, new data suggests that Apple continues to dominate the online broadcasting industry it helped create, with more than 8 out of every 10 podcast listeners using the company’s iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to tune in.

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Report: Tablet shipments are in decline, as Apple holds its shrinking lead and LG surges

While tablets aren’t going the way of the Zune or MiniDisc Walkman, they’re losing popularity at a noticeable pace.

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Booming retail sales enable Apple to negotiate low rent prices at malls

The popularity of Apple’s retail outlets has enabled the company to negotiate extremely low rent rates at malls, which in turn benefit from the additional foot traffic.

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Apple's CarPlay could be in more than 24 million vehicles by 2019, report says

Thanks in part to the massive popularity of Apple’s iPhone, over 24 million cars featuring the company’s CarPlay infotainment offering could be on the road just five years after the first vehicles sporting the new system roll off of automotive assembly lines.

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NPD: Only one-third of US households have Internet-connected televisions

Despite the increasing popularity of streaming set-top boxes, gaming consoles, and so-called “smart TVs,” just 42 million of America’s 115 million households have televisions that can display content from the Internet, suggesting significant room for growth for Apple TV.

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