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Peripheral manufacturer Hori delivers a D-pad for Nintendo's console, but it's a bit light on features.
Mark Zuckerberg appeared on CNN and gave interviews to the New York Times, Wired, and Recode about the Cambridge Analytica debacle. Here's what he had to say.
A drone with a sensor that allows it to recognize gestures and voice commands during flight and change its behavior.
This feature works with Assistant on Android and iOS phones in the US, expanding to include voice-activated speakers such as Google Home "in the coming months."
A YouTube-branded music subscription service is about to be launched, and ads will be used to frustrate you into subscribing.
Bethesda celebrates a new chapter of content for its MMO by letting us play the game for free for a few days.
Police in Tempe, Arizona are still investigating the collision, which killed a 49-year-old woman who was crossing the road at night.
The open-source software from the Alphabet-owned company Jigsaw can run over a Windows or Linux server, or over a cloud platform.
Shell Games' Shane Patton has a remarkably low-fi way to develop VR games: build your environments in reality with arts and crafts, known as brownboxing.
Facebook will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of user data pre-2014, and further restrict current developers' access, Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday.
The Facebook-owned social network just announced that you can now add working links to hashtags and other accounts in your bio.
The new rules go into effect next month, but gun channel operators worry that many of their videos will be taken down.
Dubbed Netflix Sans, the font will reportedly replace the similar Gotham font the streaming giant currently uses, and possibly save it a few million per year.