From donut holes, its been an eventful week in tech. At its Alexa showcase, Amazon from to night-lights and dog tags. Google said "take that!" to Apple Arcade and unveiled , a in the Play Store. And on the serious side, amid , while Facebook said .to
That's not all, though: Samsung'swent , Match.com got , and Apple fanatics continued the tradition of lining up for a new iPhone (despite the notion that by now the ritual may've become ).
Oh, and let's not forget that somewhat terrifying. (Or is it ?) Here are some of our most engaging stories from the week that was:
In an exclusive interview, Zuckerberg explains the path from VR to AR and why Facebook's doubling down on its popular Quest headset.
The company worked with police and cities to try to build in this real-time feature, emails showed.
Her weapons of choice? Sony A7 III and A9 mirrorless cameras -- and Instagram.
Commentary: It might be the smallest step Alexa's ever taken -- but it's also sneaky smart.
Three thousand people showed up in Rachel, Nevada, to celebrate all things alien, and the locals had to deal with the very real side of an internet meme.
The pizza chain is asking the Supreme Court to review a case that could push business websites to better serve people with disabilities.
What were the best movies of the 2010s? We took a vote!
The world's boldest rock climber is using his newfound fame to help change the world.
Commentary: When you make $10 million a year playing video games, what have you got to lose?