We learn how Google Assistant could one day know your mood, debate whether we should use CRISPR to combat invasive species, and ponder Jeff Bezos' wild 180 degree turn.
So, Google managed to rake it in last quarter despite recent data and privacy scandals. And Apple released a phone update to fix the Group FaceTime eavesdropping bug. But the news thunder was stolen this week by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who dropped a bombshell Thursday afternoon alleging the National Enquirer tried to blackmail him with nude photos.
Here's your chance to catch up on the week's news.
In an exclusive interview, a top Google exec says the company's AI could one day recognize your moods and pick up conversations where you left off.
The Refrigerdating app helps you find a date based on what's in your fridge.
The Amazon founder's public persona has done quite the 180. His tell-all is seen as a public relations "masterstroke."
We could use the genetic-engineering tool to combat invasive species and diseases. Should we?
Google's trick to more rapidly and cheaply deploy its super-speedy Google Fiber project has hit a wall.
The Amazon CEO says he's being blackmailed over nudes. But do I want to see tech tycoon d*ck pics? No thank you, Mr. Pecker.
Homeowners could start protecting their property with Sunflower Lab drones in 2020.
Sex Education? Nope. House of Cards? No thanks. Russian Doll? Maybe I'll add it to my list and literally never watch it.
The grass-cutting robot is designed to autonomously trim your turf. iRobot says it'll be as smart and as easy to use as a Roomba.
NASA turns 60: The space agency has taken humanity farther than anyone else, and it has plans to go further.
Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations -- erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves -- with everyday tech. Here's what happens.