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The Ugly Truth About Amazon Beauty

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

Amazon is trying to put its best face forward in the beauty industry, but its reputation, counterfeit cosmetics, and bad business decisions stand in its way.

YouTube Music or Play Music? Google's Music Services Explained

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

What's the difference between Google Play Music and YouTube Music? Not much, which is why Google is merging them...eventually. In the interim, though, Google's music-streaming strategy is a confusing mess. Here's what you need to know.

A Smart Diaper Product From Pampers Will Launch This Fall

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

The diapers themselves are disposable. However, each one can be fitted with the attachable activity sensor. The baby's data is then transmitted to an app, which you can download to an iOS or Android smartphone.

Why Google Can't Solve the Privacy Paradox

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

Google has said that privacy and security are the focus for Android Q and many of its other releases this year, but Senior Security Analyst Max Eddy explains that a company built on mapping and sorting data can't deliver perfect privacy.

Buzz Aldrin Weighs In on Nvidia's Moon Landing Recreation

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

Nvidia's lunar landing demo first debuted in 2014, but the company recently updated it with the company's RTX graphics technology, which can simulate millions of light rays in a 3D environment in real time.

What to Stream This Weekend

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

The weather is perfect...for staying inside to stream feel-good makeover shows, 90s cult classics, an Oscar-winning Meryl performance, and more.

Is FaceApp Really a Privacy Threat?

10:27 am PDT, July 21, 2019

A few tweets about FaceApp, an AI photo editor developed by a Russian company, sparked a privacy freakout among those who'd uploaded their selfies. However, security researchers say the concerns are overblown.