Saint Louis University will put 2,300 Echo Dots in student residences If you’re attending Saint Louis University this semester, you’ll find more in your dorm room than the usual tiny furnishings. The school has unveiled plans to provide all 2,300 student residences on campus (both dorms and apartments) with EchoRead More →


Former Tesla employee’s tweets show allegedly flawed batteries The employee Tesla is suing for theft of proprietary information has tweeted photos and other details, perhaps in an attempt to back up some of the claims he made against the automaker. Two of the photos Martin Tripp has tweeted out showRead More →

The Jamaican Stock Exchange (JSE) has partnered with Toronto-based FinTech company Blockstation to allow digital asset trading, according to an August 14 press release. Continue Reading . . . More →

Former CIA chief John BrennanJohn Owen BrennanBrennan on Trump calling Omarosa a dog: You’ll never be a ‘good, decent, & honest person’ John Brennan rips Trump on Twitter about what it means to be ‘presidential’ What would the intelligence community’s ‘insurance policy’ against Trump look like? Continue Reading . .Read More →

AI service gives ‘Overwatch’ players in-game coaching A typical Overwatch match is hectic and fast-paced. You can’t exactly consult strategy guides in the middle of a manic team fight to figure out the best course of action, so you’ve probably had to rely on your own experience and knowledge ofRead More →

California primary candidate faced cyberattacks for a year It’s not just sitting politicians that have faced cyberattacks ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. Former California congressional primary candidate Dr. Hans Keirstead has reported to Rolling Stone that his campaign faced hacking attempts for rough… Continue reading . . . More →

Study of material surrounding distant stars shows Earth’s ingredients ‘pretty normal’ The Earth’s building blocks seem to be built from ‘pretty normal’ ingredients, according to researchers working with the world’s most powerful telescopes. Scientists have measured the compositions of 18 different planetary systems from up to 456 light years awayRead More →

Insignia Voice review: Cheap Google Assistant speaker sounds better than Google Home Mini – CNET Could this be the 21st-century clock radio you were looking for? Continue reading . . . Ty Pendlebury$/$/$/$? CNET Reviews – Most Recent Reviews CNET brings you the top unbiased editorial reviews and ratingsRead More →

Google publishes its own archive of US political ads In the months leading up to the US midterm elections, the big online sites that inadvertently hosted the worst manipulation back in 2016, like Facebook and Twitter, have adopted new advertising policies to enforce transparency. So has Google, which h… ContinueRead More →

T-Mobile is offering free 30-day trials in three cities T-Mobile has one of the fastest mobile networks around, according to a recent study, and it’s eager for more people to check out its service. To give potential customers a taste of the network, T-Mobile is offering a free 30-day trialRead More →

Old species learn new tricks…very slowly No species lasts forever, and, just as the saying goes, it seems like old species may get stuck in their ways and can’t adapt to environmental change as fast as younger species do. Continue reading . . . Top Environment News — ScienceDailyRead More →

Particles pull last drops of oil from well water Engineers develop magnetic nanoparticles that separate the last droplets of oil from produced water at wells. Continue reading . . . Top Environment News — ScienceDaily Top stories featured on ScienceDaily’s Plants & Animals, Earth & Climate, and Fossils &Read More →

Jack Dorsey is finally realizing Twitter is a terrible place Twitter’s attempts to clean up its service using policies often feel like a Band-Aid on a bullet wound, and the company’s leadership finally appears to be acknowledging that fact. CEO Jack Dorsey told the Washington Post in an interview thatRead More →

Indie gem ‘Gone Home’ will arrive on Nintendo Switch August 23rd The Nintendo Switch’s reputation as a haven for indies got a little more support today. Gone Home, the breakout hit from The Fullbright Company will be released to the Switch’s eShop next Thursday, August 23rd. Sure, it’s a bitRead More →

‘Diablo III’ arrives on the Nintendo Switch this fall After Blizzard dropped an ominous Diablo hint on Twitter back in May, the franchise’s community manager revealed in a video last week that multiple projects are in the works. One of those revelations was supposed to be unveiled tomorrow, but leakedRead More →