Sage Electrochromics unveiled a prototype of its dynamic glass called SageGlass back in 2015, and its latest innovation comes in the form of an Amazon Echo compatibility. You can now control the glass with your voice. The post Throw some shade at your living space with voice-controlled, self-tinting glass appeared first on Digital Trends .
Nintendo chose to ignore its 3DS system during the company’s E3 2018 presentation, but that doesn’t mean the handheld is dead and buried just yet. More games are planned for it in the future.
Google is beating hospitals at their own game — at least when it comes to death risk assessment. Google’s Medical Brain team has begun training its A.I
The former president of Sony Online Entertainment (now Daybreak Game Company) has said that Sony’s stance against cross-platform Fortnite play on the PlayStation 4 is likely down to only money. The post Former Sony exec: Money is likely holding back ‘Fortnite’ cross-play appeared first on Digital Trends
French audio company Aëdle is debuting its first ever wireless headphones, the VK-X. If you’re interested, you might want to act fast, as the initial batch will be offered via a limited Indiegogo campaign. The post Get Aëdle’s first wireless headphones at a deep discount for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends
Livia is a device you wear on your stomach that is supposed to help get rid of menstrual cramps. But does Livia actually help with period pain
Security researcher Craig Young from the firm Tripwire discovered a bug that allows both the Google Home and the Google Chromecast TV stick to share user location, which needless to say is less than ideal. The post Fix upcoming for Google Home, Chromecast bug that can tattle on your location appeared first on Digital Trends .
Those who pre-order Fallout 76 will be able to take part in a beta test prior to the game’s launch this November, but you’ll have to be playing on Xbox One to get early access to it. The post Xbox One players will get access to ‘Fallout 76’ beta first appeared first on Digital Trends .
Imagine if Windows 7 was released today, what might it look like?
On the heels of purchasing Time Warner for $85.4 billion, AT&T announced the launch of AT&T Watch TV. Described as a “very, very skinny bundle” of television programming, the service will be free for AT&T unlimited data customers. The post AT&T gives wireless customers free streaming TV, fueled by Time Warner purchase appeared first on Digital Trends