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Is the world ready for a smart home that can watch you?
Face-tracking cameras may be the next evolution of the smart home assistant, but will consumers be creeped out? Sources tell CNET Apple is working on smart home speaker that could have a camera.
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lol Silly apple.
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MacBook gets pretty in pink, and say goodbye to those ugly Android emoji blob sacks!

(Plus: Sony's PlayStation team has an obsession with Matrix codenames for products. First Morpheus, now Neo...)
The 12-inch MacBook gets a hardware boost as Apple teases news coming to WWDC. Also, Google shows off new humanlike emojis coming to Android N, and more reports surface on what Sony is planning for the PlayStation 4 "Neo."
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Headlights are for humans.

Also in Update -- What to expect in the next Kindle e-reader, coming this week.
Look ma, no headlights! Ford tests its self-driving car in the dark. Also, a new Deebot robot vacuum cleans its own dirt bin (sort of), and the next Kindle e-reader may have a whole new design.
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Headlights aren't only to see where you're going, it's for other drivers to see you as well.

Well we know what their first accident will be like.
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It's just like Periscope's hearts... but sideways?

This is a video where I explain Facebook Live video while making a Facebook Live video on this video and putting it inside my video... LIVE-CEPTION!
Will color filters and floating hearts get users to broadcast more live video? Also, Amazon expands Prime Now, and learn why WhatsApp's encryption is a big deal.
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Tech companies love putting out joke announcements on April Fools' Day, but sometimes real products sound like jokes. See how good you are at telling them apart. LET'S PLAY FACT OR FOOL!
Tech companies love putting out joke announcements on April Fools' Day, but sometimes real products sound like jokes. See how good you are at telling them apart.
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I'm so done with Corporate April Fools pranks.
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So the FBI doesn't need Apple anymore to break into an iPhone? Not exactly comforting to the rest of us.

Also: Don't panic over Instagram changes. Celeb accounts don't know what they are talking about: http://cnet.co/1MQVCcP
The US Department of Justice says it was able to break into an iPhone without Apple's help, but it won't answer queries about the data it accessed. Meanwhile, some celebrities are spreading inaccurate information on Instagram's feed change, and Nintendo gets set to launch its first mobile app.
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Snapchat's been busy making emoji move and offending people with face filters. Meanwhile, Viber is protecting your chats from being watched with end-to-end encryption.
With "3D stickers," Snapchat users can pin emoji to moving objects. The app also finds itself in hot water over a Bob Marley face filter. Meanwhile, Viber adds end-to-end encryption in its messaging app.
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Why just talk with humans, when you can talk with company chatbots in Messenger? (Do people really want to go shopping in a chat app?) Here's all you need to know from Facebook's F8 event in under three minutes.
The social network wants you to chat with company bots in Messenger, broadcast Live video in new ways and get social in virtual reality. Bridget Carey breaks down the highlights from Facebook's 2016 F8 conference.
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The bot invasion begins! Skype, Kik, Line... now get ready for bots on Facebook Messenger. (Featuring special guest star, Max Headroom!)
Chatbots arrive on more messaging apps, and Facebook is said to reveal bot plans on Tuesday​ at F8. Bridget Carey explains what to expect from chatbots and how ​they are coming to Skype, Line and Kik.
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Those eyes are freaking me out.
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So with Twitter streaming football and Yahoo streaming baseball... guess its a good time for Roku to come out with an updated streaming stick!
Take me out to the...social network? Twitter will stream some Thursday Night Football games, and Yahoo is streaming select baseball games for free. Meanwhile, a new Roku stick goes on sale, and Starz joins the online subscription club.
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Você é linda! !!
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Would you wait in line to buy a car you haven't seen? Fans around the globe are lining up to preorder Tesla's new electric vehicle before knowing much about it.

Also, Amazon goes wild with more Dash buttons (really wild), and the Miitomo social world will suck you in.
Would you wait in line to buy a car you haven't seen? Fans around the globe are lining up to preorder Tesla's new electric vehicle before knowing much about it. Also, Amazon goes wild with more Dash buttons, and the Miitomo social world will suck you in.
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I'm done waiting in lines. 
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The pizza chain continues its quest to become a major tech company with the DRU delivery robot. But let's hope Boston Dynamics doesn't get sold to the food service business, as Carl's Jr. also contemplates hiring more machines.
The pizza chain continues its quest to become a major tech company with the DRU delivery robot. Let's hope Boston Dynamics doesn't get sold to the food service business, as Carl's Jr. contemplates hiring more machines.
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It's futile to resist
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