They're getting smarter, but sometimes, they still don't get it.
The app best known for ID-ing songs is taking on Google Now
Once again, ease of use trumps security
But "listening" doesn't always mean "spying"
The possibilities are far beyond the current mobile breed
Fifteen percent use them while they're in the bathroom.
The ability to recognize individuals by sound helps bats stay connected in the dark. Scroll down for an audio sample.
A new ATM for a Russian bank turns money machines into truth machines, using fingerprint recognition, 3-D face scans and...
The HRP-4 can exactly imitate a human performance -- well, almost exactly
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