Amazon’s Rekognition software lets cops track faces: Here’s what you need to know – CNET

Smart Home Amazon’s Rekognition software lets cops track faces: Here’s what you need to know Got questions about Amazon’s efforts to provide facial recognition software to business and law enforcement agencies? Us too. by Ry Crist March 19, 2019 5:00 AM PDT Amazon Rekognition is the company’s effort to create software that can identify anything

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Before Google’s big cloud gaming launch, here’s the state of streaming game services – CNET

Gaming Before Google’s big cloud gaming launch, here’s the state of streaming game services Google is teleporting in at GDC 2019 with Project Stream and Project Yeti news, so let’s take stock of what’s available now. by Lori Grunin March 18, 2019 4:00 AM PDT Nvidia’s GeForce Now library hits all the major games. Screenshot

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Elton John’s concert sounded better with these special headphones. Here’s why – CNET

Wearable Tech Elton John’s concert sounded better with these special headphones. Here’s why Peex is trying to make concerts sound better for attendees with a wireless wearable device that enhances the sound experience. by David Carnoy March 12, 2019 4:00 AM PDT Enlarge Image Peex really helps when you’re in seats up here. David Carnoy/CNET

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Galaxy S10E has the makings of a $750 powerhouse. Here’s what we need to know next – CNET

Phones Galaxy S10E has the makings of a $750 powerhouse. Here’s what we need to know next Our ongoing review of Samsung’s cheapest Galaxy S10 is still uncovering what matters most. by Jessica Dolcourt March 9, 2019 2:55 PM PST I’ve been reviewing the Galaxy S10E since Tuesday afternoon, sharing my thoughts on photos, screen quality,

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Mate X foldable phone: Here’s what it’s really like to use – CNET

Prev Next Prev Next Yes, those are my hands on the Mate X, Huawei’s first foldable phone. Published:March 2, 2019Caption:Jessica DolcourtPhoto:Andrew Hoyle/CNET 1 of 36 In a tiny meeting room at Huawei’s booth at MWC 2019, three of us CNET colleagues got to see the $2,600 foldable phone in action. Published:March 2, 2019Caption:Jessica DolcourtPhoto:Andrew Hoyle/CNET

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