Jason Howell and Megan Morrone discuss how Intel's Basis Peak wearable is recalled after reports of overheating and burning skin. Facebook looks to clean up its newsfeed by analyzing and down-ranking clickbait. Apple may not have the TV anymore, but it plans to create a guide for video content search and discovery. Russell Holly from VRHeads gives his quick take on the Microsoft HoloLens after receiving his this morning. Finally, robots do the darndest things, including giving you a tattoo, building you a hammock, and mopping your floors.
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- Basis Peak is hot
- News Feed FYI: Further Reducing Clickbait in Feed
- Average broadband speed in US rises above 50 megabits for the first time
- Apple’s new TV plan is a TV guide
- Frequent password changes are the enemy of security, CMU professor says
- Xiaomi's first ever VR headset comes in denim, leopard print, and van Gogh
- What is Microsoft Hololens?
- These Cute Wall-Climbing Robot Weavers Are The Stuff Of Science Fiction
- This robotic mop will clean your home, but not without plenty of help
- Your future robot tattooist has steady hands, but isn't great at conversation
- Patented already