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Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post. A Minnesota native, she joined The Post in 2010 after completing her master's degree in journalism. She lives in the Bay Area.
Alexa and Cortana will talk to each other but won't share secrets, the companies said.
Facebook shared some details of the progress it's made in Myanmar.
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In a recent survey asking what the most anticipated smartphone launch of the year was, “None” came in third.
Major console makers are rolling in dough, but also talking about what happens when the console disappears altogether.
The problem, however, doesn’t seem to originate from the speakers, as the defect shows up whether playing sound through the speakers or through headphones.
Samsung's Galaxy Home stole some thunder from the Note 9 at a Thursday launch event.
Samsung showed off its latest phone, the Galaxy Note 9, which will hit store shelves on Aug. 24.
Anki, which has made its name in robotic toys, wants to take on broader ambitions.
Apple has set up a free repair program to fix faulty MacBook keyboards.