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Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Fitbit unveils Alta HR with heart rate monitoring, available at the end of March for $150; Alta HR, Blaze, and Charge 2 get improved sleep tracking   —  This might be the tracker you want to wear both day and night.  —  Fitbit's thin Alta tracker dropped around this time last year, and the company is already making an update to it.
Mar 6, 2017, 10:15 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Amazon's Alexa adds calendar integration, letting users add and review events   —  Get Alexa to manage your Outlook calendar for you.  —  Outlook users with an Amazon Echo can now make the online retailer's assistant go to work for them.  Amazon quietly updated Alexa …
Feb 15, 2017, 11:50 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Samsung Chromebook Pro review: solid design, good performance and battery life, but Chrome OS and Android integration isn't perfect yet   —  Review: Chrome/Android integration is on the right track.  —  The market is about to be flooded with a new wave of Chromebooks, all focused on Android apps.
Feb 10, 2017, 9:35 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
All Chromebooks debuting in 2017 and beyond will run Android apps   —  The Play Store is on its way to even more Chromebooks.  —  Less than a year ago, Google announced that the Play Store and Android apps would be supported on Chromebooks.  Now the company has made this feature a guarantee …
Jan 23, 2017, 10:05 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Lenovo unveils VR-ready Legion gaming laptops priced from $899, debuts $129 Alexa-powered Smart Assistant, updates Thinkpad X1 workstations, Miix detachables   —  Channeling its inner gamer who simultaneously wants a smarter home.  —  LAS VEGAS—Lenovo prepared a few surprises for its CES lineup.
Jan 3, 2017, 3:30 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Google invests $3.4M in the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms and opens new deep learning and AI research group in its Montreal offices   —  Investing in the already popular AI hotbed in Canada.  —  Google announced today that it will extend funding for AI research at the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA).
Nov 21, 2016, 2:25 PMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Lenovo Yoga 910 review: great 13.9" 4K display, extremely thin bezels, solid performance, but no Thunderbolt 3 support, and costs more than HP's Spectre x360   —  $1,599 for the watchband hinge, 4K touchscreen, Kaby Lake, and more.  —  Lenovo's newest flagship convertible, the Yoga 910 …
Nov 13, 2016, 6:05 PMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Pebble 2 review: battery life still lasts several days, water resistance is convenient, and heart rate monitor is accurate, but the fitness software disappoints   —  $130 may get you a HRM, but that doesn't mean it's a serious fitness device.  —  When Pebble made its last big product announcement …
Oct 5, 2016, 4:25 PMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Sony unveils 5.2" Xperia XZ and 4.6" X Compact camera-focused smartphones with Snapdragon 820 CPUs, 3GB RAM; both launch in the US this fall   —  Meet the newest flagship and mini handset from Sony.  —  On the heels of releasing the Xperia X Performance smartphone a few months ago, Sony is back with another couple of handsets.
Sep 1, 2016, 7:40 AMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Sony Xperia X Performance review: good build, decent camera and battery life, but lags behind the competition in almost every way, is pricey at $699   —  Even with impressive specs, there's something lacking in the X Performance.  —  The Sony Xperia X Performance.
Jul 11, 2016, 6:20 AMIn context

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