From Engadget RSS Feed: LastPass rolls out Android Oreo autofill to the public

No need to sign up for LastPass beta anymore if Android Oreo has already made it to your device. The password manager has started rolling out autofill to the stable app for Google’s latest mobile platform, according to the company’s director of engin…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: The Morning After: Netflix’s new ‘Lost in Space’ trailer

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Do you really need your own PC? Today we’re looking into personal cloud computing, the risky side of Spotify’s rumored hardware plans and how AI can help make CGI fur more realistic.

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Cat’s S61 is an ideal phone for blue-collar workers

Two years ago, I was shown a Cat-branded smartphone with a thermal camera for people who work in construction and other outdoors-y, get-your-hands-dirty professions. I wasn’t the target market, of course, and struggled to judge whether the feature wa…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Level’s activity-tracking smart glasses launches this March

Even though Intel unveiled its Vaunt smart glasses earlier this month, insurance provider VSP has actually been working on its own take on smart eyewear for well over a year now. It’s called Level, and while it won’t offer head’s up notifications lik…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Roku lays out its plan to please cord cutters — and advertisers

Now that Roku is a publicly traded company, it has to release quarterly updates about how things are going. Today in its first Q4 earnings release (PDF), the company said that revenue is up 28 percent from last year to $188 million, while the …

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Ford president Raj Nair leaves over ‘inappropriate behavior’

Ford will have to adjust its technology strategy, and not for the right reasons. The automaker’s North America President Raj Nair has left the company after an internal investigation determined that “inappropriate behavior” was out of line with the…

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From The Next Web: Bowers & Wilkins PX Review: Beautiful sound – after I got a haircut

Bowers and Wilkins’ PX are among the best Bluetooth headphones I’ve tried in recent memory. It’s just weird it took a trip to the barber to get the best sound out of them. The PX are a $400 pair of noise cancelling headphones that launched to rav…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Google uses AI to place ads across the internet

Google’s ubiquitous AdSense ads are already heavily automated by their nature (they’re targeted based on a look at a site’s content), but it’s taking that hands-off approach one step further. The search firm has officially launched Auto Ads, a syste…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: Google uses AI to place ads across the internet

Google’s ubiquitous AdSense ads are already heavily automated by their nature (they’re targeted based on a look at a site’s content), but it’s taking that hands-off approach one step further. The search firm has officially launched Auto Ads, a syste…

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