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Google has announced that its Emergency Location Service is coming to Android phones on T-Mobile, marking the service’s U.S. debut. The service allows for high-accuracy location information to be sent to first responders.
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Red Dead Redemption 2’s online mode, Red Dead Online, won’t be available when the game launches October 26, but you won’t have to wait long. Red Dead Online, which takes cues from Grand Theft Auto Online, enters open beta in November.
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Sony’s PlayStation Classic comes with 20 pre-loaded games and two wired controllers for $100. While we don’t know the full list of games yet, you can already pre-order the console. Here’s how to snag one early.
As voice-controlled AI creeps into millions of homes, a modern dilemma presents itself: how does one properly address a virtual being?
The work of an etiquette expert is never-ending. No sooner have you adjusted to a world in which the households you advise may have few or – whisper it – no staff, than the technology giants develop personal assistants using artificial intelligence.
It is a whole new minefield and, as the Times reports, one already developing new expertise. One BBC tech executive told a conference audience on Tuesday that her solution to children developing poor manners due to Alexa, Siri and their rivals (the AI will respond whether you say “please” or not) was for adults in the house to say “please” and “thank you” to the AIs at all times. With that first step in mind, here is our extensive and scientific list of etiquette do’s and don’ts when dealing with your AI assistant: