Smart Reply just launched on the browser version of Inbox, and it uses neural networks to come up with appropriate responses to messages. The post How Google’s AI Auto-Magically Answers Your Emails appeared first on WIRED.
The Amazon-owned purveyor of audiobooks now lets you clip up to 45 seconds of whatever you’re listening to, and share it with your friends or the world. The post Audible Wants You to Spread Its New Audio Clips Like Memes appeared first on WIRED.
Who needs cable? Not you, that’s for sure. The post How to Stream March Madness 2016 if You Don’t Have Cable appeared first on WIRED.
There are some 7.5 million vehicles in Los Angeles. Photographer Gerd Ludwig captures them when they’re all asleep. The post Dreamy Portraits of LA’s Cars as They Sleep at Night appeared first on WIRED.
Rachio’s smart sprinkler controller uses connected apps to optimize your irrigation schedule. Never accidentally water the yard in a rainstorm again. The post Let the Internet Keep Your Sprinklers From Flooding the Lawn appeared first on WIRED.
Like its parent company Facebook, Instagram is—dare we say it—going algorithmic. The post Instagram Will Soon Show You What It Thinks You Want to See appeared first on WIRED.
What’s in your name, anyway? The post How to Set Up Gmail With Aliases and Import Other Inboxes appeared first on WIRED.
Like beer? Then you like St. Paddy’s Day. The post 4 Apps That’ll Help Make Your St. Patrick’s a Day You Can’t Remember appeared first on WIRED.
Things that are smaller and larger than usual are a good time. Here’s where to buy them in cyberspace. The post Your Essential Guide to Buying Comically Giant and Tiny Things Online appeared first on WIRED.
Every time you swipe an app away, you only make your phone work harder. The post Closing Apps to Save Your Battery Only Makes Things Worse appeared first on WIRED.