Apple’s newest device, the HomePod will read your text messages out loud … but it will read them to anyone and not just you.
A malware creator is mining digital coins for attackers using your Android device. It’s quickly taking over as well, as 5,000 users have been affected by this mining botnet within a 24-hour time period.
Many of us have worried about possible cell phone radiation. But studies are now suggesting that maybe we don’t need to worry so much about it after all.
Facebook has announced that users are now spending around fifty-million hours less time each day on Facebook. But they aren’t worried at all.
It’s certainly a dream of many, to open your email and find just a handful of messages. The question is if anyone ever gets to that point or if it’s simply an unattainable goal. Is Inbox Zero effective or is it just a myth?
If you’re still deciding whether or not to invest in cryptocurrency, Facebook has decided to ban cryptocurrency ads, believing that they are “misleading or deceptive.”
The Trump administration is considering a centralized government-run 5G system within the next three years. However, it won’t be an easy road, as this plan is already meeting with some resistance.
As Apple announcing more parental controls, do you think phone manufacturers should bear responsibility for kids getting addicted to their phones?
Are you looking forward to the day when you can have computers do many of your menial tasks for you? We asked our writers, “Do you think artificial intelligence will become mainstream in 2018?”
The latest macOS, High Sierra, has had its difficulties with password screens. Now a second build allows any password to log in to the App Store system preferences.
There has been much discussion on the worthiness of cryptocurrencies and whether or not it’s worthwhile to invest. We asked our writers, “Have you or will you invest in cryptocurrencies in 2018?”
Apple investors are concerned with the addiction aspect among children and teens in relation to their iPhones. Apple listened to their pleas and will add more parental controls to deal with their investors’ concerns.
While Uber is a great service, the latest Android.Fakeapp malware variant steals important factors of Uber to make you think you’re using the Uber app when you’re really using the malware which is stealing your data.
If you use a browser-based password manager with an autofill feature, beware! Your data might be at risk.
There are possibly all new devices being released that you won’t be able to live without once they’re released. We asked some of our writers, “What gadgets are you most looking forward to in 2018?”
The focus of this site is always to “make tech easier” for you, the readers. Technology should always make things easier, but sometimes it can seem a lot more complicated. What made tech easier for you in 2017?
The hangup with wireless charging is that you can’t be any great distance away from the charger, but the FCC has just approved a system that will allow you to be a little bit further away.
Interactive toys can be really cute and cuddly and look very innocent. But while your child is spending hour upon hour playing with it, it could be hacking its way into your home.
Nope. It’s not just you. Your iPhone is not as fast as that first glorious day you bought it. Apple is doing this purposely to help protect an aging battery.
We’ve all been there to where we can’t believe we were pulled into the charm of a new tech product. What do you feel was the most disappointing tech product of 2017?