Another implement is knocking on the technology door, and it’s threatening the livelihood of the mouse, and that appears to be Microsoft’s very intention. Can the stylus completely eliminate the need for a mouse?
The world is always searching for new and different energy sources and continually finds interesting options. Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have found a cheap new source in a thermal resonator.
We’ve been besieged by fake news as of late. But is there a way to fix it? Could A.I. become grand solution to fix the problem of identifying fake news?
There’s been an ongoing situation between the government and Apple on whether or not the creators of the iPhone should be forced to unlock phones when it might help them solve a crime. Bill Gates recently added his thoughts on the controversy.
The Equifax hack was very frightening to many people, and not just Equifax users. And now the news has gotten even worse.
Google is going to make it easier for us to find out which pages are secure. All unencrypted pages in Chrome that are not HTTPS will be marked as “not secure.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities affected millions of users all over the world. In this article we’ll talk you through what this latest threat means and how you can protect yourself from it.
If you use a browser-based password manager with an autofill feature, beware! Your data might be at risk.
2017 has been a very eventful year for the tech industry. Now, it’s time to refresh our memories and look back at everything that’s made a mark on the year.