The SmokeBot robot could help in firefighting situations by entering buildings when it’s not safe for a human to do so.
Once you update to iOS 12, your iPhone’s location can be automatically shared with 911 centers.
Facebook has decided to reign in their advertising policies and will no longer be directing ads for weapon accessories at minors.
Police aren’t very happy about Apple’s commitment to lock up iPhones with its new feature.
One city in Mexico has instituted the use of a police drone and have found that it has reduced crime in their city by ten percent.
Uber will be able to detect if you’re drunk before you step into the back seat of a car.
If you regularly post to Facebook, you should be worried.
Do you struggle to find something to wear each day? Here comes the Amazon’s Echo Look camera.
Much has been said about the effects of smartphones and video games among children, and this is getting worst.
There’s a restaurant in Boston where all the cooking is done by robots. Economically, the Spyce restaurant is a good solution, but is it something that’s right for society?
Apple’s Touch Bar on their MacBooks may not have had quite the impact they were looking for. But it may have been the inspiration for future ASUS laptops with the “ScreenPad” feature.
Researchers at Michigan State University have found another use for facial recognition: to track endangered primates.
A family’s Amazon Echo recorded their conversation without their knowledge and sent it to someone in their contact list. Should this be a concern?
Apple is complying with the new GDPR, and they will now let you download all your data they have collected on you using a new tool.
The Wi-Fi Alliance recently released EasyMesh, a new standard for mesh networking that will make covering your home with a strong wireless signal much easier and cheaper.
Google is coming out with the “Duplex” voice assistant, but Microsoft has already introduced Xiaolce in China, an AI bot that can converse with you.
Google and Microsoft have identified a CPU flaw, but the fix can slow machines down. It leaves some users having to make a choice between security or performance.
We eagerly replace old cell phones and toss them, but the lithium-ion batteries are causing them to explode once they land in garbage trucks and garbage dumps.