The Google G Suite productivity apps will now show your employe if you’re using their apps with the help of the new Work Insights tool.
The Microsoft HoloLens smartglasses seemed like they was in danger of being just a unique device, but now they are adding Dynamics 365 capability.
SocialRecall is developing a new app that uses facial-recognition technology and will help people remember the people they have met before.
The big four U.S. cell phone service providers are working together on a way to limit creating numerous passwords. This new system, the “Project Verify” app, could be rolling out soon.
Google announced this week that they’re getting rid of their Inbox app. After the big redesign of Gmail earlier this year, they no longer need it.
Apple made their yearly new iPhone announcement by introducing the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone SR. They also announced the Apple Watch Series 4.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, a machine-learning algorithm has been developed to search through data and identify fast radio bursts from distance galaxies.
A Vizio smart TV that was found to be spying on its users. The company has agreed to notify their customers of a lawsuit on the smart TVs themselves.
Somehow spyware disguised as anti-malware, Adware Doctor, was allowed into the Mac App Store. It was removed after gaining 6,000 positive reviews.
Harvard University has created something new: an acoustic printer. What makes this so unique is that you don’t need ink cartridges. It works with liquid, literally any liquid you can imagine can be used to print with.
Because of an exploit with Safari, hackers can interfere with downloaded zip files, leaving Macs open to malware, but there’s an easy workaround.
Google Chrome would like to make URLs both easier to understand and more secure. They’re proposing changing the whole system, charging it doesn’t work the way it should.
The Lazarus Group has made a new strain of malware, AppleJeus, which is designed to steal cryptocurrency funds and can infect Mac computers as well.
In the continuing battle between government and tech companies, the intelligence community, naming themselves “Five Eyes,” wants to forge an agreement to ensure there is access to “lawfully obtained data.”.
Apple needs a homerun to retain their title of being innovative. Now that they acquired a glass lenses company, will their next device be smart glasses?
Officials are utilizing autonomous helicopters, wanting to use them as first responders and eventually use the same technology to offer passenger service.
We’re ready to enter into the next big wave of wearable tech: wearable robots, for the ultimate in usefulness and convenience.
Android devices send data to Google more often than Safari sends data to Apple, according to a new report.
Facebook and New York University are working together on a current research project using artificial intelligence to create a faster MRI exam called fastMRI.
In a Huawei commercial for their Nova 3i, the “selfie” highlighted was really taken by a DSLR. Was Huawei being deceptive or looking for commercial quality?
Facebook is being asked to wiretap Messenger to help with a criminal case, but they are refusing, saying it would force them to break the encryption.
Researchers are considering using ordinary Wi-Fi in security screenings to detect weapons, devices, and chemicals when they’re hidden away in baggage.
Google is planning on entering the fitness device space with something new called Google Coach. Will it be able to compete with Apple Watch and Fitbit?
Th newest flaw, called “Foreshadow,” affects Intel processors. It was located by researchers from five different academic institutions.
A robot named QTrobot helps autistic children who get overwhelmed when connecting to people.
Leave it to a researcher to figure out a way to use machine learning to identify sick marijuana plants and possibly identify illnesses in humans as well.
You probably won’t be that surprised to find out that mobile payment systems aren’t always trustworthy.
Social Mapper hacks its way in to social media profiles using facial recognition to collect many of them all at once to put itself on a level playing field with hackers.
Apple was asked by United States lawmakers recently how iPhone use is tracked without users’ knowledge or consent.
The factories that make the processors for iPhones were hit by a computer virus that caused them to shut down temporarily.
Google will let businesses using G Suite know if their users are being targeted with a government-backed attack.
Hackers breached the Reddit systems and stole a cache of user data, but it’s data that’s eleven years old.
Microsoft Edge is stepping up, making it so we never have to remember passwords again with Web Authentication for Microsoft Edge.
It was discovered that a new technology using artificial intelligence can detect four of the “Big Five” basic personality traits when looking into someone’s eyes.
There’s a certain danger involved to using Bluetooth. Your Bluetooth connection could be making it easier to be hacked.
Scientists are taking artificial limb research even further, using the brain to control an additional limb to two biological ones.
The Google Chrome web browser is going to start warning its users when it hits a site that is still HTTP.
A new health sensor could be in the next wearables that will use the same type of indication that you worked hard: sweat.
You need to be careful buying a robotic vacuum, as it could be spying on you, like this one that comes equipped with a camera.
The EU has fined Google $5 billion for antitrust abuse with the dominance of its Android operating system. Was this a fair decision?
Not only is our location data being used, it’s being used to manipulate the pricepoint for things we buy such as airfare.
A new study posed Android vs. iPhone, looking at the failure rate of perhaps the biggest Android manufacturer in Samsung vs. iPhone.
Version 67 of Google Chrome is now instituting the known Spectre fix despite the fact that it’s known it will chew up significant memory.
The entire Mac lineup might be updated this year, including the long-awaited Mac Mini. Frankly, it’s been a while.
There are many laws against using a phone while you drive, and that’s why they now have smart road signs that can detect when you’re on your smartphone.
New research is showing that two-thirds of all used memory cards still hold data from prior usage.
What happens when run out of cloud storage? Scientists suggest that our data could be stored in DNA.
An old Chrome bug has been taken advantage of once again by scammers trying to hit unwitting users with tech support scams.
Sources are saying Internet products and services in general are designed to be “behavioral cocaine.” That addiction we sometimes feel is by design.