Popular third-party apps use your location data, even when they don’t disclose that, and the data can detect where you are within a couple of yards.
Ericsson admitting in a blog post that they were responsible for millions of phones in 11 countries going offline after they allowed a certificate to expire.
6 months ago Microsoft was fixing their facial recognition software to prevent bias, and now they want to have legislation passed to prevent it happening again.
A new mobile app can detect anemia by just using the camera to examine the user’s fingernails, all without the normally required blood test.
DuckDuckGo suggests that Google tracks users to deliver personalized search results, even with Incognito turned on. Google disputes this claim.
The website Quora published a blog entry on their site stating they were hacked and had their user data compromised but want to be transparent about the process.
What are online help agents so quick to answer you? They know what you’re typing before you click “Send” because they are watching you type.
Dell.com was hit by a cyber attack t his month when it discovered hackers trying to steal customer data. Five day slater they reset all customer passwords.
It’s been awhile since you’ve been able to add annotations to YouTube videos, and now YouTube annotations are going to be removed altogether.
Amazon announced on Cyber Monday they are making the same machine-learning courses they use to instruct their own engineers available for free.
Google removed 13 malware apps from the Play Store, but this was after it was discovered the Google malware apps were downloaded 500.000 times.
Without warning, the Windows Mail app began to display advertisements. Users can only go “ad-free” by getting a copy of Office 365. Here’s the full details.
Dropbox has a new way to make their app more user friendly. The new Dropbox extensions allow you to add third-party app integrations to your Dropbox.
Internet freedom has continued its steady eight-year decline in 2018. Certain forces have gotten much more adept at manipulating and monitoring it. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Twitter has always had a bit of an impersonation problem. A recent Twitter account impersonating Elon Musk made away with $180K in Bitcoins.
What If you’re not lucky enough to have access to the Internet? Alphabet will now be sending Internet balloons to Kenya after helping Puerto Rico last year.
Artificial intelligence researchers have just figured out a way to use AI to develop fake fingerprints to use as a way to trick biometric ID readers.
Google Maps no longer simple provides directions; now it allow you to leave review and send messages. Is Google Maps messages something we need?
Many people won’t be able to continue using Windows 7 for long as Windows 10 users will soon overtake the number of 7 users, and 7 support is ending anyway.
The Samsung brain-controlled TV prototype is meant to help people with physical disabilities. Will we someday be controlling all our devices with our brains?
Microsoft has warned that activation servers have started accidentally downgrading Windows 10 Pro systems to Windows Home after upgrading.
Finally, Samsung gave a preview of their foldable phone. No longer just a rumor, we now know many of the exciting details of the Samsung Foldable Phone.
Cooking notifications don’t have to be annoying if you’re using Opera on Android. A setting was added allowing you to automatically hide the cookie alerts.
For most of their history, drones have been primarily associated with warfare, but now they’re actually being used for a very different task: saving lives.
Walmart is adding an AR scanning tool to their iOS app to help customers conduct product comparisons at the store by passing their phone over the shelves.
TV streaming is up more than 200 percent in one year, meaning if you’re a cord-cutter and tuning in to your Hulu on your Roku more often than not, you’re not alone.
Apple knocked items of users’ wish lists on Tuesday when they announced a new iPad Pro, a new MacBook Air, an a new Mac Mini.
Google Recaptcha 43 is an updating version of the verification tool and will no longer require participation on the part of the visitor to the website.
Using Bing on Windows 10 to search for a Google Chrome download can inflict you with malware and adware when downloading Chrome.
A tool has been developed by researchers in India that uses AI to search for people in surveillance videos by height, gender, and clothing color.
Smart home products store a lot of information about you on them. Is your smart home information being shared without your knowledge?
While Apple has missed its shot to be the first foldable phone on the market, Apple’s second patent has been approved after it was filed two years ago.
Google has decided that in Europe they will be charging Android device manufacturers to use their suite of apps to strike back against regulators fining them.
It turns out subscriptions are becoming a large problem for the iOS App Store. These are offered to users in a very sneaky way that Apple actually encourages.
Google identified a security glitch in Google+ back in March 2018 and is now shutting down the service. Here’s what you need to know and how it affects you.
Walmart has applied for a patent for a smart shopping cart. Biometric, it will provide data on your shopping habits as well as your heart rate and when you slow down.
Facebook is jumping into the smart speaker business with Portal. But can you trust Facebook Portal after all the social network’s missteps over the past few years?
Ford Motor Company has joined other companies on working on autonomous car plans. The Ford patient could leave the control of your car to a smartphone.
Fitbits can do more than just count your steps and provide other vitals. One woman’s Fitbit helped solve her murder, much to the assailant’s dismay.
Adobe is now ready to give the PDF a lift, as it updated Adobe Acrobat DC, as well as Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Scan to handle PDFs better.
Syncing Alexa with the V2MD interface could allow patients and doctors to handle appointments more easily and perhaps even provide teleconferencing in the future.
Troubles have continued to mount after a Facebook security breach. It left the personal information of almost fifty million users vulnerable.
A new feature in Google Maps will help you plan events by allowing everyone to vote on a location of where to meet. However, it’s not a new idea.
Face scanning at airports is being initiated by the Department of Homeland Security, but challenges are threatening the 2021 expected rollout date.
To go along with Google’s twentieth anniversary, they have announced some major changes to their search function.
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.