Apple’s new M1 chip was recently put through the task of running Windows 10. The benchmarks showed it was faster than a Surface Pro 4.
With the trend of more all-around systems, Microsoft’s Project Latte is working toward allowing Android apps on Windows 10.
Apple has been advertising the iPhone as water resistant, but Italy fined the company for misleading its customers with that claim.
An unexpected outlet, Spotify, has confirmed that it’s testing a “Stories” feature this holiday season. Is this a necessary feature?
They’ve begun rolling out the xCloud streaming service, and next up could be an Xbox app included on smart TVs in the next year.
Wireless doorbells aren’t necessarily the low-risk option. 11 popular wireless doorbells failed basic cybersecurity tests.
Facial recognition software is being used to recognize bears, cows, and primates.It’s created the same way facial recognition for humans is created.
It’s good news that a new third-party remote has been developed to replace the Apple TV remote. But it won’t be offered to existing customers.
Bad actors have gone back to old-school methods and are using vishing phone scams once again because so many are working from home.
Apple announced it is lowering the commission it makes on purchases from companies that make less than $1 million in proceeds in the App Store.
Google Maps has received an update and now includes Google Assistant help, food delivery status, and further COVID-19 data for the given area.
Microsoft TEams is making an obvious play for the work-from-home customers, adding workforce apps and power tools for use in meetings.
SoundBeamer is a new device that will deliver personal sound but without headphones, earbuds, or anything else on your ears.
While Google has allowed us to use it for all our storage, it’s going to start charging us and will also delete our files from Gmail, Drive, and Photos.
Microsoft was forced this week to issue a warning to not intentionally blow vaping smoke into the Xbox Series X after attempts to make viral videos.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission posted a notice that said the Ring Doorbells are being recalled because of a potential fire hazard.
Zoom has reached a settlement with the FTC, who claimed the company lied for years to users about utilizing end-to-end encryption.
You may be forced into buying a newer Android phone. Older Android versions prior to 7.1.1 Nougat will no longer work with many secure websites.
With the Apple iPhone 12 finally released and looking for to the holiday season, a power chip shortage could leave buyers waiting.
MIT researchers have developed an AI algorithm that will detect the virus with your cough. The AI could be used on your smartphone.
The Raspberry Pi line is introducing something new: the Raspberry Pi 400, a complete desktop PC build into a keyboard.
U.S. federal officials have warned of “increased and imminent” cyberattacks on hospitals and healthcare providers during the pandemic.
Apple is said to be developing its own search engine to possibly replace the Google search on its devices.
Windows 10 will finally end its tenure with Adobe Flash and will purge it from your system when the latest update is installed.
Zoom announced that it now includes end-to-end encryption (E2EE) in its suddenly-popular team meeting software.
The CALENO Xair is a portable X-ray device that allows you to snap your own X-rays at home, at work, on vacation, or wherever you happen to be.
Can the iPhone 12 series with glass screens withstand the dreaded drop? One test set out to find out what would happen with an iPhone drop.
The iPhone Health Records app has now been opened up to two health systems in the UK. Users can now view their medical records on iOS.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is pushing his autonomous cars to be road-ready and refuses to add lidar sensors, a crucial feature of others in the industry.
For a small subscription fee, you can have your 10 best AI-chosen Google Photos printed and sent to you every month.
Researchers discovered a new form of malware that uses remote overlay attacks to hit Brazilian bank account holders who use videoconferencing software.
Envisics has raised the funding to bring AR holography to windshields in cars to allow you to have all the information you need right there.
Google has become synonymous with search – the name has become an action. More AI has now been added to Google Search to make it more helpful.
Users of the PlayStation 4 have been informed that Sony has the right to record their voice chat for moderation on PS4 and PS5.
With the Apple 12 Pro already leaked, the big news with its release is that Snapchat is the first to make use of the new LiDAR scanner.
Anyone who has a children with an Xplora X4 Smartwatch should be concerned that it includes an undocumented backdoor that takes snapshots.
The ProtonMail developer revealed to the U.S. Congress that Apple forced it to add in-app purchases even though the app had always been free.
The education system in the U.S. is stressed in rural areas that don’t have stable Wi-Fi networks for remote learning.
Google recognizes the need to stay updated with the changes in the workplace in today’s world, leading it to rebrand G Suite as Google Workspace.
Europol and other agencies warned of a spike this year in cybercrime that is being largely attributed to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon Sidewalk aims to help with extending your home networks by creating a low-bandwidth IoT network beyond your existing network.
It was announced this week that Facebook and Instagram will now work alongside each other and will share features such as chat.
Microsoft issued a warning about a spike in cyberattacks of COVID-19 data, and it’s mostly coming from Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran.
Smart contact lenses could be on the horizon very soon, but the first use will be more for medical purposes than for entertainment.
Amazon is expanding the Ring lineup by going further inside your house while also traveling further outside – to your car and mailbox.
While waiting for 5G, the worst news is that in order to take advantage of the faster C-band 5G networks, we’ll need new phones.
Google Maps has added a layer that shows the severity of CVOID-19 in different locations. It’s a great tool to help you with travel-planning.
After a ruling by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, Facebook said it may be forced to end operations in Europe if it can’t transfer data.
Fingers are being pointed at Twitter after its picture-cropping algorithm is showing a racial bias. They are promising to work on it.
One of the newest efforts of spammers is to use hexadecimal IP addresses in spam attacks. Learn what a hexadecimal IP address is and how it was used.