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.
Mozilla is curious why odd videos are recommended in YouTube. It has created a browser extension to track YouTube recommendations.
AT&T wants to help with your monthly phone bill and may start putting ads on phone in exchange for a $5 or $10 discount.
Spotify knocked the new Apple One bundles right out of the gate. It said the Apple One bundles will bring “irreparable harm to the developer community.”
YouTube is facing a lawsuit in the U.K. that claims it violates children’s privacy. It’s similar to a lawsuit that was brought in the U.S. last year
Amazon just made the printing process even easier. Now you can ask Alexa to do your printing for you. You can also have Alexa reorder your ink and toner.
A recent vulnerability, BLURtooth, attacks the component used for setting up authentication keys when pairing Bluetooth-capable devices.
Portland has passed a facial recognition ban, both public and private, the toughest in the United States, to protect its citizens.
The 5G service AT&T is offering at this point is slower than its 4G in 21 out of 22 cities in testing. Yet, it still stacks up next to Verizon while being much better than T-Mobile.
The folks behind the Vivaldi browser want to help you take a break and have added the new Break Mode, which allows you to literally pause your browser.
Google Chrome for Android is gaining the Secure DNS feature, just as the desktop version of Chrome did in May.
“Your News Update” from Google is an existing news aggregation service available to Android users. It’s being updated and moving to Podcasts.
If you need visual impairment assistance, Google Docs has just stepped it up with an update that brings improved braille integration
After many years of research and development, Amazon drone delivery took a step closer to becoming a delivery solution for the online retailer.
In the latest Tesla software update, speed limit signs will be recognized and a warning will be given when a traffic light turns green.
The Amazon Halo Band will measure not just your health but your wellness too with five core features: activity, sleep, body, tone, and labs.
The worldwide health crishas left the tech world dealing with a US laptop shortage, meaning kids are the ones coming up short.
iRobot is making its Roomba line smarter with iRobot Genius so that it will be your true partner in cleaning your floors instead of just a cleaning tool
Developers may be innocently adding apps created with Xcode that contain malware to the Mac App Store. Does this mean the App Store is no longer safe?
TikTok-alternative Triller threatened to sue because a report said it didn’t really have the number of downloads it claimed to.
People who installed the Adobe Lightroom update version 5.4 for iPhone and iPad lost all photos and presets that were stored on the device.
The Jack Daniel’s distributor was hit with a ransomware attack, but the attackers’ actions were limited because of the distributor’s actions.
ZTE has found a way to create a bezel-less phone with a selfie camera. It is releasing a phone that puts the front camera under the display.
Epic Games decided to go up against Apple and its App Store practices with its Fortnite game, ending with it being removed from the App Store.
Concerns of what effect 5G will have on their health have led an anti-5G group to embark on a crowdfunding campaign to stop 5G in the UK.
Waze has made a number of changes this year, with the most recent being the addition of a gas station contactless payment option.
Facebook is trying to solve the fake news problem by providing website information about news stories before they are shared to the social network.
Check Point Research has discovered that nearly every Android phone has over 400 vulnerabilities because of the embedded Qualcomm DSP chips.
After selling off the majority of the Toshiba laptop business two years ago, the company has now given up the remaining shares it held to Sharp.
After hints at I/O 2019, not there are further hints that the new Google Assistant may soon be used to make hands-free voice typing avaiable on Gboard.
New OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro phones ship with Facebook bloatware, and some of it you may not be able to remove. Is it worth it to buy one?
The first smartphone to bear the Gorilla Glass Victus will be the Samsun Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. It will better protect your phone from drops and scratches.
Google introduced the Android Nearby Share feature that allows you to transfer nearly whatever you wish effortlessly to anyone with a nearby Android.
Apple has released the guidelines third-party apps will need to abide by to become default browser and email apps in ios 14 and iPadOS 14.
Apple is going to make paying a bit easier with its acquisition of Mobeewave, a technology that will turn an iPhone into a payment terminal..
Twitter published tweets and a blog post to give further details of how several high-profile accounts were hacked in a Bitcoin scam on July 15, 2020.
Users of the iOS 14 beta have found that Instagram is using their camera without their knowledge. Instagram has promised to fix the breach.
Amorblox discovered a Netflix phishing scan that was designed to steal credit card information by sending am email that warned users of a billing error.
Researchers recently discovered that it’s possible to use pencil and paper to act as a wearable and track the same vital signs, such as heart rate.
The most recent Linux 5.7 kernel update was released earlier this year and brings with it some exciting changes. Let’s explore some of its best features.
Thanks to COVID-19, the Facebook Portal may actually be a solid competitor to other video voice-assistant devices. Find out why.
The threat of ransomware has been reduced, as everyone is regularly backing up their data. A new double extortion strain can now render these backups useless.
Surprisingly, the government is still using COBOL, and they need help with it in multiple states to handle the extra unemployment claim because of COVID-19.
Some time ago, Microsoft released a new version of their Edge browser, and now it has become the second most-used web browser behind Chrome.
While Zoom has become very popular, it isn’t very secure. Security researchers developed a tool that can harvest information from Zoom meetings.
Hackers started their coronavirus-related attacks, including buying up domains related to the COVID-19 and selling programs with coronavirus-related discounts.