Google I/O usually takes place in May. However, unlike Apple, Google has decided to pull the plug on the conference and cancel its 2020 entry.
With people now staying at home because of the coronavirus, the average American download usage almost doubled in the space of a week.
Not all companies are ready for people to work from home. Microsoft Teams went down for two hours due to excessive demand.
In the face of the coronavirus, Apple decided to move their Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) online.
Google will soon release a tool that emulates different visual issues so that developers can see what their website looks like through other people’s eyes.
People who purchased the fiest Philips Bridge Hub should be aware that it will lose cloud access on 30 April. All users should upgrade their hub immediately
It isn’t news that Apple distributed updates that slowed down older iPhone models, and they now have to pay up to a $500 million fine for this.
Microsoft has just announced that some of Cortana’s skills are going away. This is part of a larger strategy to redefine Cortana.
Really the only things Google showcases at CES 2020 were new Google Assistant features, but thye seemed either overdue or already offered elsewhere.
Recenty, it was revealed that a group of Chinese hackers could avoid 2FA countermeasures. This was a worrying development in the cybersecurity world.
While we’ve been hearing about virtual keyboards for some type, next week Samsung will debut the SelfieType virtual keyboard at CES 2020.
Here’s a look at how easy it is to obtain data access and download your data from the major social media platforms in descending order.
Recently, the largest health company in Canada, LifeLabs, suffered a giant data breach that involved the records of 15 million customers.
The rise in people taking selfies has led to a new ailment doctors are seeing: “selfie wrist.” This ailment is a form of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Google announced they have applied machine learning to their search results page ot make it smarter and better organized to find info more quickly.
An online company that allows people to request a copy of their birth certificate exposed more than 750,000 applications by not using a password.
After Apple introduced Activation Lock, it meant people forget or do not realize they need to turn off the “Find My” option, making them not refurbishable/recyclabe.
To keep us safe, the U.S. government wants to institute another safety check at the airport and begin using facial recognition in the security process.
The vpnMentor researchers located a data breach of the TrueDialog communications company with a massive amount of private data being exposed.
Twitter users will no longer need their phone nubmers to authenticate in 2FA. Now there will be a choice of three ways to authenticate.
Thousands of Disney+ accounts have already been hacked, just days after its debut, with accounts being sold online for as little as $3 apiece.
The security research firm Kryptowire has found 146 potentially malicious apps preinstalled on Android phones that are cheaply produced by 29 manufacturers.
Facebook revealed this week all the bad-acting published materials that were removed for the reasons of violating hate speech, harassment, and child sexual exploitation rules.
The Apple Card has only been available for a few months, yet it’s already at the basis of a regulatory investigation. However, this one doesn’t seem like it can be blamed on the tech company alone. There are issues raised regarding gender bias for credit line approvals. The Apple Card is accused of setting different […]
Security researchers have discovered that hackers are exploiting a weakness that tricks certain Android phones into allowing the phones to spy on the owners.
Today’s technology is making it easier for stalkers to conduct their mission to control, and they are increasingly doing it with the aid of phone apps.
Tech support scammers are taking advantage of a Firefox bug to lock up the screens of Windows users, convincing them they need to call bogus tech support.
For the first time, the U.S. has opened up the voting process to smartphones for people with disabilities using blockchain technology.
A new strain of Android malware called xHelper is making the rounds. What makes it notable is how persistent it is, with some saying it’s unremovable!
An experiment has shown many websites collect your data in a process called “fingerprinting,” whether or not you use a VPN or private browsing.
NordVPN is on top of an admitted security breach of their server. They have already strengthened security measure, but will they still be trusted?
Google is expanding its reach of the .new domain to third-party websites. You can now reach Spotify, Medium, eBay, and more, saving you some time.
A leading artificial intelligence research is warning the public that ai could be disastrous for humanity, but his new book does provide a solution.
Google’s researchers created a data set of close to 5,000 molecules that were identified as perfumers to train artificial intelligence to recognize smells.
The next time you apply for a job, they may find out all they need to know with the use of HireVue, face-scanning artificial intelligence that analyzes your employability.
Third-party app developers with a nefarious intent can create Amazon skills and Google Home actions that may seem benign but are actually “smart spies.”
Netflix has announced they will be cracking down on accounting sharing, although they won’t be making any changes at this point. How will this affect you?
The cumulative update for Windows 10 could bring harm to the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service according to a Microsoft warning.
At the Made by Google event, Google announced the new Pixel 4, new Nest Mini smart speaker, new Nest Wi-Fi, Pixel Buds upgrade, and a new Pixelbook Go.
Apple offers a “Fraudulent Website Warning” when a user tries to view a website that is not secure. It sends information to Google and China’s Tencent, but it’s not sending data to China.
A rogue Lightning cable is being mass-produced that looks and works just like a regular cable, except it can hack the computer it’s plugged into.
Now being learned is that when the batteries in Apple AirPods die out, they can’t be fixed or repaired. Your only choice is to buy a new pair, unless you’re in warranty.
The World Economic Forum believes there needs to be some rules in place for the use of facial recognition technology, especially regarding governmental use.
It’s no surprise that hospitals are under constant cyber-attack, and the new wave of ransomware attacks left them unable to take in new patients. Here are the details.
A pilot leaned out the window of his plane and dropped his iPhone. Thirteen months later it was recovered in working condition, minus the microphone.
Apple has issued a warning after the release of the iPhone 11 that users will receive warnings on their phones if they replace a cracked screen by a third-party repair.
Rural areas that already struggle to pick up a mobile signal are being threatened by an increase in illegal boosters, leading to a Catch-22.
Skidmap is a Linux-based cryptojacker which mines cryptocurrency on Linux machines, and Skidmap has features that make it hard to locate and stop.
For at least 5 million people, when they’re getting X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans, they are not protected files, meaning anyone could get their hands on them.
People who have worked for Amazon claim the company worked on that algorithm to boost their own brand, such as Kindles, Echoes, etc.