Mozilla is challenging our expectations for a browser. The CEO announced the arrival of a premium version of Firefox later this year in the fall.
An upcoming google Maps update will lead users away from natural disasters, and users have also noticed that the app now includes a speedometer option.
Hackers have caught up to cybersecurity standards with two tools that are designed to bypass two-factor authentication (2FA). Learn how to stay protected.
Amazon is introducing StyleSnap, artificial intelligence that allows you to upload a photo to be matched by the service with the Amazon option that measures up as closely as possible
Apple announced “Sign in with Apple” this week, a new option to allow users to sign in to other apps and websites with their Apple ID. Will it be trusted?
The 2019 WWDC keynote didn’t include many big surprises, with many things rumored or leaked beforehand, but did include iPadOS, a new Mac Pro, and dark mode.
DHS issued a warning that their foreign adversaries had an interest in exploiting VPN services, meaning they could be spying on you through your VPN.
Huawei announced in an emailed statement on Friday, May 31, that they have been “reinstated” to carry the Android Q service, but it’s not known how long this will last.
The most recent advancement in artificial intelligence technology is that it can guess what you look like with accuracy, while not being 100% accurate
A Washington Post writer’s privacy experiment showed in one week there were an astounding 5,400 hidden app trackers on an iPhone that operated mostly at night.
Internet artist Guo O Dong intentionally loaded up a laptop with six of the most dangerous viruses and is selling it for more than $1 million.
Have you noticed that Huawei has been under fire recently? Huawei has gone from a respected technology giant to a banned service within the US. What caused all this?
Adobe released their video-editing app Premiere Rush on the Android platform. It includes intuitive editing, customizable Motion Graphics templates, audio cleanup powered by AI, and more
Facebook users are being scammed into thinking they donated to a terrorist organization such as SIS instead of donating to a new “friend” who is down on their luck.
A political trade war has prompted a U.S. executive order that has led to Google revoking Huawei’s Android license, forcing Huawai to use the open-source version.
Scientists have developed a smartphone app to diagnose ear infections. It works by listening for fluid in the ears with the addition of a folded piece of paper.
Companies such as Apple, Microsoft, and Google have implemented software patches to eliminate the risk of the ZombieLoad security flaw found in Intel chips.
Twitter recently blamed a bug for IOS users’ location data accidentally being shared with an advertising partner. Only zip codes and cities were shared.
Google is now admitting that their Android replacement, Fuchsia, is not only being developed to replace Android but to also be incorporated into other “form factors.”
Eliminating passwords in Windows 10 is even more of a reality as Windows Hello has received FIDO2 certification, allowing biometrics and PINs as authenticators.
Google announced at their annual I/O Developers Conference that they are going to soon include the Incognito feature in Maps and Search.
The FTC found that some dating apps do not prevent children from using tem. Apple and Google acted on this and removed 3 dating apps from their app stores.
Apple often touts the battery life on iPhones, but What? testing shows that they couple be exaggerating their claims by up to 51%.
If you’re trying to build or create models and don’t know code, Microsoft is trying to help you out with three new services that simplify the process of machine learning.
Apple is still working on ways to involve Touch ID in future devices, devices that would utilize an in-display fingerprint recognition without a home button.
Microsoft has announced they’ll be allowing users to control their updates. Scheduled for the May 2019 update, you’ll be able to review and download updates manually.
Facebook released the news that they will be scrutinizing personality apps more. There won’t be as much access to they, focusin ong enriching the user experience.
It’s been recommended for children 2 to 4 that they only have one hour a day in front of screen, infants zero screen time, and children 1 to 2 rare screen time
A report suggests Apple is working on adding the ability to add a mouse or trackpad to an iPad Pro through USB-C in the upcoming iOS 13.
During tax season, scammers can slip in their scams while people are in a frenzied state and get their malware onto the victim’s computer.
After journalists who received samples reported multiple problems with the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the company postponed media events in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
A former student used a “USB Killer” to destroy nearly seventy computers in various computer labs at a New York college, with his motive being unknown.
It’s being reported that Facebook is working on an artificial intelligence virtual assistant to compete with Siri and Alexa. It could be useful to their Portal device.
Sony revealed a few details of their next generation game system, “PlayStation 5,” including 8K graphics, 3D audio, speedy SSDs, and backwards compatibility.
Hackers always have to resort to new tactics to get the victim to pay up. A recent ransomware author used the victims’ porn habits against them.
When you make hotel reservations, you may not be the only one with access to booking documents. Symantic found flaws on many hotel websites showing leaks.
A recent study shows that it doesn’t matter in what ways technology tries to help eliminate phone distractions; distracted driving was up in 2018 by 10 percent.
It turns out you don’t need to worry about sleep-tracking data, as the sleep-tracking apps and devices may not indicate the quality of your sleep.
Recently, Office Depot and Support.com were collectively fined $35 million dollars for lying to customers about fake malware reports. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Two Chinese college students carried out a counterfeit iPhone repair scam where they turned in faulty counterfeit iPhones to Apple who replaced $1M in iPhones.
Amazon is being taken to task by artificial intelligence researchers in an open letter for selling its flawed facial recognition technology, “Rekognition,” to police.
All Facebook users know the frustration of going to your news feed and not reading what you were hoping to. We are told it’s because of the social network’s algorithm, but it doesn’t seem to make much sense, just like the algorithm that drives Google search. Finally, Facebook is letting us in on the news […]
Data breaches can hit anywhere. It was confirmed that Toyota and Lexus dealerships in Japan suffered a data breach of customer data on March 21.
Users of early versions of Google Stadia have reported that it can be difficult to play games smoothly. You may need additional hardware to play without 5G.
Artificial algorithms are now showing more accuracy determining early death, according to research using deep learning and random forest machine learning.
The viral birth year Twitter hoax promises a Twitter advantage if you change your birth year in your profile, but what really happens is you get locked out of your account.
In addition to Apple TV+ news, at the Apple 2019 event on Monday we heard about three other services: Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card.
IFTTT sent ot a notice to users that a number of Gmail actions will no longer work in Applets at the end of March due to “Google implementing changes to their API ecosystem.”
Some Nokia phones have been sending data back to servers in China without user consent. Nokia has admitted that this happened to Nokia 7 Plus phones.
Are you a COD fan? Activision has announced it will be launching Call of Duty: Mobile for iOS and Android soon, and you can sign up to be a beta tester today.