On Tuesday Google made it official at the Game Developers Conference and announce a new game-streaming service they are calling Stadia that works without a console.
Google has been working on the idea to implement a game streaming service. In addition, this is expected to include the “Yeti” console.
Google and parent company Alphabet are reportedly moving dozens of engineers off the laptop and tablet team and are moving them elsewhere in the company.
Photographers are surprised to learn that IBM stretched the Creative Commons license of photos they posted to Flickr to train their artificial intelligence facial-recognition systems.
The “BreedReady” database was discovered by a security researcher. This unsecured database included the private information of 1.8 million women in China.
One teenager earned $1 million through bug bounties alone. This is a great example of how someone can turn a hobby into a profitable career.
IDC contends that both the PC and tablet market are decline in the personal computing device shipments, but believe detachable computers will show increase.
An internal Apple document shows that support is going to extend to iPhones with third-party batteries. Even if you replace your battery on your own, it will not invalidate your warranty
USB-IF announced that later this year they will be introducing USB 4. It will pick up the same specifications of Thunderbolt 3, meaning speed of 40 Gbps.
Facebook allows others to find you with the phone number you provided them to set up two-factor authorization and doesn’t allow you to opt out of it.
In 2018 the streaming music business continued to grow, to the point that just within the U.S., it was responsible for 75% of industry revenue.
Sikur is putting together the security they’re already known for and mobile banking to offer it to mobile carriers. They also plan to introduce an app store.
If you own an Android device, you can finally join the biometric revolution and log into apps and websites with the use of a fingerprint, thanks to FIDO2 capability.
With the unveiling of LG’s new phone, the G8 ThinQ, the company showed off it’s new biometric technology, Hand ID, an advanced palm vein authentication.
Some Facebook users are lulled into a sense of security when they join or start a closed group, but there are people who view the content: marketers.
Some sites detect Google Chrome Incognito mode and disable it so that you aren’t really browsing privately, but Google is working on blocking that effort.
Twitter has been accused of holding on to direct messages (DMs) well past the time of when you delete your account, making them still available.
Asteroid is looking to expand on biosensory controls with eye movement and thought and are marketing dev kits aimed at increasing awareness for the technology.
Apple is reportedly launching a paid news service next month, but this late in the game this is still a major problem, as publishers don’t want to split the fee with each other.
A recent strand of malware called SpeakUp is using backdoor attacks to get a miner onto servers running Linux. Here is what you need to know about it.
Some iPhone apps, including Expedia and Air Canada, are using Glassbox, a customer experience analytics firm to record users’ screens and collect data on their users.
Every iPhone is controlled by iCloud, and if that is disabled, you have no protections, and that’s something thieves and hackers are beginning to figure out, as they can force you to disable iCloud.
Inbox fans can now rejoice, as it appears the Gmail app may be incorporating some Inbox features after Google shuts Inbox down in March
Apple is taking a fair amount of heat for a bug that was discovered with their Group FaceTime feature. They’re even facing legal challenges.
Facebook is paying teenagers, as well as adults, to install a research app on their phones so that they can spy on them, though Apple is making them remove it.
There is plenty of cryptocurrency malware around. The latest attack aims to silently redirect payments to the attacker instead of the intended recipient.
What happens to your cloud data after you pass away? A man challenged Apple in court and won the right to the iCloud photos of his spouse.
One recent commit to the Android Q operating system looks as if the new version of Android will come with some nasty carrier locking systems within it.
A plan for the newest version of the Chrome web browser could kill or severely limit ad blocker extensions under the guise of improving privacy and guarding security.
Many VPN services are owned by another larger service as part of a handful of companies, but there are some benefits to this within the industry.
Privacy regulators in France fined Google $56.8 million for violating the GDPR by using the private data of users, without proper consent, to create personalized ads.
Spotify silently updated its app with a new “car view” mode. This is aimed at keeping Spotify as distraction-free as possible. Find out how it works.
A huge data breach has resulted in 773 million email addresses and 21 million unique passwords being leaked. It’s being referred to as “Collection #1.”
Microsoft is planning “Project xCloud,” a game-streaming service that CEO Satya Nadella has referred to as the “Netflix for Games.”
YouTube is making it easier to binge by adding a swiping feature to the YouTube mobile app that is starting its rollout this week.
While great in their wireless design, it’s been discovered that Apple’s AirPods, along with an iOS 12 feature, can also be used for spying on others’ conversations.
You can get custom keyboard layouts to solve annoying layout choices of mobile keyboards with the Nemeio E Ink keyboard shown at CES 2019.
CES 2019 debuted the Lapscreen, a paper-thin USB-C monitor that travels easily because of its thinness but doesn’t offer a lot of space.
Buying a good XLR mic can be expensive, but Blue microphones introduced a budget mic at CES 2019 that has what it takes to do the job at just $100.
At CES 2019 Planet Computers introduced a prototype of the Cosmo Communicator, a more modern PDA that utilizes today’s technology.
There are many different laptops being announced at CES 2019, including notebooks and special gaming laptops, from Samsung, Lenovo, and Razer.
Apple hung a billboard with a play on the famous Las Vegas slogan, touting “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone” near the CES location.
Chromebooks don’t naturally support Windows, but that could change after Google announced they will support dual-booting Windows 10 on their Chromebooks.
The Crashcast hacking tool was published on Github as a warning to Chromecast owners that they should not leave the devices connected to the Internet.
The USB Implementers Forum has come up with a plan to add an authenticatino system that it believes will make USB-C connections more secure.
A new patent filing for “smart clothing” shows that Apple is looking to get back into the innovation game. They have also filed patents for a ride-sharing system and a multiplayer gaming system.
If you want to make sure you stick to your New Year’s resolution for 2019 to get fit, you can join the Google Fit 30-Day Challenge and create healthy habits.
Microsoft is rumoured to be releasing their own 4K webcam products soon. These will be specifically designed to help with Windows Hello logins.
Researchers created in AR fish take that fooled the electric sensing organs of the glass knifefish into thinking it was dealing with a real environment.
A new malware was discovered that uses Twitter and meme as its command center. Here’s how it works and how to protect yourself.