Orwell's authoritarian surveillance state is finally here: Amazon to release new TVs that feature constant spying on everything you say
Amazon's Palm Reader Launches at First Non-Amazon Venue in Sneak Peek of Our Biometric-Based Future
This video is about stuff: light bulbs, printers, phones and why they aren't better.
A new version of the OMG Cable is a USB-C to Lightning Cable that hackers can use to steal your passwords or other data.
Facebook launches £299 SMART GLASSES with Ray-Ban featuring two hidden cameras so you can secretly snap photos and videos on the go - as part of Mark Zuckerberg's plan for the platform to become a 'metaverse'
Technology stocks in China plunged (again) on Thursday after Beijing continued its assault on online gaming companies with a fresh round of government regulations.
Are LTE Phones Obsolete? Or will they be out-of-date very quickly? Should we buy 5G phones now? This fall, we will see the new phone models from all the mobile phone manufacturers, and without a doubt, most of these offerings will be a 5G version.
Learn the main differences between these two solar options.
It was a pitch tuned for a politically polarized audience. Erik Finman, a 22-year-old who called himself the world's youngest Bitcoin millionaire, posted a video on Twitter for a new kind of smartphone that he said would liberate Americans from the
5G technology theoretically has a big effect on our privacy because of location tracking and other features. But this is not 100% clear today and we will discuss why that is.
Amazon is going to sell its own branded TVs in the US next month after working on the top secret project for two years
Advances in technology will soon allow us to build machines that replicate themselves and evolve like living beings
How to hide with a burner phone. How privacy works when you use a burner phone and what is the best option for burner phones in the United States and across there world. Privacy is a right and phone companies have made is more difficult for people to
Smartphone owners should be wary of phone producers, in particular Apple, trying to scan personal data and files on devices, former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said on 2 September.
Apple issues vague statement promising "improvements" but still plans to scan photos.
-- when out of range of cellphone tower network, analyst says
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden warns Apple program that scans iPhones for child porn will ultimately be used to spy on owners and opt-out will be axed
While wearable sensors can detect airborne toxins in the user's environment, any one device can usually only identify a few such substances. A potentially much more useful new sensor, however, can reportedly detect over 100 at once.
If in mid-summer you went onto the top of the Grocery Outlet supermarket in Stockton, California, and placed your hand on the strange, glossy black panels you found there, you'd be shocked to find they were as cold to the touch as a basement fuse b
APPLE GRUMBLE Apple staffers in revolt over tech giant's plan to SCAN customer's iPhones for child abuse pics amid privacy fears
Supposedly for tracking Pedophiles, Apple will now be introducing new technology to scan if your phones contain certain photos. We'll discuss if this is invasive for the average law abiding citizen.
We will test out various technologies that allow us to communicate on the phone without using a SIM card -- in other words, no cell service. We will also check out other solutions like VoIP.
The Citizen crime reporting app pays ordinary citizens to run to the site of an emergency or crime and upload real-time footage. But is it actually creating safer communities, or is it putting civilians in danger and creating a society of snitches?
In many arid regions, people use devices known as solar stills to extract drinkable water from seawater or tainted water. A new type of solar still is claimed to be much more effective than others, by incorporating a rotating cylinder.
FACE FIRST Facebook is about to release Ray Ban 'smart glasses' – and could have built-in camera to record EVERYTHING you see
There seems to be a pattern. The Pegasus exploit, Simjacker exploit and SS7 exploit are all very similar.
Apps for RV travel can really come in handy on the road.