Privacy advocates warn that the Ring Always Home Cam and Amazon One both normalize aggressive new forms of data collection.
The best place to be is outdoors these days, but if packing for a hike or camping trip seems like a hassle, or if you're worried about losing access to your playlist while you're out there, no worries.
What is it actually like to use a de-Googled phone as a daily driver? Will it feel like you became a luddite or a cave man eschewing tech? Is it actually usable? What apps can you run? What about navigation? Will you survive without Google?
IF you've ever panicked that an app might be watching through your iPhone's camera, Apple has got you covered.
Starlink is fast and easy to set up, Washington emergency division IT chief says.
Give each of these people a smartphone and this image from the movie Coma describes our destiny:
Camera-mounted drone maps your house before use
The $30 Mailbox Sensor snuck in with Ring's other news on an under-the-radar announcement page. Orders open Oct. 8.
I've revealed some flaws in many popular apps and some of you want to turn into a luddite or live in a cave now. Are we completely zucked? Or do we still have a chance?
Amazon bought Ring which has about 1 million Ring Door video cameras installed and Amazon will introduce a new docked video camera drone. The Ring Drone will sell for about $250 and seems to have the convenience of an iRobot vacuum.
Remember the tagline from Apple? Privacy. That's iPhone. Well you can forget that. But is the alternate tag: Privacy. That's Linux Phone. Is this true? Or an over reach?
Seeing the future: Facebook to launch Ray-Ban 'smart glasses' next year as Zuckerberg reveals vision of playing poker with 'holograms of your friends on the couch next to you'
"We aren't in the best of economic times," Stankey said...
Optical fibers are already used in many fields, but they would have even more applications if they could be manufactured faster and cheaper. An experimental new process is claimed to deliver on both counts, and it utilizes mostly existing technologie
You could be inadvertently caught up in a police investigation if you happened to be close to a crime scene. It is your cell phone that rats on you as Big Tech firms collect location data. When police figured this out, they went to court to get the d
Will Diamond Batteries (NDB) Change the World?
Four US states have just announced they'll sign up to the revamped system.
The pursuit of better batteries means the exploration of alternative materials, and one that scientists see a lot of promise in is silicon.
But despite all of the logistical disruptions caused by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Apple is apparently still planning to roll out its first batch of 5G-compatible phones and devices.
Amazon is entering the wearables market in a big way.
A cheap, safe, self-charging battery that delivers high power for decades without ever needing a charge? That's a game changer.
California company NDB says its nano-diamond batteries will absolutely upend the energy equation, acting like tiny nuclear generators.
Polaroid has today launched the Hi-Print, a pocket-friendly photo printer that can turn smartphone snaps into 2.3 x 3.4-inch prints in less than a minute, which can then be stuck on lockers, laptop lids, backpacks, or scrapbooks.
Elon Musk's brain-machine interface company, Neuralink, has an event scheduled for later this week to update the public on its progress since last year's presentation.
Dan Belov from DeepMind gave an overview of AI Research. He says for AI we should abandon our complex reliable processors for smaller, less reliable but much cheaper ones.
A new pocket-sized particle accelerator has proven capable of projecting ultra-short electron beams with laser light at more than 99.99% of the speed of light.
Air conditioners are a convenient way to cool down offices and homes, but they use huge amounts of energy in the process.
Go from a spotty to smooth signal.
Researchers at Aalto University have developed a photovoltaic device that has an external quantum efficiency of 132 percent.
Your Raspberry Pi isn't like a standard PC. Sure, it can act as a desktop replacement, but generally speaking, it's a more versatile device.