How To Prevent Data Breaches In The Cloud

The cloud is the newest frontier of the digital space, but with every new frontier comes new and unforeseen dangers. Businesses that depend on the cloud for storing their data have run into a number of problems regarding how to secure that data.

May 18, 2019

Spotify Rolls Out Redesigned App To Help People Discover Podcasts

The newly redesigned Spotify app improves prominence and discoverability of podcasts on its platform. It’s not clear, however, when this revamped app might roll out to all users.


Amazon Reportedly Building A Warehouse Just For Dangerous Items

Amazon’s new warehouse will be much smaller than its other ones. However, it’ll have stricter safety measures for hazardous items such as bear repellent and pepper sprays.


Google Has Been Secretly Tracking All Your Purchases Through Gmail

Google says it stores purchases to keep them all in one place. It claims it doesn’t use this information to target Gmail users with personalized ads.


Spotify's First Hardware 'Car Thing' Brings A Voice Assistant To Your Ride

Spotify has announced its first hardware dubbed 'Car Thing.' However, it's only for testing purposes, and the company doesn't have any plans to make it commercially available.


Google Pixel 4 Leak: Buttonless Design, Hole-Punch Camera, In-Display Fingerprint Reader, And More

According to a new leak, Google's Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will have huge changes. It's rumored to have a buttonless design, a hole-punch cutout, an under-display fingerprint reader, dual cameras, and stereo speakers on the front.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 17, 2019

YouTube VR To Launch On Oculus Quest The Same Day The Headset Is Released

YouTube VR will launch alongside the Oculus Quest when it comes this May 21. That’s never happened before, it’s worth noting that usually, the app is released months or even years later.

Wearable Tech May 18, 2019

The Asus ZenFone 6 Is A $500 Flagship With Snapdragon 855 And A Swivel Camera

To stand out from the pack, Asus had to do something bold. This explains why the new ZenFone 6 has a camera setup different from most flagships, and a decent price to boot.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 18, 2019

Stand-Alone Instagram Direct App Is Going Away Permanently

The stand-alone Instagram Direct app will no longer be supported starting later this month, according to Facebook. Instagram, however, will keep working on Direct features.

Apps/Software May 18, 2019

Samsung Takes On Fitbit With Its New Galaxy Fit: Everything You Need To Know

No word on an official release date for the Galaxy Fit yet except for the originally announced May 31 rollout. However, the company has now shared a video highlighting the fitness tracker’s key features.

Wearable Tech May 18, 2019

Sony To Ship Out Its Tall, 4K-Equipped Xperia 1 On July 12 In The US

Sony is now set to ship out the super tall Xperia 1 on July 12 in the United States. Preorders are already up at select retailers, such as Amazon and B&H Photo.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 17, 2019

Verizon's Promo Lets You Get $650 Off The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Verizon has started selling the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. It starts at $1,299.99, but thanks to Big Red's promo, buyers can get up to $650 off the phone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 16, 2019

Prepare To See Even More Ads On Google Apps

Google wants to serve up more ads on mobile. Soon, you’ll see them all over Google’s apps and services, including Gmail, YouTube, the Google app, and others.

Google May 16, 2019

Google’s Bluetooth Titan Security Keys Aren’t So Safe After All

If you’re using Google’s Bluetooth Titan Security Key, practice caution. The company has confirmed a security bug so serious that it’s going to issue free replacements to all existing users.

Google May 16, 2019

Google’s New Translatotron Converts Languages Directly And Talks Like You

Translatotron employs a sequence-to-sequence network model that looks at spectrograms to generate translations that sound like you. With this, Google hopes to open up future developments in the arena of translations.

Google May 16, 2019

World's First 1 TB MicroSD Card From SanDisk Is Now Available For $449.99

SanDisk is now selling its new Extreme microSD card with 1 TB of capacity. Users who need a ton of storage space can now grab one for $449.99.

Gadgets May 16, 2019

Samsung Is Fixing The Galaxy Fold's Issues With Non-Removable Screen Protector, Smaller Hinge Gap: Report

To fix the Galaxy Fold's issues, Samsung is reportedly reducing the gap in the hinge and making the polymer layer non-removable. South Korean carriers are also said to be testing these improved units already.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 16, 2019

OnePlus 6T Gets A Price Drop Since The OnePlus 7 Isn't Coming To The US

The OnePlus 7 isn't landing on U.S. shores. Instead, OnePlus is going to continue selling the OnePlus 6T in the market and give it a $30 price drop.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 15, 2019

Alexa Guard Protects Your Home While You’re Away, And It’s Rolling Out Soon

Amazon is now slowly rolling out Alexa Guard to all Echo owners. Here’s what it does, and how to set it up so you know when there’s something fishy going on in the house.

Smart Home May 15, 2019

Bought A Faulty Original Pixel? Google Might Pay You $500 Thanks To A Lawsuit Settlement

If you bought the original Pixel or Pixel XL and experienced microphone problems, you’re in luck. Google might pay you up to $500 if you’re eligible.

Google May 15, 2019

Apple Users Can Now Use Apple Pay For iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud Purchases

Apple Pay just got a lot more useful. Now, Apple users can link it up to pay for iTunes purchases, their Apple Music or iCloud subscription, and more.

Apple May 15, 2019

Should You Buy The OnePlus 7 Pro?

The OnePlus 7 Pro is an impressively spec’d device that gets nearly everything right, topped off with a decent price. But should you get one?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 15, 2019

2019 iPhone XR Color Options May Have Been Revealed By Glass Shards

According to a new report, the 2019 iPhone XR will come in black, white, yellow, and (PRODUCT)RED, but not in coral and blue. Instead, it's going to be available in lavender purple and green.

Apple May 15, 2019

Uber's 'Quiet Mode' Will Let You Take Your Ride In Peace

Uber has finally launched the new Quiet Mode for Uber Black and Uber Black SUV. The new feature is just the thing for riders who don't want a chatty driver.

Apps/Software May 15, 2019

OnePlus 7 Pro Will Be Available On May 17, But You Can Get It Earlier From T-Mobile

The OnePlus 7 Pro won't be available until May 17, but die-hard fans can already get it from T-Mobile. The Un-carrier has already started holding events at its stores where it's selling the highly anticipated flagship.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 14, 2019

Noise-Canceling Headsets Can Reveal Sniper's Location After A Single Shot

New smartphone-based technology promises to help soldiers and law enforcement officers determining the exact location of a shooter. The device makes use of shock waves produced by the firing of a weapon to pinpoint where the shot is coming from.

Wearable Tech May 14, 2019

HBO, Adult Swim Shows Might Show Up On Streaming First Before TV

Disney+’s launch this November will no doubt shake up the streaming industry. But WarnerMedia has plans to convince users to pay for a subscription to its own service.

Internet May 14, 2019

Apple Wants You To Rent A Bird Scooter Using Apple Pay And NFC

Apple appears to be betting big on NFC to expand Apple Pay’s horizons. It’s apparently partnering with Bonobos and a handful of other services to make different transactions more frictionless.

Apple May 14, 2019

Spotify Working On Letting Artists Share Instagram-Style Stories

Rather than relying solely on Genius for song information, Spotify is planning to let artists curate their own musical narrative. A new feature called Storyline is in testing now, although there’s no clue one when it might roll out widely.

Apps/Software May 14, 2019

AirPlay 2 And TV App Finally Arrive On Samsung TVs

Waiting for Apple TV to come to your Samsung smart TV? Wait no more. The app is now available alongside AirPlay 2, just make sure to update to the latest firmware.

Apple May 14, 2019

Best Truly Wireless Earbuds Of 2019: Powerbeats Pro, Samsung Galaxy Buds, And More

With a smorgasbord of truly wireless earbuds in the market, it's hard to figure out which one best fits the user's needs. That said, here are some of the most noteworthy options out there.

Wearable Tech May 14, 2019

Adobe Tells Users To Update Creative Cloud Apps, Or Else They Might Face Legal Consequences

According to Adobe, Creative Cloud subscribers who continue using older versions of the apps could face infringement claims from third parties. The company is urging users to update using the Creative Cloud desktop application.

Apps/Software May 14, 2019

LOOK: Lenovo Unveils World’s First Foldable PC

Lenovo’s prototype foldable ThinkPad is neither a tablet, laptop, or hybrid. It’s actually a full-fledged PC that you might be able to buy in 2020.

Computers May 14, 2019

Pixel 3a Has A Headphone Jack Because Users At This Price Point Need 'Flexibility,' According To Google

As Google explains, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have a headphone jack because buyers at this price point need 'flexibility.' That said, there's a good chance the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will not have one.

Google May 13, 2019

HTC Proves It’s Still Alive, Announces Android Pie Updates For Some Of Its Phones

Good news if you have either the HTC U11, U11 Plus, or U12 Plus: Android 9 Pie has finally been scheduled for each these handsets. Bad news: HTC might not make another phone anytime soon.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 13, 2019

Tinder Developing Tinder Lite Version For Those With Slow Data

Tinder Lite, releasing soon, is a slimmed-down version of the popular dating app. Parent company Match Group wants to launch it in developing markets where things such as bandwidth, internet speed, and data usage are utmost concerns.

Apps/Software May 13, 2019

Don’t Expect The Galaxy Note 10 To Have Samsung’s New 64-Megapixel Sensor

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might not get Samsung’s just-announced 64-megapixel sensor, according to a trusted industry tipster. It might, however, get the company’s also just-announced 48-megapixel one.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 13, 2019

Apple Starting To Roll Out Its Apple Card: Check It Out

Apple tipster Ben Geskin has shared photos of what seems to be the official Apple Card packaging. Apple’s first physical card is said to launch this summer.

Apple May 13, 2019

Is Your Pixel Slowing Down? You Might Have To Disable Google's Digital Wellbeing: Here's How

According to Pixel owners, Google's Digital Wellbeing feature is slowing down their devices. The reports say that the performance issue affects the original Pixel up to the high-end Pixel 3.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 13, 2019

Best Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL Cases: Rugged, Thin, And More

Now that Google has launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, it's time for buyers to look for the best case there is for them. Here are a couple worth considering from Spigen, Google itself, and more.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 12, 2019

You Can Now Listen To Google Podcasts On iOS And Desktop Too

You can now play podcasts via Google Podcasts directly from the web or search results. It works when searching for podcasts on a browser on iOS as well.

Internet May 11, 2019

Wondering Where's Samsung Galaxy Home? Smart Speaker Goes AWOL

In February, Samsung said its Bixby-powered Galaxy Home smart speaker would come out in April. Well, April has come and gone, and there’s still no device in sight.

Gadgets May 11, 2019

Amazon Prime One-Day Shipping Now Available In Some Areas

As promised late last month, Amazon is now offering one-day shipping for Prime orders. It’s not showing up yet on some accounts, so your mileage may vary.

Internet May 11, 2019

Is Your ISP Spying On You? How To Stay Safe From ISP Spying?

In 2016, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed new rules which were meant to protect consumer online privacy.

Trending News May 10, 2019

Is Payroll The Weak Link In Your Organization's Cybersecurity Network?

Cybersecurity threats are pervasive, with the potential to upend business operations, undermine credibility, and substantially impact profitability. The age-old analogy of a chain only being as strong as its weakest link certainly holds merit in this paradigm.

Security May 14, 2019

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  »
Real Time Analytics