Chrome And Firefox Extensions Found Stealing User Data: Uninstall These Add-Ons Right Away

Browser extensions on Chrome and Firefox have been discovered to be stealing data from users. Dubbed 'DataSpii,' the leak is affecting millions, including big companies such as Tesla and Apple.


Google Pixel 3a Gets 100 Points From DxOMark

Google's Pixel 3a has scored 100 points on the tests of camera-testing outfit DxOMark. That makes the midrange smartphone only one point behind its flagship sibling the Pixel 3.


US Lawmaker Calls For Investigation Into FaceApp Privacy And Security Concerns

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer has urged the FBI and the FTC to investigate FaceApp for possible privacy and security concerns. He claims that the app exposes millions of Americans to cybersecurity risks.


Deputies At A Sheriff’s Office In Colorado Will Wear Galaxy S9s As Body Cameras

Officers at the Kit Carson County’s Sheriff Office will be using Samsung Galaxy S9s as body cameras. The FirstNet Ready smartphone will also serve as a secondary radio and will have Visual Labs software.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

YouTube Music App Now Lets You Listen To Songs Without The Video

YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium subscribers can now toggle between 'song' and 'video' modes. This gives them the option to listen to only the audio track or watch the music video of a song.

Google July 18, 2019

Google Will Now Give You Up To $30,000 For Finding Chrome Bugs

Google is increasing the payout for its Chrome bug bounty program. In addition to giving $30,000 high-quality report submissions, Google is also reserving the top $150,000 prize for someone who can find a very particular exploit.


Google Stadia Update: Reddit AMA Reveals New Details On Controller, ‘Free’ Games, Release Date, And More

A new Reddit AMA sheds light on some unknowns about the next big thing in gaming — Google Stadia. Unfortunately, it might not be the ‘Netflix for Games’ almost everyone is making it out to be.


Elon Musk Announces New Price Increase For Tesla's Full 'Self-Driving' Feature

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted early this week that the price forTesla's full 'self-driving' package will increase by $1,000. According to Musk, Tesla cars would be operating as autonomous cars by the end of 2020.

Car Tech

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Gets A Big Design Change, New Leak Suggests

A new leak suggests that Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will have a rear-mounted magnetic stylus, a dual-camera setup on the back, and other new features. It will likely launch with the Galaxy Note 10 on Aug. 7.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Netflix Confirms Mobile-Only Streaming Tier In India — Will It Come To The US?

Netflix is ready to launch a cheaper mobile-only streaming plan in India after testing it in several countries. But is it coming stateside, as well?

Apps/Software July 18, 2019

Instagram Is Really Considering Hiding Like Counts

Instagram is seriously thinking about allowing people to hide like counts. The test, which began in Canada a few months back, is being expanded to a handful more other countries.

Apps/Software July 18, 2019

New Video Shows What The iPhone 11 Could Look Like

Dummy units of the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R are shown off in a new video. While they aren't functional smartphones, they do give a close look at the design of the new models.

Apple July 17, 2019

Latest Spotify For iOS Update Now Supports Multitasking Features On iPad

Spotify now finally supports multitasking features on iPad in its latest app version. The update brings the long-overdue slide over and split view, letting users fully access Spotify controls without leaving others apps.

Apps/Software July 18, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A50 vs. Pixel 3a: Which Is The Better Midrange Smartphone?

The Samsung Galaxy A50 and Google's Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are among the best midrange smartphones around. However, it's hard to say which is the better series in the middle tier.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

TF-19 Wasp Is A Flamethrower Attachment For Your Drone

Flying flamethrowers will soon be more accessible, thanks to flamethrower supplier Throwflame. At that, it has introduced the flamethrower attachment for drones called the TF-19 Wasp.

Gadgets July 16, 2019

AI Masters Rubik’s Cube, Solves It In Just A Second

A recent study from the University of California, Irvine, shows a self-taught artificial intelligence system solving the Rubik's Cube in just over a second. The DeepCubeA relies on machine learning, neural networks, and reinforcement learning approach.

Apps/Software July 17, 2019

New Emojis Expected For iOS 13 And Android Q Revealed

The new 2019 emojis coming to Android and iOS devices are out. Both Apple and Google have revealed their take on the upcoming icons.

Apps/Software July 16, 2019

You Can Now Use Google Maps To View Bike-Sharing Stations In Real-Time

You can now view bike-sharing locations right inside Google Maps, and the information is real-time. Google is rolling out the feature to 24 cities including New York.

Apps/Software July 16, 2019

Galaxy Watch Active 2 To Feature ECG Heart Rate Sensor, But Not Immediately: Rumor

New rumors suggest Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Watch Active 2 will boast ECG heart rate tracking like the Apple Watch Series 4. But don’t expect it out of the box.

Wearable Tech July 16, 2019

The 5 Best Event Management Platforms | TicketSource

This article runs through the 5 best event management platforms, offering something for every business. Whether you're looking to manage a local event or a full-scale conference, this list has the right platform for you.

Apps/Software July 16, 2019

The Newest MacBook Has A Slower SSD Than Previous Generation: Report

According to a Blackmagic Disk test, the just-announced MacBook Air’s SSD has a read speed that’s 35 percent slower than the last-generation model. This might not be so bad, though.

Apple July 16, 2019

Twitter Rolls Out Redesign To Everyone, And There’s No Option To Change It Back

Twitter has been tweaking its site since the beginning of the year by changing the overall look and feel. Now, the company is rolling this newly overhauled site for everyone.

Internet July 16, 2019

mSpy Review

The smartphone app market is saturated with different mobile security apps with each one claiming to help you control and monitor mobile activity.

Apps/Software July 17, 2019

Why Smart Beds And Sleep Apps Are Raising Privacy Concerns

The digital age has brought with it countless innovations which disrupt seemingly everything, and sleep is no exception to this trend.

Security July 9, 2019

Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Case Renders Reveal It Won't Have A Headphone Jack

More details of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have been leaked in the form of alleged case renders. If true, then the smartphone won't have a headphone jack and a Bixby button.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 8, 2019

Apple To Stop Using Butterfly Keyboards In New MacBooks: Report

A new report says that Apple is ditching the butterfly keyboards in the near future. Starting with the 2019 refreshed MacBook Air, new models are said to sport a scissor-switch keyboard design instead.

Apple July 4, 2019

New iOS 13 FaceTime Feature Will Fake Eye Contact For You

During video calls, participants stare at the screen instead of the camera, causing a slightly uncomfortable sense of disconnect. That’s what this new FaceTime Attention Correction feature intends to fix.

Apple July 4, 2019

MacBook Pro Catches Fire, Days Before Apple's Battery Recall Program

A user shared pictures of his MacBook Pro that caught fire, showing burn marks and a gaping hole on its bottom. As the owner explained, this occurred days before Apple announced the battery recall program for the machines.

Apple July 3, 2019

How To Use In-Memory Computing For Continuous Learning Applications

Businesses that hope to endure for long in the modern commercial arena must come equipped with the best digital tools available, which increasingly means turning away from outdated methods such as the ETL process and instead opting for in-memory computing, which drastically speeds up the rate at which you can leverage your data for commercial gain. Nevertheless, many business owners have little to no familiarity with in-memory computing and are uncertain of how to use it for continuous learning applications.

Apps/Software July 3, 2019

Rumor: Apple To Drop Face ID In Favor Of In-Display Touch ID For Next iPhone

A certain iPhone feature might be coming back. Apple is apparently developing an exclusive iPhone for China that has Touch ID instead of Face ID.

Apple July 3, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Fold Is Reportedly Fixed

Samsung has apparently revamped the design of the Galaxy Fold to avoid the problems that plagued the phone in the run-up to its original release. No new release date has been announced, however.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 3, 2019

Smart Glasses Follow Our Eyes, Focus Automatically

Though it may not have the sting of death and taxes, presbyopia is another of life's guarantees. This vision defect plagues most of us starting about age 45, as the lenses in our eyes lose the elasticity needed to focus on nearby objects. For some people reading glasses suffice to overcome the difficulty, but for many people, the only fix, short of surgery, is to wear progressive lenses.

July 2, 2019

Drag-and-drop Data Analytics

System lets nonspecialists use machine-learning models to make predictions for medical research, sales, and more.

June 28, 2019

Smart Materials Provide Real-Time Insight Into Wearers' Emotions

Smart wearable technology that changes color, heats up, squeezes or vibrates as your emotions are heightened has the potential to help people with affective disorders better control their feelings.

June 28, 2019

Safe, Low-Cost, Modular, Self-Programming Robots

A toolbox for building robots aware of their surroundings

June 28, 2019

6 Top Software Solutions For Small Businesses

A small business has to be every bit as streamlined and diverse as a big business if it hopes to succeed these days. That often means that a single person has to wear many hats or that departments need to cross-pollinate ideas and resources. Small businesses certainly aren't the siloed, specialized machines that many big companies can afford to be, so they need all the help they can get.

Apps/Software June 21, 2019

Technology Assessment: Artificial Intelligence In The Medical Sector

Precise medicine with side effects: Project analyzes opportunities and challenges of combining artificial intelligence with modern human genomics and genome editing

June 21, 2019

No Chance for Data Leeches

KIT researchers have developed an app to protect mobile data without limiting the usability of popular apps

June 21, 2019

Discovery of a 'Holy Grail' with the Invention of Universal Computer Memory

A new type of computer memory which could solve the digital technology energy crisis has been invented and patented by scientists from Lancaster University in the UK.

Computers June 20, 2019

Multi-Mobile (M2) Computing System Makes Android And iOS Apps Sharable On Multiple Devices

The M2 system integrates cameras, displays, microphones, speakers, sensors, and GPS to improve audio conferencing, media recording, and Wii-like gaming, and allow greater access for disabled users.

June 20, 2019

A New Breed Of Russian Startups Make Their Debut In Silicon Valley

Watch out for these Russian startups!

Business Tech June 13, 2019

New Application Can Detect Twitter Bots In Any Language

A new application can detect Twitter bots independent of the language used.

June 13, 2019

Samsung Is Launching Its Upgraded Galaxy A Series Phones In The US

Samsung's new Galaxy A Series smartphones are landing on U.S. shores this summer. The Galaxy A50, Galaxy A20, and Galaxy A10e are set to arrive soon, starting at a price of $179.99.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 12, 2019

This Could Be What The Google Pixel 4 Looks Like

Renders of the Pixel 4 have allegedly been leaked. Apparently, Google's next-generation Pixel might have a square camera housing on the back, USB-C port, and under-display fingerprint reader.

Google June 11, 2019

Google Stadia Games, Price, And Release Date Revealed

During its Stadia Connect presentation, Google disclosed more info about its new cloud gaming platform. Particularly, it has revealed the release date, price, and games of Stadia.

Google June 6, 2019

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