INNOVENTIONS, Inc. has patented technology that will allow users to interact with their smartwatches with their hand acting as a virtual touchpad.
A research institute has developed MediView XR, a process that allows surgeons to use augmented reality goggles to have X-Ray vision inside patients.
Waymo has announced they will begin sending customers on rides in autonomous cars without safety drivers. Is this something the public will readily accept?
More than 30 civil rights groups signed off on an open letter to elected officials, asking them to end the partnership between police and Amazon Ring Doorbell.
The 2019 Global DNS Threat Report shows that businesses are continuing to not protect themselves against DNS attacks, putting your info at risk.
Tesla’s newest autonomous feature is “smart summon,” a helpful feature designed so that it will pick a user up at a location of their choosing.
Who doesn’t wish there were an IoT device for the chore of taking out the trash? Rezzi plans to solve that with the SmartCan, winner of the Cool Idea award.
Users of 1st- and 2nd-gen Amazon Show devices can hold up an object in front of the device, and the the Alexa “Show and Tell” skill will identify it.
Facebook teamed up with Luxottica, the company behind Ray-Ban, to help them develop the glasses. Don’t expect them real soon, though.
Apple found in a study that people like voice assistants that have the same conversational style they do, leading them to consider mirroring to build trust.
Alexa can be used for a voice-command SQL injection attack to access your data in an app that it’s connected to, such as a bank.
There have been some changes to the airline industry in relation to artificial intelligence, and some airlines believe AI’s effect is really in its infancy.
Google has upped the ante with the new Google Assistant Ambient Mode. When used on an Android, it can allow you to control your smart home devices.
As interest in IoT rises, so does interest in home automation for a number of reasons, including the declining cost and growing interest in safety and security.
In order to battle the large Retadup botnet, antivirus company Avast and the French police teamed up to force the botnet to self-destruct.
A group of biohackers have installed Raspberry Pis under the skin in their legs as part of the PegLeg project, making themselves IoT devices.
More than 400 police forces in the U.S. are partnering up with Ring Doorbell and have been granted potential access to homeowner camera footage.
Everyone seems to have a preferred voice assistant, be it Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri. Yet, that hasn’t stopped others from wanting to break into the field of dedicated users. Microsoft tried to make a splash with Cortana for Windows but have recently pulled back on its reach. Despite this, the BBC, the British media […]