Tile testified in the United States Congress against Apple that its privacy-related feature in iOS 13 to not force phone-tracking on customers limits Tile devices.
Wyze suffered a data leak that exposed the personal information of 2.4 million customers, thought it is owning up to it and taking quick action to mitigate it.
New federal regulations were proposed that would require drones to broadcast tracking signals, allowing their locations to be identified, as well as their operators.
It was discovered that the KeyWe Smart Lock has a design flaw that can be exploited by an attacker to easily pick the lock and that the firmware can’t be patched.
Just before Black Friday, the FBI issued a warning to consumers about the risks and dangers of owning a smart TV, such as hacking and data colleciton.
Thanks to a web backend and mobile app for a cheap children’s smartwatch, locations and other data for the kids is being exposed.
While the Apple Watch has still saved lives, three flaws have been identified with a study of just how many people the Apple Watch does help.
A study raised some interesting ideas about how the use of robots can also inspire humans to work faster and more accurately.
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.
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.
In order to battle the large Retadup botnet, antivirus company Avast and the French police teamed up to force the botnet to self-destruct.
As countries become “smarter,” more hackers are doing IoT attacks to disrupt everyday life. India has been the most attacked country in the world.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is stipulating a rule that weapons may not be attached to drones, as it is seen as a “dangerous mix.”
We’ve been discussing the safety of autonomous cars as they drive, but how will self-driving cars negotiate the best place for drop-offs?
Owners of the June Oven reported that the smart ovens sometimes turn on in the middle of the night and begin preheating withuot the owners knowledge.
The IoT revolution is in full swing, but not all companies are benefiting from it. In fact, about 30% of IoT products never make it into a tangible gadget.
When it comes to IoT, which companies do you trust? A PC Mage survey has determined Facebook is the least trusted IoT company out there.