A pair of lawsuits against Amazon claim Alexa is not all that safe for children and that the voice assistant illegally records children without their consent.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) announced their plans to establish several global councils that will decide how the future of IoT will pan out.
Recently, NVidia announced their entry into the world of IoT, using NVIDIA EGX as their platform. Here’s what you need to know about the EGX platform.
Amazon is being called into question for their practice of sharing videos from their Ring Doorbell Camera users, with people suggesting they’re profiting from it.
A tenant was locked in his apartment by his smart lock, with no phone to unlock it. He and others sued to have the right to have a digital key.
A man died while he had the Autopilot turn on in his Tesla, and now his family filing a lawsuit claiming the Autopilot feature was defective.
With so many companies vying to enter the IoT world, Microsoft has made another bold step into this new world by purchasing the company Express Logic.
Not only do Amazon Alexa employees listen to your Alexa dialog, they can also easily find out your address and your phone number.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple because the batteries swell and fall off the Apple Watch. They claim they are not offered free repairs.
With the boom in IoT devices comes an increase in electronics production. Let’s take a look at how IoT is earning some countries a tidy sum.
A new study shows 84 percent of Apple Watch users who received irregular pulse notifications were later determined to have A-Fib.
Research shows that artificial intelligence can easily confuse objects when they are viewed at different angles or while moving, such as with autonomous cars.
Microsoft has decided to no longer offer support for the Microsoft Band, but if you were still using it on March 1, you could be getting a sizable refund.
A new rule for drones will require owners to make sure they have the ID number showing on the outside to protect emergency workers.
Japan is pursuing hacking into all insecure IoT devices ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to see how many gadgets there are that are hackable.
One man had his life turned when he heard his Nest camera talking, only to discover a hacker had gained access to it! How did this occur in the first place?
There were so many devices received as Christmas gifts that Alexa crashed on Christmas Day with the amount of people setting them up.
The Apple Watch will now have a 45-day return policy instead of the normal 14-day but only with regards to the upcoming heart health features.