Apple and Tile were back in another congressional hearing facing off against each other in an antitrust investigation by the U.S. Justice Dept. and FTC.
Facebook’s Portal TV has suddenly found a new group of guyers and users in the age of coronavirus COVID-19. It’s caused the device to be sold out.
There’s a new budget fitness band being offered: the Wyze Band. Not only is it only $25, but it will control your smart home devices as well.
Smart thermometers are being used to track coronavirus with the belief that the “seasonal illnesses” map is indicating where coronavirus is being pinned down.
Despite customer fears of privacy, Amazon is forging ahead with plans to release Ring Video Doorbell 3, as leaked images of the product page show.
In the battle to be the first automatic car distributor, Toyota has granted Pony.ai $400m US dollars in order to boost its smart car development.
The NTSB has completed its investigation and is blaming Tesla, Apple, and also the driver for a fatal crash, finding he was playing a video game at the time.
Apple and Johnson & Johnson would like to find out whether the Apple Watch and iPhoone can reduce the risk of stroke and are conducting a study.
Amazon started implementing a 2FA system for all their Ring users. This should help stop hackers from getting an easy foothold on someone’s network.
A recent news story shows that despite the police having access to Ring footage, it’s not even helping them solve crimes, leading to questions.
A teenage athlete is just the next to be saved by the Apple Watch. It alerted him of a high heart rate, he sought help, and had life-saving surgery.
A recent report has discovered a nasty exploit within Philips Hue which shows that even light bulbs are a nasty threat in the IoT world.
The Circular wellnes smart ring provides insights on your daily life, correlating day and night data and offering personal recommendations.
Uber is jumping into the autonomous car game with all four wheel and will start mapping Washington D.C. ahead of plans for testing later this year.
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.