The free phone app does away with bands and bed gadgets.
Over the last year or so, Facebook's public statements have reflected the ongoing process of its moderation policies, both when it comes to election fraud and the even pricklier issue of hate speech. Now, beyond its publicly available Community Stand…
A trip up the California coast in a Honda CR-V to experience the bike show that celebrates all facets of two-wheeled motoring.
Also on the podcast, we talk about Amazon’s Alexa jumping on Android, and we give you a preview of Google I/O.
Amazon’s product page for its new Echo Dot Kids Edition doesn’t mention the words “privacy” or “data.” Mozilla thinks it should. From a report: The e-commerce company last month introduced the new, child-friendly Echo device, powered by an Alexa voice assistant that was modified for kids ages 5 to 12. The $80 gadget becomes available […]
Starting today, Google Chrome will show a full-page warning whenever users are accessing an HTTPS website that’s using an SSL certificate that has not been logged in a public Certificate Transparency (CT) log. From a report: By doing so, Chrome becomes the first browser to implement support for the Certificate Transparency Log Policy. Other browser […]
Every week, we step inside the maze to explore the mind-bending mysteries and tantalising twists of the hit HBO show.
We've seen all that there is to see at the 2018 New York Auto Show, and we won't be walking away disappointed. We saw pure concepts, concepts that clearly point the way for future production models, and comprehensive refreshes of some of the best-sel…
fstack writes: Pi Day was marked this year by the launch of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ as the next evolution to this $35 ARM single-board computer. Phoronix has now put out Raspberry Pi 3 B+ benchmarks showing that the Ethernet performance is indeed much faster now but still doesn’t stack up to other […]