China has ordered that all foreign computer equipment and software be removed from government offices and public institutions within three years, the Financial Times reports. The government directive likely
The electric scooter company Unicorn was quick to show off its flashy white electric scooter and take customers’ money for pre-orders. It was slower to deliver, and ultimately failed to do. The company
Apple’s new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR were announced all the way back at WWDC 2019 in June, and now we know when you’ll be able to place an order for the high-end hardware: December 10th, according an
TikTok, a popular short-video sharing app, admitted earlier this week that it suppressed the reach of videos made by 'disabled users'. The firm acknowledged that its moderators intentionally prevented
With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker coming out on December 20th, you're bound to see a lot of products that tie into the upcoming movie, but few will probably be as unique as these Coca-Cola bottles.
While file sharing, time tracking, email integration, Gantt Charts, and budget management are usually some of the most requested features in the average project management platform, we still have a proliferation
Nearly a decade ago, Microsoft launched its Windows Phone platform with the promise that its software would free users from their phones. The first big ad campaign showed people engrossed in their devices
This week we learned that the iPhone 11 Pro still tracks location data even when users have turned the features off. Apple gave a limited response saying that “We do not see any actual security implications,”
Apple says its ultra wideband technology is why newer iPhones appear to share location data, even when the setting is disabled
This week, security reporter Brian Krebs asked why the newest iPhone 11 Pro appeared to be sending out a user’s location even when the user disabled Location Services in their phone’s settings, in conflict
It may be realistic, but it also makes Fiber less affordable. Google Fiber's main selling point has been its gigabit internet access, but there has usually been a low-cost option like the $50 100Mbps However,
It's much larger than before and will allow for dual-finger authentication. Qualcomm took a different approach from the rest of the smartphone industry last year when it announced its 3D Sonic in-display
Google's co-founders are taking a backseat. Alphabet has announced that Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as the respective CEO and President of the company, with Google CEO Sundar Pichai taking
Four Google employees who were fired on November 25 after participating in organizing efforts at the company say they will file unfair labor practice complaints with the National Labor Review Board (NLRB).
AWS, the cloud division of Amazon, just announced the next generation of its ARM processors, the Graviton2. This is a custom chip design with a 7nm architecture. It is based on 64-bit ARM Neoverse cores.
After making changes to its recommendation algorithm in an effort to reduce the spread of “borderline” content — videos that toe the line between what’s acceptable and what violates YouTube’s terms of
Microsoft just rolled out a nice new update to its To Do app on iOS that makes it easier to keep track of shared lists. Push notifications are now available to those with personal Microsoft accounts, you’ll
Narrator: The average lifespan of a car is 150,000 miles. Your average driver drives 13,500 miles every year, meaning a car lasts about 11 years. Now, imagine you had a car that could last 400,000 miles.
Social video network TikTok apparently limited the reach of people with disabilities, including facial disfigurement and Down syndrome. According to Netzpolitik.org, which spoke with a source inside the
Russia's President Vladimir Putin takes part in a ceremony launching Gazprom's Power of Siberia gas pipeline to China via a video link in Sochi, Russia December 2, 2019. Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin
No Face ID required: Apple Pay Express Mode now available for the London Underground, here’s how to set it up
If you are in London, you can now travel using Apple Pay on the Underground network without having to use Touch ID or Face ID authentication. This means that you don’t need to hold up the queue at the