Apple’s highly-anticipated foray into banking has launched in the States, and with it, a set of guidelines about cleaning and maintaining your Apple Card.
It looks like Spider-Man won’t make it into another instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) anytime soon. And we're bummed.
Under pressure to come up with a solution, Huawei announced a new, lean operating system, Harmony OS, to the world on August 9. Similar to Android, Huawei’s new operating system can easily work across multiple device types, from TVs to smartphones.
Is it just us, or does this spat between the US government and Huawei feel like two kindergarteners fighting in the sandbox?
Unlike a nuclear weapon, which would vaporize people within 100 feet and kill almost everyone within a half-mile, the death toll from a large-scale cyberattack would be slower. People might die from a lack of food, power or gas for heat or from car crashes resulting from a corrupted traffic light system.
Silicon Valley companies (and governments) already surreptitiously gather as much data on us as they can and use it in ways we’d rather they didn’t. How sure can we be that our random and personal thoughts won’t be captured and studied alongside the instructions we want to give the technology?
This week on the lightest start you'll get all week -- iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.
Apple's iPhone could be facing some tougher times, based on the newest information from research firm Canalys. According to the company, the tech-maker...
In the wake of the El Paso shooting on Aug. 3 that left 22 dead and dozens injured, a familiar trope has reemerged: Often, when a young man is the shooter, people try to blame the tragedy on violent video games and other forms of media. This time around, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick placed some of the blame on a video game industry that “teaches young people to kill.” Republican House Minority Leade...[Read More]