Monday, September 16, 2019

Firefox will soon block ad trackers by default

Mozilla has for years let you stop ad trackers from collecting your data, and, soon, Firefox will block them by default. The browser will also give you more control over...

Apple has big plans for health in 2019

Apple will launch more healthcare-related services this year, Tim Cook has revealed in an interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer. The CEO didn't quite elaborate...

Shanghai’s Internet fastest on the mainland

Shanghai's household and mobile broadband speeds were the fastest of any city on the Chinese mainland in the second quarter thanks to network upgrades...

Facebook Portal needs more. At least it just added YouTube

To offset the creepiness of having Facebook’s camera and microphone in your house, its new Portal video chat gadget needs best-in-class software. Its hardware...

10 iconic iPhone features we’ve lost

The iPhone. It's an iconic device which is often credited with the birth of the modern, touchscreen smartphone back in 2007. Apple's wildly popular...

Google’s incognito mode isn’t as private as you thought

Google’s Incognito Mode is a great way to hide your online antics — but there’s a big hole that could leave you exposed. A new study...

Parents slammed for not stopping kid’s Fortnite addiction

Parents of teens who haven’t gone to school for as long as two years because of their gaming addictions have been slammed for their...

Apple releases its first Beddit sleep monitoring device

Apple hasn't ditched, killed or forgotten Beddit. The tech giant has finally released the first Beddit sleep monitoring device since it purchased the company...

Internet of Things trends for 2019

The state of the Internet of Things (IoT) market has not quite seen the explosion it did in 2017, rather it seems as though...

Website uses AI to create infinite fake faces

You might already know that AI can put real faces in implausible scenarios, but it's now clear that it can create faces that otherwise...

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