The debate about whether the government has the right to access encrypted data on personal devices is not going away anytime soon. The FBI claims their actions are necessary to thwart terrorism, while tech companies (including Apple) maintain this practice raises serious privacy concerns.
Last month, Apple unveiled two new hotly anticipated versions of the iPhone: the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, both of which feature Face ID facial recognition technology. I have no doubt using facial recognition software to identify people will soon become a security standard on many devices. However, there are some big risks that can’t be ignored — and should be addressed before facial recognition becomes commonplace.
Finance and lifestyle guru James Altucher has a lot to say on the issue of cybersecurity — and for good reason. Cyber threats are ever growing, and most Americans are walking around completely unprotected.
Internet privacy regulations are on the chopping block this week, which means it’s more important than ever to do whatever you possibly can to protect your personal data.
Garlic breath happens to the best of us. It’s the uncomfortable, embarrassing and inevitable side effect of enjoying one of the world’s tastiest and healthiest foods. But scientists have recently discovered two foods that can help you rid yourself of this pungent condition with just a few bites.
Real progress happens through real people, ideas, and innovations. Not by legislation argued and debated in Congress. Right now, one of the most influential technologies is changing the way people do business. And reinventing the future in the process.
Two important regulatory rulings have been issued in the last day that will have a profound effect on your life, both immediately and over the long run. One forces a continued degradation of AT&T’s cell phone coverage by forbidding a merger with the embattled company T-Mobile. The other targets a feature of Google’s Android phone …