A security researcher has cracked WPA2, the encryption standard used to secure most modern Wi-Fi networks.
The Fader Stealth Drone is ready to fly right out of the box, this drone is loaded with advanced features that make flying a breeze for beginners, and a ton of fun for experts.
Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak has lent his nickname to a new online learning institute.
Remember that Yahoo accounts breach back in August 2013? Yeah, it’s worse than first reported. Like, three times worse.
Amazon held a press event on Wednesday, where it debuted several new products in its popular Echo lineup of smart devices.
It’s almost October, and there’s plenty of new content on the way to Netflix. However, there’s also plenty of shows and movies to wave goodbye to.
T-Mobile on Tuesday announced that it is increasing the point where an “unlimited” subscriber would face lower data speeds during times of network connection.
Check out the latest movies and TV shows to come to Netflix in September 2017.
Amazon Echo Gains Multi-Room Music Playback, Amazon and Microsoft Working Together to Improve Alexa & Cortana
Amazon on Tuesday announced a new multi-room music playback feature for their Amazon Echo Internet-connected smart speaker lineup. Amazon and Microsoft are reportedly joining forces to improve their voice-controlled digital assistants, Alexa and Cortana.
Amazon has cut the price of its Music Unlimited streaming music subscription service for U.S. students.
AT&T. Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon are all offering free service to users in areas hit by Hurricane Harvey.
CrashPlan for Home parent company Code42 has announced they are pulling out of the consumer backup market.
Sling TV on Tuesday announced they have launched a beta version of an in-browser player for the Google Chrome web browser.
The Micro Drone 3.0 is the drone for everyone, with streaming first-person flight view, and speeds of up to 45 MPH, this drone is fun for first-time flyers as well as expert pilots!
Disney will pull all of its movies from the Netflix streaming service, and is making preparations to launch its own streaming offerings.
AT&T has signed a deal with CBS which will bring the CBS lineup of channels and services to the DIRECTV NOW streaming service “in the coming days.”