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Connected devices are highly vulnerable. They can allow hackers to get into your local networks and – worse case scenario – be controlled from a distance.
Temperature checks and plexiglass barriers between desks can’t prevent one of the most dangerous workplace behaviors for the spread of Covid-19 – the irresistible desire to mingle.
While everyone has likely heard that a smartphone screen can potentially harbour more germs than a toilet bowl, a recent Australian study showed that, under certain conditions, the new coronavirus can survive for 28 days on a smartphone.
From door handles and handrails on public transportation to disposable tissues and enclosed spaces with inadequate ventilation, public health messaging encourages us to be wary of things that present genuine risks of catching the novel coronavirus.
A French startup has presented a solution designed to help you avoid forgetting any important item before leaving your home, office or the restaurant.
Despite massive progress in artificial intelligence technology and increased adoption of industrial robots, consumer-facing robotic products are not nearly as ubiquitous as popular culture predicted decades ago.
From crashing supermarket tills to messing with radiation readouts, Ukraine is hoping to tackle an ever-growing list of cyber attacks with a new law that rights experts warn could give authorities excessive powers to pry into the lives of citizens.
The modern smartphone camera is about far more than just photos and videos. Here are some of the amazing things your phone's camera can already do with recognition and scanning software.
Video game makers call it “crunch” – the process of working nights and weekends to hit a tight deadline. But unlike other professions that might muster employees to work overtime in the final stretches of a project, in game development it can be a permanent, and debilitating, way of life.
The ride-hailing company Uber says it will start requiring passengers to send photos of themselves wearing a face mask if they are flagged by a driver for not wearing one.