• Office Depot Caught Selling 'Fixes' for Non-Existent PC Problems

    Office Depot Caught Selling 'Fixes' for Non-Existent PC Problems

    The retailer will no longer use PC Health Check following reports that it was recommending costly fixes for non-existent problems.The Seattle-based KIRO 7 news team recently took a pile of brand-new computers to six Office Depot locations around Portland, Ore.
  • Navigate the Mall With a Pepper Robot

    Navigate the Mall With a Pepper Robot

    If you're planning on braving the crowds to visit a physical mall during the holiday shopping season, you might get a surprise visit from Pepper, the humanoid robot that has previously graced hospitals and Japanese Pizza Hut restaurants.Several Pepper robots will be taking up residence at two California shopping malls in December to help shoppers find their way to stores.
  • Beware: Google.com Is Not Always Google.com

    Beware: Google.com Is Not Always Google.com

    Canadian firm Analytics Edge early this month spotted a fake search engine appearing on Google's data service as "secret.Navigate to the address and you'll be redirected to "xn--oogle-wmc.
  • Would You Sacrifice Sex for Online Security?

    Would You Sacrifice Sex for Online Security?

    To what lengths would you go to ensure online privacy?According to a new survey, about 40 percent of Americans would refrain from sex and give up their favorite food to avoid cybersecurity headaches.
  • Panasonic Invests $60M in Laundry-Folding Robot

    Panasonic Invests $60M in Laundry-Folding Robot

    Children and robots are our future—which is probably why Panasonic recently invested $60 million in the world's first laundry-folding bot.From Japan-based Seven Dreamers, Laundroid uses image-recognition algorithms and tech to identify types of clothing (T-shirts, towels, pants, etc.
  • ESET Smart Security Premium 10

    ESET Smart Security Premium 10

    Naturally this mega-suite includes every feature found in ESET's NOD32 antivirus.This year saw the introduction of ESET Internet Security 10, an entry-level security suite with almost all of the features previously reserved for ESET Smart Security.
  • Self-Driving Cars Coming to Boston

    Self-Driving Cars Coming to Boston

    The MIT spin-off will put its self-driving Renault Zoe electric vehicle on the road in the Seaport section of the city before year's end.During the road trials, nuTonomy's software is expected to learn local signage and road markings, as well as build on behavioral knowledge gained during recent trials in Singapore.
  • Amazon Alexa Offers Hands-Free Access to  60,000 Recipes

    Amazon Alexa Offers Hands-Free Access to 60,000 Recipes

    In partnership with Allrecipes, the digital assistant helps you plan breakfast, lunch, and dinner via hands-free access to 60,000 recipes.Say "Alexa, ask Allrecipes for the Recipe of the Day," for instance.
  • Apple Keynote (for Mac)

    Apple Keynote (for Mac)

    If you've ever used Apple's Keynote to create a presentation, you won't need to read a recommendation for it.Apple Keynote is affordable because for most Mac users, it comes included with the purchase of a laptop or desktop computer (available to anyone who bought a new Mac on or after October 1, 2013).
  • F-Secure Internet Security (2017)

    F-Secure Internet Security (2017)

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  • Amazon Introduces Alexa-Exclusive Deals This Weekend

    Amazon Introduces Alexa-Exclusive Deals This Weekend

    21, ask the intelligent personal assistant for daily deals, or go online to see a list of the day's offers.It's as simple as saying "Alexa, order [product].
  • Ambient Weather WS-01T Color Changing Wireless Temperature Night Light

    Ambient Weather WS-01T Color Changing Wireless Temperature Night Light

    When it comes to detecting temperature inside your home, the Ambient Weather WS-01T Color Changing Wireless Temperature Night Light doesn't require Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or an elaborate setup.The Ambient Weather WS-01 is just the night light portion of the setup, and retails for $9.
  • SpaceX Seeks Approval for Satellite-Based Internet Service

    SpaceX Seeks Approval for Satellite-Based Internet Service

    Move over, Mark Zuckerberg: Elon Musk wants to build a satellite system to provide low-cost Internet service worldwide.The entrepreneur's SpaceX firm this week filed a request for approval with the Federal Communications Commission.
  • Report: Android Firmware Sent Personal Data to China

    Report: Android Firmware Sent Personal Data to China

    A number of budget Android smartphones are suspected of sending text messages to China every 72 hours.Security firm Kryptowire, which first reported the secret backdoor on Tuesday, blamed a firmware developed by Shanghai Adups Technology Company.
  • Trying to Conceive? 7 High-Tech Fertility Monitors to Try

    Trying to Conceive? 7 High-Tech Fertility Monitors to Try

    For at least the length of recorded history, humans have been attempting to plan and prevent pregnancy.Lucky for us, this age of technology has ushered in new and tested ways for us to understand our bodies and fertility like never before.
  • Twitter Purges Alt-Right Accounts

    Twitter Purges Alt-Right Accounts

    In a video titled Knight of Long Knives (a reference to the 1934 mass murder of Nazi leaders by Adolf Hitler), Spencer calls Twitter's move "corporate Stalinism.But the company told USA Today that "Twitter Rules prohibit targeted abuse and harassment, and we will suspend accounts that violate this policy.
  • Facebook Integrates Instagram for Biz

    Facebook Integrates Instagram for Biz

    In the four years since Facebook acquired Instagram, the companies have shown little synergy.The social media giant this week announced an easier way for companies to manage interactions across Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.
  • Get Smart With Stacey: What to Consider When Building a Connected Home

    Get Smart With Stacey: What to Consider When Building a Connected Home

    The smart home is gaining ground, but it's still a muddle of confusing standards, competing platforms, and gadgets that don't do what you might expect.If you have smart home questions you'd like me to answer, send an email to questions@iotpodcast.
  • Intel Invests $250M in Autonomous Driving

    Intel Invests $250M in Autonomous Driving

    During a keynote speech at the LA Auto Show's Automobility conference, the company revealed plans to "make fully autonomous driving a reality.At the heart of autonomous driving is the ability of the car to see, interpret, and act on everything around it.
  • Pre-Order $129 'Google Wifi' Router Replacement

    Pre-Order $129 'Google Wifi' Router Replacement

    6, the wireless router is being offered as a single $129 device, or in a $299 bundle of three for use as a "mesh" system around your home.Keep in mind that a long, narrow home or particularly thick walls may require additional Wifi points.