Google is coming to the foldable market late -- although not as late as Apple, which doesn't have a foldable yet -- but it's taking advantage of its timing by targeting some of the perceived deficiencies of the Galaxy Fold.
The FBI's Denver office is cautioning consumers about using free public charging stations, saying bad actors can use the USB ports at the juice stops to introduce malware and monitoring software onto devices.
Dubbed pet tech, pet industry developers use the technology to improve the health, well-being, and overall quality of pets' lives. Apparently, they also use it as a source of data acquisition that puts users' security at risk.
The issue of cyberbullying has gained significant attention in recent years due to the widespread use of the internet and social media platforms. Fortunately, software tools are now available to help combat cyberbullying, and one of the most popular is Bark.
Last week, I wrote about my longing for Windows users to have the same robust experience that macOS users have for accessing iMessage on their Mac devices. Intel's Unison app, now available on select Intel Evo-certified laptops from HP, Lenovo, and Acer -- and presumably more Windows laptops in the ...
Intel Unison is certainly better than nothing for Windows users. However, the overall ecosystem experience is nowhere near what Apple continues to offer without compromises.
Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy S23 series at its Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event in San Francisco. Judging by the specs and new features in this new smartphone lineup, it's hard to fathom how the traditional digital camera space will ever recover.
It's the beginning of a new year, and economically we are in a bit of trouble. But some amazing technologies are coming to market this year that I look forward to seeing.
Every year I look back at my Product of the Week choices and pick what I think made the most significant impact on my life as the Product of the Year. There were a lot of contenders this year, which I will cover, but I want to lead with why I'm calling out BlackBerry.