What if you could reduce your 90-plus minute commute to work to just six minutes? Uber Technologies Inc.’s new concept aircraft, made with the help of NASA scientists, hopes to do just that for future customers.
“When you set a password for your Twitter account, we use technology that masks it so no one at the company can see it,” Agrawal wrote in a company blog post. “We recently identified a bug that stored passwords unmasked in an internal log.”
A new update for Android users replaces the gun emoji with an orange-and-yellow toy water pistol, Emojipedia announced in a blog post Tuesday.
Google’s decision mimics changes previously made by other companies, including Twitter, WhatsApp and Samsung. Apple led the charge in 2016, effectively saying a gun didn’t have a place in common pictorial language, according to TechCrunch.
Amazon.com Inc. may be gearing up for its next big project: a home robot.
The rumor comes from a Bloomberg report published Monday in which sources familiar with the plan revealed that the company has started work on the domestic robot under the codename, Vesta.
Thousands of family-friendly apps from the Google Play Store are potentially violating federal law, according to a new large-scale study from North American and European universities and organizations.
The research, recently published in the journal Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, showed that 3,337 Android apps on Google Play were improperly collecting children's data and potentially violating the United States Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which limits data collection for kids under age 13.
Facebook is under fire following the revelation that data company Cambridge Analytica acquired data from millions of Facebook users without their knowledge. The news prompted a #DeleteFacebook social media campaign urging users to say goodbye to the platform once and for all.
If you’re hesitant about leaving Facebook cold turkey, there are some ways to ensure your data is safe without deleting your account.