ImpactWayv has released its app that connects users and socially responsible brands that want to do good.
Android users experienced 1.9 times more fraud than iOS users.
The convenience of social media and ease of online shopping comes with a cost: Our data privacy -- or lack of it. But have we consented to our data being accessed or sold?
Show sponsors cite the disappointing pace of key COVID-19 metrics, including uncertainties about global vaccination rollouts. But that's not stopping Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
If you are worried about your voice assistant listening in all the time, then Sensory’s new private voice UI may suit you.
How do business owners identify their own niche and competition – and which platform do they use to target their potential customers? It is certainly not LinkedIn, according to a new survey.
There has been a heightened appetite among US consumers for VPN services throughout 2020 and into 2021
It seems like more and more people are turning away from Facebook and joining platforms like MeWe.
A new platform has recently launched where you can sell your specialities and knowledge through 1-to-1 video calls directly to your audience.
NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have become a hot commodity lately, with artists, musicians, sportspeople, and even entrepreneurs making millions trading them. But are they overhyped and will the NFT bubble soon burst?
NFTY Jigs intends to reach game lovers who can help attract "creativity and energy" to the non-fungible token (NFT) space.
Americans fear more than just AI taking their jobs and believe that the least trusted technologies are AI or AI-related.
Concerns over the negative effects of social media are becoming more common, so could a new kind of ad-free app give us a healthier social media experience?
As consumer data privacy issues make people more suspicious about handing over their data, SavvyShares offers consumers shares and annual dividends for answering surveys and allowing digital data tracking on their phones.
There are several benefits to having an effective battery backup system for your home office or workplace if you lose power often or want to live a life off-grid.
Technology progresses so fast nowadays -- it leaves much-loved items behind. Here are some of my favorite items that sadly no longer exist in their original forms.
Get your groove on whilst you are out and about with these superb rugged Bluetooth waterproof portable speakers.
Using influencers is now a common practice across brands. But what things do influencers look for in order to work with your brand?
Although hackers are getting more and more sophisticated, you can still recognize that something is not right online. NordVPN shares tips on spotting a phishing message -- and keep your online activities safe.
This Black Friday, you could snap up some deals, and upgrade your home office tech with cool hardware
Add these useful, cool tech items to your back-to-school list for 2018.
Have ever quit using a fitness tracker, and if so, why? Here is what respondents to a survey hated about their trackers -- and which came out on top.
Many now think that passwords cannot secure their PCs and phones, so how will we gain access to our devices in the near future?
Here's my round up of the most comfortable in-ear Bluetooth headphones for sports and activities.
We are living longer than ever before -- thanks to these tech inventions.
Most of us do not know that we are using chatbots to talk to service agents, so how will we know that AI will be seamlessly interacting in with our future lives?
Smartphone sales have plateaued now that everyone has a mobile device. So, what is next for mobile phone makers and service providers in the post-app, post-smartphone era?
If you are concerned about Facebook playing fast and loose with your personal data, here are a few other social networks you can try.
If you are getting bored with your existing portable speaker, have a look at these recent releases.
If your boss -- or your workload -- is getting the better of you, take time out with these apps and gadgets designed to relax you and remove your stress.
If you are like nine in 10 Americans, you probably have a junk drawer full of old tech that is losing value every day.
Voice calls, video and messaging help us stay more connected during lockdown.
Would you trust a robot more than your manager? A new global study found that the majority of workers most definitely would.
Businesses are expected to lose $1.3 billion in 2019 in online ad spending because of fake influencer followers.
If you wonder why you never have any time to do anything, you might want to look at the culprit that is causing the time suck: Your smartphone.
Start-up companies are falling behind on social media influence whereas older established companies are leading the way in social according to a new report.
Preston So, director of research and innovation at Acquia, talks with Tonya Hall about the process of merging technology, data, and the customer experience and the benefits that come with that information.
Four out of five Americans distrust mainstream social media sites like Facebook.
WeChat, the most popular messaging app among Chinese consumers, reports a milestone 1 billion daily active users by the end of 2018.
The mattress manufacturer collects 8.5 billion biometric data points every night via its smart beds, says Sleep Number CEO Shelly Ibach. To protect that data, the company is building direct relationships with customers, she said.
Boulder officials tried to expand ride sharing for low-income residents with $100,000 in monetary incentives but only managed to hand out $265. Julia Richman, Boulder's chief innovation and technology officer, explains what the results mean for future mobility efforts.
An 802.11g wireless router with an integrated ADSL modem suitable for multiple PC homes and small offices.
Sony's latest flagship VAIO notebook, the A39GP, will appeal to avid gamers and multimedia enthusiasts with deep pockets.