Security without cameras and listening in on people.
Microsoft details the features it's no longer working on in Windows 10 and those it's removed in version 2004.
Coming off pandemic, health is a growth sector for robots.
Attorneys suing the company will now have access to the report in preparation for a potential trial.
Android Studio 4.0 promises to make Android developers more productive.
Work.com is an example of investing in a downturn and now Salesforce.com aims to broaden its reach as a digital transformation engine.
Over 100 new cases have been linked to Coupang facilities.
Only until recently were Indian citizens forced into downloading Aarogya Setu under fear of arrest. However, without data protection laws, the government in cahoots with private entities will still be able to do whatever it wishes under the guise of national security.
Monetary Authority of Singapore tasks two teams, comprising banks and artificial intelligence industry players, to develop metrics that ensure the "responsible use of AI" for credit risk scoring and customer marketing.
Services Australia has identified 470,000 debts raised wholly or partially using income averaging of ATO data.
The malware's end goal was to install a remote access trojan and grant hackers access to highly sensitive workstations were sensitive projects were being developed.
The eProcurement Portal will be used to procure network, unified communications, cybersecurity, and data centre hardware, software, and services for the next five years.
Confirms information accessed includes name, address, age, and payroll information such as salary, superannuation, and tax file number.
New wholesale pricing structure leaves cable users guessing.
A tender for the online hub has been published, 18 months after the recommendation was made.
Apple's HomePod can be used as a hub to control HomeKit devices via Siri voice commands. Here's a selection of accessories worth investigating.
Here's a whole list of AI movies to stream next time you're in the mood for something self-aware
Ensure your holiday cooking is made easy with these food and drink gadgets.
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There is a huge range of Internet of Things (IoT) devices on the market in 2017 which can make your home smarter, safer, and more efficient.
A look at the latest hardware reviews and features from ZDNet.
Take steps to protect your smart home gadgets by implementing and adopting a hardware-led approach that sees security embedded from the ground up.
Building and coding with the 16-by-8-pixel display.
Internet-connected devices like security cameras, air quality monitors, and smart plugs are making their way into homes and workplaces. Here are 10 worth considering.
It's surprisingly easy to build your own retro gaming console, media center and smartphone -- all from scratch
Take a look at Apple's latest and greatest hardware and software from WWDC 2017.
Breeze through the hot summer with these IoT-enabled devices and sensors, all controlled from your smartphone.
Looking after your pet can be made easier with IoT and AI. Here are the best pet care activity trackers, monitors, and helpers we have found around the web.
From using an outdated messaging app to not being able to find the White House light switches, the Trump White House has already had its fair share of tech blunders.
Details were exposed online for 22 days.
It will also develop a data hub to store all of the collected information in real time.
Three cache of Ring user credentials have surfaced this week.
The FBI recommends changing factory-set (default) passwords and not allowing an IoT device's accompanying mobile app to gain access to too many smartphone permissions.
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani cover their top tech gift recommendations this holiday season in this week's episode of Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2OV0Xu0
To help avoid major collisions on the road.
The Amazon Dash Smart Shelf is a smart scale that will monitor supply levels and automatically place an order.
The final block of new IPv4 addresses is handed out even as IPv6 adoption remains sluggish.
All the top technology firms made our list of the year's worst products and services. But Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani differ on the reasons why in this week's Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/348HTO5
Fifty years ago, Leonard Kleinrock’s lab sent the first packets on the internet, but he’s concerned about the hellstew his creation has become, so he’s back with a blockchain-based plan to fix it. Tiernan Ray explains that ZDNet readers responded with variety of thoughts on Kleinrock’s proposal. Read more: https://zd.net/2PS8tXL
The SmartCan can get itself to the curb on garbage day without you having to remember to put it there. This is progress.
Exclusive: Amazon, Google fail to address security loopholes in Alexa and Home devices more than a year after first reports.
Jason Squared's Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow look back at the best and worst tech products of the past decade in this week's Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/33Z4kVJ
Sensors distributed across the city will allow the collection of real-time data to improve services, says the council.
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