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The phone startup has been accused of stealing trade secrets relating to its modular connector, reports Reuters.
It’s called the Connect Tag and it's the first of its kind to use narrowband technology, according to Samsung. Stay safe, kids.
Four zombie aficionados will receive a selection of signed Norman Reedus and "The Walking Dead" swag. This giveaway will end Oct. 31, 2017.
Barely mentioning cars, the company lifts the curtain on its next 80 years.
Hollywood executive notes that rampant sexual harassment is not limited to entertainment industry.
Uber board member Arianna Huffington predicts the closure of the mega-investment is at hand.
We talk about KRACK, a new vulnerability found in a majority of Wi-Fi hotspots, and dish about 5G.
A weakness in the WPA2 protocol places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk. Google says it will patch its Android gadgets in "the coming weeks."
Smart devices and appliances, everything from your refrigerator to your television, are ideal targets for hackers thanks to the KRACK exploit.
The company has a fix for the vulnerability in beta now.
A weakness in Wi-Fi-connected devices could expose you to nearby hackers. Here are answers to your questions about that.
Some companies already have updates to fix the Wi-FI flaw available, but others say it'll take a few weeks.
Next-gen networks will have vast capacity so your phone can handle data even in massive crowds. Help for self-driving cars will have to wait longer, though.
The tech giant reiterates points from its own report last month, including that the iPhone X doesn't store or send biometric information.
Who wins the ultimate toothy predator showdown? A study on alligator diets finds the opportunistic reptiles will snack on sharks when it's convenient.
They've got 90 days to roll out an email validation system that should help protect against spoofed emails and phishing attacks.
Judge issues final judgment in legal battle with patent holder that began in 2010.
But the streaming company’s subscriber rolls surged before the company started charging members as much as $2 more a month.
Mark Zuckerberg’s social network once again makes a play to appeal to young users.
It may be light on comic book history, but the hot and heavy exploration of sexual freedom in the early 20th century will lasso you in.