The smart power plug allows you control older appliances, like lights or coffee makers.
Nicer than the SUV it replaces, the "all-new" Nautilus feels more like the sum of many small improvements rather than a quantum leap.
The higher-end Echo smart speaker will also have a more powerful bass.
A new Netflix limited series seems to ride the line between sanity and the opposite.
Infosec bod claims he glimpsed sensitive personal info left on unwiped servers
Servers that once belonged to defunct Canadian gadget retailer NCIX turned up on the second-hand market without being wiped – and their customer data sold overseas – it is claimed.…
Mediocre malware operator 'fesses up to DC infection
A Romanian woman has admitted running a ransomware operation from infected Washington DC's CCTV systems just days before President Trump was sworn into office in the US capital.…
Emails discussed how to "leverage" the web giant's search function to counter Trump's controversial ban, the Wall Street Journal reports.
An Alexa-powered microwave and wall clock were just the tip of the Alexa iceberg today.
Liam O'Connor is one of a handful of Tesla execs to exit amid current climate.
Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant.
LEDs on this clock add at-a-glance convenience to your Alexa timers.
And the $60 microwave will automatically order more when you run out.
Don't click on the link, people – well, people using the database on a vulnerable installation
The Zero Day Initiative has gone public with an unpatched remote-code execution bug in Microsoft's Jet database engine, after giving Redmond 120 days to fix it. The Windows giant did not address the security blunder in time, so now everyone knows about the flaw, and no official patch is available.…