Even though it's filled with redactions, the "Jacobs letter" still gives a glimpse into allegations of Uber's "illegal intelligence gathering."
Is your Netflix queue getting a bit stale? You'll be glad to hear there are some exciting additions coming up in January. From family films to comedies and even some classics, I know which videos I'll be streaming on Netflix. Here's a roundup of what's on its way in, and what's on its way out in January.
Plus, discounts on almost every Star Wars PC game ever made.
You have to agree, we all love taking instant photos and videos on our smartphones! To assist us in creating our next mobile photo masterpiece, Google has launched three apps that use AI to help us make our shots more interesting. Are these apps you could use?
A San Francisco animal shelter fires a Knightscope security robot after a fracas over its role with nearby homeless.
The company's budget Galaxy A8 and A8+ for 2018 are said to be preparing an appearance in Las Vegas in January.
Ford is setting its EV and autonomous vehicle teams up in Detroit's hippest neighborhood.
The editors of WIRED discuss some of their favorite products, and spot a few trends along the way.
On Android, Google's navigation service offers more of a helping hand when you're using public transit.
The German firm sees a future where touchscreens and capacitive sensors bring further functionality to your steering wheel.
Google will turn its attention to ARCore that doesn't require special hardware.
Are you looking for a new way to spice up your blog? What about a way to get more likes on your Twitter posts? Social media posts that include infographics and images get far more likes, and if you try out today's Cool Site you will definitely have that opportunity.
Experts believe we might see things like machine-learning-assisted storage and de-archiving becoming commonplace during the coming calendar year.
More than a million people are playing the viral gaming hit PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on the game console, and a promotion could attract more.
BlackBerry said it will no longer deliver monthly security updates for the Android-powered Priv handset.
Microsoft's Cortana is lagging far behind Amazon's Alexa when it comes to available skills, and doesn't look to catch up any time soon.
Designed for HR, product, support, sales and training teams, Fleeq makes it easy to create tutorial and explainer videos. Normally it's $49 per MONTH.
The “net neutrality” vote is making headlines, and many of you have asked me to break it down for you. The topic is divisive, but mostly because not everyone understood what was really happening behind the scenes.
The video streaming giant calling out its users on Twitter is creepy. But it's only the beginning of monetizing viewing data for media content services.
The FCC will not be getting the last word on the fate of net neutrality.
Netflix's ability to extrapolate detailed and specific viewing habits from its vast data set leaves troubling questions about its employees' access to personal customer information.
Take a fresh look at Mars with a European Space Agency image that brings the planet into rare focus.
Sorry, Windows 10 S users. Apple confirms that iTunes won't make it into the Microsoft Store this year, as Microsoft and Apple originally promised.
"Reservoir Dogs," "Doctor Who," and "Zodiac" arrive on Amazon's streaming service.
Timing is everything. Microsoft makes it easier to coordinate schedules between job candidates and interviewers with a new Skype Interviews tool.
DAILY VIDEO: Mirai IoT botnet creators plead guilty for their roles in cyber-attacks; Apple is rolling out more powerful iMac Pro workstations; users will begin their transition from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams; and there's more.
Where we encounter the efforts of security practitioners to apply something that sounds like an old model to the new system of distributed computing, and find out to get it to work, they have to turn it inside out.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pen hybrid was design with a durable magnesium alloy case and a hinge that allows the screen to swing into tablet or notebook mode.
These titanium, brass, and Damascus steel objets d'art will long outlast the plastic doo-dad craze.
A new release of the popular desktop Linux Mint operating system improves commonly used utilities to enhance the overall experience.
It seems like every third-party software developer insists on automatically running its own programs every time you start your PC. Windows 10 offers a powerful tool to determine how much of an impact those programs have on performance and shut down those you don't want.
The most important big data trend in 2018 will involve greater integration with artificial intelligence (AI), data science and machine learning, but metadata management and global data fabrics will also play a key role.
For many families, breakfast is a special occasion. Whatever your breakfast traditions are, you don't want to skimp on the quality of ingredients on those cherished days with your family, especially when it comes to eggs.Quality ingredients matter to you and they matter to our sponsor, HelloFresh.
Cloud services providers Baidu and Microsoft will use AMD’s new EPYC server chips in their cloud environment, helping AMD in its efforts to grow its server ambitions.
How do you use Alexa? Maybe you ask Alexa to play your favorite songs. You may ask Alexa to help out around the house. But did you know that Alexa also has the Christmas spirit? All you have to do is ask questions and enable some "skills," which are essentially apps that work with Alexa.
The new Azure Archive Blob Storage option allows businesses to store their infrequently accessed data on Microsoft's cloud for less than a penny per gigabyte per month.
Shopping season is a difficult time to stay on budget. To make things easier, I've handpicked 4 special tech deals each day to help you find the perfect gift and help you save!
In an advisory, security services firm FireEye warns that a nation-state appears to be infiltrating critical-infrastructure sites and developing ways to cause physical damage.
Amazon's decision to resume sales of the Chromecast device follows Google's threat to cut YouTube access for users of Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show.
Remember when cable TV was something people could steal? Like a pesky neighbor who splits your line and runs into their house. It was all the rage not so long ago and could lead to hefty fines. Now, with the advent of streaming services, people are stealing passwords to use your accounts.
If you're like me, you rely on apps of all kinds to accomplish everyday tasks. When you take the time to download an app, you should be able to expect a certain level of privacy and security to come with it. Unfortunately, that's not always the case. That's why you need to know about this app that could be jeopardizing your privacy.
Today the FCC commission voted on the repeal of the 2015 Net Neutrality law. What does that mean to you, the consumer? Which side of the internet freedom debate are you on?
There are still a lot of superb holiday tech deals left for 2017, from audio and phones to gaming and TV.
You can now compose your tweetstorms all at once, and send them out into the world as one contained screed.
Billions of emails are opened every day by people who have never consented to be tracked, but are being tracked nonetheless.
The $80 Ember Ceramic Mug keeps 10 ounces of coffee at whatever temperature you want, for as long as you want.
This week, a discussion about the humanizing effect of your inbox
The $198 Cap of Courage weaves together ultra-soft Rambouillet wool and synthetic spider silk.
The Movi, a stabilizing gimbal for shooting mobile video, is powered by some advanced software.
The new Always Connected PC boots fast, lasts for days, and never loses internet connection.
Net neutrality wouldn't be a big deal if we had a choice of ISPs in the US. But data from Ookla Speedtest Intelligence shows that most Americans do not.
Bid farewell to the brands, gadgets, games, and technology that didn't make it to 2018.
Local Popularity will let you listen to the hottest songs in different areas of the globe and Play More Like This will let you easily queue up jams similar to those you already love.
The Snooze option lets you temporarily unfollow someone. People, Pages, and groups won't be notified that you've Snoozed them.
Now is your last chance to get an extra $50 off PS4 Pro, a free stuffed bear with the purchase of a $100 Amazon Gift Card, and Black Friday pricing on Dell XPS and Inspiron PCs.
The end of net neutrality means that ISPs may start preferring some websites and services over others. If you don't like that idea, get a VPN.
Coders from around the world came together for a two-day medtech hackathon at Stanford University, building everything from from smart pacifiers to chatbots.
But not until Dec. 31, 2019. Before that, the BlackBerry Travel site will go away in February 2018 and the Playbook video-calling service will end in March 2018.
Warm your cold, dead heart with these classic, funny, terrible, and brilliant movies.
A phishing email that targets the cryptocurrency industry has been linked to the Lazarus Group, a shadowy hacking collective believed to work for North Korea.