Archive for June, 2018
Niantic revealed the Niantic Real World Platform, which uses machine learning and computer vision technology to understand the surrounding environment and the objects within it, which should inform more immersive AR experiences.
The most dangerous of the three flaws, the aLTEr attack, allows attackers to eavesdrop on people's communications from miles away.
Leap Motion today released an update to the Project North Star CAD files which includes a slot for the Leap Motion developer kit hardware.
The next Microsoft Surface may just fit in your jeans, according to a new report.
The organization, which trains police to respond to active shooters, uploaded database with personal info to a public web server without password protecting it.
Pimax issued a backer update saying that it once again missed its projected delivery timeframe, but it’s gearing up for mass production over the summer.
A security researcher found a flaw in NameTests.com' quiz app that would have allowed any third-party to harvest the data of up to 120 million users.
EVGA added another PSU line, called BR, to its huge portfolio. The new units feature 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency and are non-modular.
A Norwegian Consumer Council report, called "Deceived By Design," accuses Google and Facebook of using interface "dark patterns" to nudge users into giving away their data.
A data breach caused by malware in the Inbenta chatbot put the names, email addresses and financial information of Ticketmaster's UK customers at risk.