Gabriele Lamonaca had a dream of opening a pizzeria in New York. During the pandemic, he built a following on Instagram by posting photos of his pizza creations and then bartering them away.
You may not even realize that a service called Amazon Sidewalk is using a slice of your internet bandwidth. Here is how to shut it down.
If you own an Amazon smart device, odds are good that the company is already sharing your internet connection with your neighbors unless you've specifically told it not to.
Amazon’s Sidewalk feature has law enforcement concerned about potential security risks.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that aims to boost U.S. semiconductor production and the development of artificial intelligence and other technology in the face of growing international competition, most notably from China.
Several major websites like Reddit and Twitch went down Tuesday after an outage at the widely-used cloud service company Fastly.
Apple kicked off its second annual all-virtual developer conference with a keynote that outlined new updates to its software for iPhones and other devices. The presentation highlighted more privacy options for paid iCloud accounts and a “Find My” service that helps find errant AirPods, but included no major product announcements.
Sydney Fowls flew from Ohio to Tampa and decided to see if she could check a pool noodle on her Southwest flight. Sure enough, the college student looked out the window and watched baggage handlers loading her pool noodle onto the plane. Her video quickly went viral.
The world’s richest countries have signed a landmark agreement committing them to confronting corporate tax avoidance and making sure giant tech companies pay their fair share.
A Turkish-made military drone was reportedly used to “hunt down” soldiers in Libya completely autonomously, according to a recent report by the United Nations.
If you have Amazon Alexa, Echo or a Ring Doorbell, the company is launching Amazon Sidewalk to help you keep those devices connected even if your wifi goes out. But cyber experts say it can also leave you open to hackers.
Twitter is launching its first subscription service in Canada and Australia for those willing to pay a monthly fee for exclusive features.
Walmart and AT&T teamed up to offer affordable internet to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
Trump’s blog, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” was no longer active Wednesday and is reportedly down for good.
Amazon’s Sidewalk feature is launching soon, and if you own these devices you will be automatically opted-in.
Some production has resumed at JBS, the world's largest beef and pork producer, after a cyberattack earlier this week.
The White House says it believes U.S. government agencies largely fended off the latest cyberespionage onslaught blamed on Russia intelligence operatives, saying the spear-phishing campaign should not further damage relations with Moscow ahead of next month’s planned presidential summit.
U.S. pipeline operators will now be required to conduct a cybersecurity assessment under a Biden administration directive. Pipeline companies, which until now operated under voluntary guidelines, could face financial penalties if they fail to comply.
The company explained that the company was looking for more ways to give people control over their experience.
Many teens and young adults rely heavily on social media platforms for their news and information. So can social media influencers have an impact on vaccinations?