Someone is watching you. What you spend. Where you eat. Who you call. Where you travel. What you Google. What you give to charity.
No doubt the Samsung Galaxy S4 looks very similar to its predecessor the S3 which is a very good phone, but the differences between the two are significant. The S4 touts gesture controls and universal remote capabilities. How good is the S4?
Less is more especially if it means charging and syncing without a cable. You can do that with BuQu Tech's Magentyze Charging System.
Earlier this week Google announced a streaming music service to rival similar services from likes of Spotify, Pandora and Rdio. But can Google's new music service compete?
Computer engineers at N.C. State University have developed software to thwart cyber-attacks.
N.C. State announced researchers Dr. Mo-Yuen Chow and Ph.D candidate Wente Zeng have developed a software algorithm that detects and isolates cyber-attacks on distributed network control systems. A D-NCS, for short, works like a system of networked "mini-brains" opposed to a system of individual "agents" networked to a centralized computing hub.
D-NCSs are used in infrastructural applications including heating systems, power and transportation - pretty sensitive operations.
The software algorithm detects when an individual agent of a D-NCS is breached and isolates it to protect the rest of the system.
You can get more details on the magic from Chow and Zeng here.
Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station has created what is being called the first music video made in space. In the video posted on YouTube, the astronaut sings David Bowie's "Space Oddity" as he floats aboard the ISS in zero gravity.
Some of these statistics depress me for various reasons. Fifty percent don't realize they are clicking ads?
Is this a sign of distracted parenting? Do parents a need a tweet to alert them their baby's diaper needs changing? Huggies TweetPee works with a sensor that attaches to a baby's diaper.
Though it doesn't stop some folks, everyone knows texting and driving is dangerous. What about texting and walking? While some work on technology to help, one group has a solution ready to hit the road - "Seeing Eye People."
President Barack Obama recently named Tom Wheeler as his nominee to replace outgoing Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski. Wheeler is a venture capitalist, and worked as a lobbyist for the cable and wireless industries.