LG sees nothing wrong with announcing “a transparent TV with a screen you can see through when on or off.”
If you own any of the smartphones on this list and are using the T-Mobile network you are going to have a bad time after January 29th.
Amazon lawyers have responded as expected to the lawsuit brought against them by Parler.
Here is a refreshing look at Linux Mint 20.1.
Many users feel like they are trapped in an imaginary box now that “email management provider Mimecast said that hackers have compromised a digital certificate it issued”
Today’s sick tech news includes reports that “hackers have leaked the COVID-19 vaccine data they stole in a cyberattack”
Today’s data breach news includes “a social-media management company called Socialarks” and “more than 408GB of personal data for around 214 million Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts worldwide.”
Some recent visitors to Washington, DC are about to get a quick surprise lesson about smartphone apps and metadata.
Here is a post about how the recent rally in the price of Bitcoin is like what happened in 2017 but different.
The president of the European Central Bank is calling for “global regulation of Bitcoin”
Let’s see how well this works out for her: