More Americans are turning to electric vehicles. The number of electric vehicle registrations doubled last year. Apple is spending $500 million on video game streaming service. Amazon might offer a free music streaming service as soon as this week. It would be available via its Echo speakers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg oversaw plans to consolidate the social network’s power and control competitors by treating its users’ data as a bargaining chip, while publicly proclaiming to be protecting that data, according to about 4,000 pages of leaked company documents largely spanning 2011 to 2015 and obtained by NBC
Rideshare company Lyft is temporarily pulling its electric bicycles from three major cities after some riders reported braking issues, NBC News reported. The e-bikes, which can be powered with electricity or by pedaling, have been removed from New York City, San Francisco’s Bay Area and Washington, D.C. Approximately 3,000 of
Americans are straying from cable television in favor or streaming services. They may appear to be cheaper, but that’s not always the case. YouTube TV prices are increasing up to $15, but at least subscribers will be able to access new channels. Nearly 70 percent of hotels leak guest information
Idiosyncratic Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk released a surprise rap song about Harambe, the gorilla that was killed by zookeepers after a toddler fell into his enclosure in 2016. Musk tweeted a link to a Soundcloud page for the song titled “RIP Harambe” on Saturday along with the message
The world’s largest medical device company has acknowledged that many of its implanted cardiac defibrillators use an unencrypted wireless protocol that could allow an attacker to change the settings of the lifesaving devices, NBC News reported. The vulnerability affects more than 20 defibrillator models, monitors and programmer units made by
Technology that could silence illegal scam and spam robocallers has passed a major test, and is now just months away from arriving on your phone. On Wednesday, AT&T and Comcast announced they had completed the first-ever exchange of “authenticated” calls between separate networks. Both companies hailed the test as a
The state of California will overhaul all of its emergency call centers with a new technology in hopes of improving its location accuracy and situational awareness. RapidDeploy is a new, cloud-based system that will improve location accuracy and natural disaster awareness for responders with live data feeds for fires, earthquakes,