The Viofo A119 is an incredible bargain: just $100 for a simple dash cam including GPS, with high-quality daytime and nighttime video and other handy features. It asks only that you bring your own storage card.
Nintendo's Switch console can be hooked up to a TV, played as a handheld device, or used without even looking at a screen.
A few brave souls predict IoT standards will start to gel this year, but making all those connected things work together still looks like a long shot.
INU is an electric, luxury scooter that's intended for a young generation of urban working professionals.
Options abound for checking out all the championship action on whatever screen you choose.
Google's Chrome browser will be able to play FLAC files by the end of January—as will Firefox.
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With double-wall vacuum insulation, these over-engineered drink holders keep your favorite beverage as cold -- or hot -- as science allows.
An exceedingly simple scan across the forehead and 16 infrared sensors take over 4,000 measurements to find the hottest point. It requires no contact with the skin, unlike traditional methods, making Thermo is the most sanitary way to take anyone’s temperature. Readings appear on the device and sync to your smartphone.
In the latest episode of Security Sessions, CSO Editor-in-Chief Joan Goodchild chats with CSO Publisher Bob Bragdon about recent research around IT budgets, and how much of the budgets are allocated towards security. They also discuss where the money is going, how much is flowing to automation and whether the CSO (or CISO) can get the attention of the board to get more money for security projects.
It may not persuade home theater geeks, but Sony’s “actuator” tech, which turns the entire OLED panel into a speaker, is impressive.
Amazon's Echo is hearing you all the time, and that isn't necessarily a good thing. The device can randomly order items you don't want, record conversations, and has raised several privacy concerns.
The Wireless Desktop 900 keyboard has quiet-touch keys, and the full-size ambidextrous mouse provides comfortable, precise navigation. The Wireless Desktop 900 also includes Advanced Encryption Standard to help protect your information by encrypting your keystrokes. Both the keyboard and the mouse have an average battery life of 2-years.
Don't let your smart clock expose you to hackers. A web app from BullGuard can help.
Antenna technology surged at CES 2017, making free over-the-air broadcasts easier to watch on your own terms.
New streaming boxes, smart TVs, and antenna tools arrived in force at the tech industry's biggest gathering of the year.
Virtual reality was all over CES, providing attendees with a glimpse into the computer animated future. But while show-goers were deep in their virtual worlds, photographers Ann Singer and Alexandra Wimley of BU News Service were outside looking on. Here's what they captured.