Apple launched its newest gadget: AirTags. It’s a tiny tag that you can put in…
I use tech a lot. Heck, I work in the tech sector. So I like to play with gadgets, and I have an opinion on privacy invading barbies and what happens in AI.
Blog posts about those kinds of things end up in this category.
Do you have Siri on your iPhone, or Google Assistant on your Samsung Galaxy? You may even have a Google Home or Amazon Alexa in your living room. Machine learning at its best!
Ever wonder who else is listening in?
I don’t have cable, but instead I have a PC hooked up to my television and receiver. I’ve recently embarked on remote controlling my setup better. It was an adventure, to say the least.
This is not a post about the Chinese version of ‘the Panic Room’. This is a post about artificial intelligence and the different types of AI out there.
This week, a weakness in the Wifi standard was revealed. This flaw was found in the standard itself, not in a device where it was just implemented wrong. That’s surprising. It means it affects just about every wifi-enabled device out there. The question now becomes: how do we make our devices safe again? I’ve ranted about IoT things before, this time I’m focusing on smartphones.