Internet of Things
For some reason, Samsung apps designed to control internet-connected washer and dryers require "bogus," "absurd," "unacceptable," "pesky," and "awful" permissions.
Charging extra for safety features is nothing new, but actively disabling them for missed payments may be the future.
Inside music tech's battle for your brain, your ears, and your emotions.
Home surveillance devices like Amazon Ring are already illegal, but the Republican-led FCC has done nothing to enforce its own rules.
Flywheel bikes, a victim of the internet of broken things, are slowly being unbricked thanks to a Raspberry Pi and an open-source program.
Some functionality of the first generation of smart lightbulbs will suddenly stop working in April because Philips no longer feels like supporting them.
Since companies won’t secure the internet of broken things, researchers are trying to educate consumers as to the security and privacy risks.
Biggest IoT study ever finds “smart” devices hoover up a universe of user behavior data and share it with a laundry list of global third parties, frequently with little transparency to the end user.
Cisco Talos researchers report finding eight security vulnerabilities in the Nest Cam IQ that can allow attackers to take over the camera, prevent its use or allow code execution.
Chucky wreaks havoc using the Internet of Things.
The “moderate to severe” vulnerabilities discovered by the hacker LimitedResults have since been fixed, according to the smart bulb company LIFX.