A telecom regulator in the UK is warning that the festive lights, and a slew of other common household items, can produce electromagnetic fields that block the transmission of radio waves that carry Internet signals, causing Wi-Fi service interruptions.
The technology company's 'Learning Lodge' app store was compromised to reveal data on children and parents who use the site. The company is making every effort it can to rectify the situation, but there are still steps to be taken.
A new report released on Monday says "innovation boxes," which allow corporations to deduct profits from patents and research activity from their taxes would allow the US to maintain its global economic footing. But such boxes can be controversial.
Apple Pay and other mobile payment services have struggled in the US. But internationally, mobile payment services are helping providing access to banking for people without bank accounts, underscoring an global divide.
Li-Fi, a technology that uses visible light pulses rather than radio waves to send data, has achieved speeds of 1 Gbps in real-world tests. Here's how Li-Fi works, and why it might be more secure than Wi-Fi.
The affordable headset, released on Friday, provides immersive viewing experiences while sitting down. But many videos take a while to download, and it may take a while before virtual reality apps live up to the technology's promise of providing truly interactive storytelling.
As the messaging app reverses course and says it will block accounts used by the Islamic State in the wake of deadly shootings in Paris, a new report shows that some people will support criticisms of religion online. But how social media sites moderate content is unclear, free speech advocates say.