Microsoft’s plans to create a world without passwords have already begun to materialize.
WhatsApp launched in January 2018, just now a year ago, WhatsApp Business, the instant messaging app designed for small businesses.
Instead of 5G, Ford is committed to C-V2X technology (based on 4G – LTE) to communicate their vehicles with each other.
Marriott estimates that extremely sensitive information could be compromised, including public passport data of 5.25 million people and another 20.3 million passport numbers that would be encrypted.
Tik Tok, one of the last booms in Social Media and one of the most downloaded mobile applications in the second half of last year, has not only one, but two “Lite” applications.
This week is the celebration of CES 2019, the largest fair of consumer technology in the world, in Las Vegas (United States), and possibly some mobile phone manufacturers show new terminals to start the year.
Criticism does not usually leave horror films in a very good place. And the truth is that these films rarely achieve what they promise so much: fear.
William Li and Sophia Yang left Google to found their own company in 2016. Now the giant, less than three years later, buys it for 60 million dollars.
A group of Chinese scientists plans to develop the most powerful brain scanner of all time, able to observe the structure and activities of each neuron in a living brain.