http://feeds.mashable.com - Tim Cook looks at Facebook's messy Cambridge Analytica affair as something of a wake-up call.The Apple CEO has largely kept quiet on privacy issues since Facebook's troubles sprung up last week. That's when we learned that the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica quietly, deceptively gathe
http://feeds.mashable.com - Foldable phones haven't gone much further than the concept stage at this point, but you can bet Apple will be there when they do arrive.That could happen for iPhone as soon as 2020, according to a new analyst report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Such a form factor would give your iPhone the p
http://feeds.mashable.com - As long as online data exists, someone will be out there plotting ways to steal it. (Ahem.) Now that we live in an era where identity theft, copyright infringement, and all sorts of cybercrimes are rampant, companies are willing to pay top dollar to ethical hackers who can protect them from th
http://feeds.mashable.com - You're a smart cookie, and would never typically fall for state-sponsored disinformation online. However, and just bear with me here, what if it came from a Tumblr account with a really great name?And by great, we of course mean so perfectly stupid that it defies belief.SEE ALSO: Tumblr is finally
http://feeds.mashable.com - Uber's self-driving car program faced a major setback when one of its cars hit and killed a pedestrian Sunday night — but the program was struggling before the deadly accident.SEE ALSO: New video shows self-driving Uber before fatally crashing into pedestrianIt appears Uber rushed to launch n
http://feeds.mashable.com - Sacramento's Eco Fitness will help you turn calories into watts. Their cycling class uses SportsArt's 'ECO-POWR' equipment to power energy to the gym. Each cycle has a micro-inverter that connects to the battery, providing the gym with electricity. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Fitne
http://feeds.mashable.com - The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are the best smartphones Samsung's ever made, but its next flagship release, the Note 9, could be even better. What big marquee feature might Samsung's most expensive phone have? If a new report ends up correct, that feature could be a fingerprint sensor built right into
http://feeds.mashable.com - Wireless headphones are the way of the future, but some of us are slow to change. Maybe you bought one of those jack-free iPhones, but still have a favorite pair of headphones you’re not ready to give up. Or maybe you want to dabble in Bluetooth but aren't ready to commit full-time. Whatever
http://feeds.mashable.com - Even Russian spies apparently make mistakes when it comes to VPNs.Like Guccifer 2.0, the self-proclaimed hacker apparently responsible for burrowing into the Democratic National Committee computer network, then sending stolen emails to WikiLeaks.According to a new report by The Daily Beast, Guccife
http://feeds.mashable.com - This week Mark Zuckerberg is all about contrition. Last week? Not so much. While the Facebook CEO continues his non-apology apology tour in an effort to stop the Cambridge Analytica-related bleeding, his company had a very different take on the scandal-in-waiting just last Friday. Specifically
http://feeds.mashable.com - In the wake of Facebook's massive data privacy scandal, Mark Zuckerberg told CNN Tuesday night that he might not be the best person to testify if it were to come to that. But two U.S. Democratic Senators have called for Zuckerberg' personal testimony in front of the Senate Committee on Commerc
http://feeds.mashable.com - The power's in the basket.That's where a portable power pack plugs in for HOPR's newly announced pedal-assist electric bicycle. The two-pound battery can be removed or used to give the traditional bike an electric boost. You can ride for 10 miles on the 180-watt pack and reach up to 15 mph.SEE ALSO
http://feeds.mashable.com - Netflix wants you to hack it. Well, sort of. The entertainment and streaming company announced Wednesday the launch of a public bug bounty program designed to allow security researchers to responsibly disclose vulnerabilities, and, notably, get paid for doing so. SEE ALSO: How to check if
http://feeds.mashable.com - Perhaps Facebook should be regulated. That’s what Mark Zuckerberg said in a rare TV interview on Wednesday night.“I actually am not sure we shouldn't be regulated," Zuckerberg told CNN’s Laurie Segall in a pre-taped interview. "You know, I think in general, technology is an i
http://feeds.mashable.com - You're being watched.No, not on Facebook, but in your car. Or at least you could be, with a new artificial intelligence system that tracks drivers' emotions, energy, and distraction levels.On Wednesdasy, Affectiva, a MIT Media Lab emotional recognition software startup, launched its emotional AI so
http://feeds.mashable.com - Apparently, despite what the blizzards indicate, spring is here. Apple has unveiled a bright lineup of new Apple Watch bands to distract us from the bitter cold.SEE ALSO: The Apple Watch just got way better for skiers and snowboardersThe new bands will be for sale online as well as in some Apple St
http://feeds.mashable.com - The boy king will finally address his subjects.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who has been conspicuously silent about the controversy surrounding Cambridge Analytica, and its reported misuse of Facebook data to help influence the 2016 U.S. election, is said to be planning a public statement about th
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http://feeds.mashable.com - BMW is betting on a better battery.On Tuesday, the company announced it's teaming up with Bay Area-based Sila Nanotechnologies (known as Sila Nano), and promised electric vehicle (EV) battery improvements within five years.SEE ALSO: Your iPhone may be driving Apple to desperate measures in a race t
http://feeds.mashable.com - Snapchat is having a bit of a moment.The tech giant, once the undisputed darling of teens and celebrities alike, found itself in hot water yet again last week after an insensitive ad asking users to "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown" made it way onto its platform. SEE ALSO: Rihanna does NOT