by Lee Rickwood
One of the newer threats to any connected device or valuable stash of data is cyber extortion, where a hacker gains control of someone’s computer or connected device and holds it – and the data it contains – for ransom.
by Lee Rickwood
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
One of the biggest issues facing hybrid and EV drivers is range anxiety, or the fear that they will run out of charge before getting to a charging station. “Having 320 kilometers of range is one way to overcome range anxiety,” Carlisle says, “another way is to have convenient charging. We need to work with other parties and partners to make this happen.”
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Every company seemed to have one, or at least had some news related to the wearables market which took up most of an additional exhibit space here at CES 2015.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Are you driving an iPhone or an Android? While we don’t think about our vehicles that way today, it is definitely our future.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla We’re days away from the Consumer Electronics Show but there are already some hints of some trends that we should be expecting.
Photos and text by Ted Kritsonis
The public’s increasing focus and awareness over health goes back at least the last five years, but the consumer tech industry was slow to adapt to changing attitudes. Until now, at least. The number of companies, gadgets and apps designed to help people in almost every facet of their physical and mental well-being is continually growing, and this year will likely cast a big spotlight on all of them as a whole.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla 2013’s International CES is now history. We look back at some of the displays that defined this year’s biggest consumer tech show.
By Ted Kritsonis
Israel is a country that is almost always in the news for either political reasons or tourism, but the tiny state is making a name for itself as a hub for startup tech companies. On a recent high-tech mission to the country, we got to see some of the startups that are looking to change the world.