Tag: privacy

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Canada Walks and Talks Wearable Tech

by Lee Rickwood
Smart tech-enabled wearables can improve health care systems and hopefully outcomes, but the successful use of data collecting devices and AI-enabled analytics will depend on patient data protection, awareness and confidence.

Samsung Electronics Declares “Age of Experience” at CES 2020

By Yasmin Ranade
Samsung Electronics announced the “Age of Experience” at the opening keynote at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). As the featured keynote speaker, Samsung Consumer Electronics President and CEO H.S. Kim described how human-centric innovations will create personalized experiences that make life more “convenient, enjoyable, and meaningful.”

What Are The Most Hackable Tech Gifts?

By Christine Persaud
As we enter a new year, chances are many of you will continue to shop online as you seek out great post-holiday deals and prepare for upcoming birthdays and other celebrations that involve gift-giving. And cybercriminals are banking on this growing trend, planning to capitalize on these web-based purchases, and the growth in smart connected devices, to try and steal personal information.