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AI Gun Detection Firm ZeroEyes Awarded Air Force Drone Grant

A company that uses artificial intelligence to detect firearms in active shooting settings has been awarded a US$1.25 million grant by the U.S. Air Force to integrate the technology into existing unmanned aerial vehicles ...

Zero Trust SIM Boosts BYOD Security

For years companies have been allowing their workers to mix business and pleasure on their mobile devices, a move that's increased anxiety among cybersecurity professionals. Now a network security outfit says it has a way to secure personal mobile devices that might allow cyber warriors to sleep less fitfully ...

Researchers Find Consumer Satisfaction Remains High for PCs and TVs

PCs and TVs received high marks from consumers in a report released Tuesday by the American Customer Satisfaction Index ...

New AI-Powered Service Turns Portraits Into Talking Heads

Creative Reality Studio Video by John P. Mello Jr. The platform reduces the cost and hassle of creating corporate video content and offers an unlimited variety of presenters -- versus limited avatars -- including the users' own photos or any image they have the rights to use, ...

Upstart Search Engine Andi Delivers Answers, Not Lists

A new search engine powered by artificial intelligence and natural language processing is offering an alternative to the lists of web pages making up the results of a typical online search ...

Apple Refreshes Product Lines, Introduces New Ultra Watch

Apple refreshed its iPhone, Watch and AirPods product lines at an online event Wednesday, as well as introducing a new Ultra watch for activity in challenging environments ...

EvilProxy Phishing Service Threatens MFA Protection of Accounts

A new phishing-as-a-service offering on the dark web poses a threat to online accounts protected by multi-factor authentication, according to a blog posted Monday by an endpoint security company ...

Tech Whistleblowers Prefer Loud Exit To Quiet Quitting

The penchant for tech whistleblowers to quit their jobs with a bang while many of their colleagues engage in "quiet quitting" should be a wake-up call to industry leaders, according to a blog penned by four Forrester analysts ...

Chinese Hackers Deploy Fake News Site To Infect Government, Energy Targets

A Chinese cyber espionage group has been using a fake news site to infect government and energy industry targets in Australia, Malaysia and Europe with malware, according to a blog posted online Tuesday by Proofpoint and PwC Threat Intelligence ...

Cloud Gaming Poised for Takeoff

The cloud gaming market appears to be ready for some substantial growth, although it will be tough sledding for new players to enter the scene ...

Accent Altering Voice Tech Aims To Replace Frustration With Communication

Having trouble understanding that person at the end of the support line you've called to get some customer service? A Silicon Valley company wants to make those kinds of problems a thing of the past ...

Forrester Report Cautions About Web3 Security

The next generation web -- Web3 -- has been hailed as more secure than the current incarnation of cyberspace, but a report released Tuesday warns that may not be so ...

DARPA Moves Forward With Project To Revolutionize Satellite Communication

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), best known for creating the internet, advanced its plan to revolutionize communication among low orbiting satellite networks by selecting 11 teams to work on its Space-Based Adaptive Communications Node program ...

A Third of US Social Media Users Creating Fake Accounts

Fake social media accounts are usually associated with bot networks, but some research released Tuesday revealed many social media users are creating their own fake accounts for a variety of reasons ...

Stat Firm Reports Less Than 1% of Subscribers Playing Netflix Games

Less than 1% of Netflix's 221 million subscribers are playing the service's games each day, according to a report from CNBC ...

Top Universities Exposing Students, Faculty and Staff to Email Crime

Nearly all the top 10 universities in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia are putting their students, faculty and staff at risk of email compromise by failing to block attackers from spoofing the schools' email domains ...

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Denmark Tops in Digital Quality of Life, US in Fifth Place

If you're looking for the best digital quality of life in the world, Denmark appears to be the place to go ...

Meta Moves To Back Off Removing Covid Misinformation From Platforms

Meta took a step Tuesday toward abandoning its policy of removing misinformation about Covid from its platforms ...

Home Security Market Thriving Despite Dread of False Alarms

The market for home security systems continues to grow despite concerns about false alerts, according to a new report from Parks Associates ...

Amazon Lawsuit Fingers Facebook Groups Recruiting Fake Reviewers

A lawsuit against the administrators of more than 10,000 Facebook groups alleged to be part of a broker network for churning out fake product reviews was filed Tuesday by Amazon ...

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