Troubles Mount For Clearview AI, Facial Recognition Firm

According to a report by The Verge, Clearview AI is facing challenges to both its credibility and the legality of the service it provides. On the heels of reports, originally covered by the New York Times, that Clearview AI has…

Google Finds A Way To Profit From EU Antitrust Ruling—At Bing’s Expense

Last March Google was fined a record $5 billion by the EU over antitrust charges related to the company tying its browser and search engine to the Android OS. It appears the company has found a way to abide by…

GoPro Karma Drones Grounded Until GPS Fix Is Available

GoPro’s foray into the world of drones was fraught with one misstep after another. Fast forward two years after the company announced it was discontinuing the Karma—its one and only drone—and the Karma is coming back to bite GoPro again.…

Xiaomi Says Camera Issue Has Been Identified And Partially Fixed

Following reports that Xiaomi cameras integrated with Google’s Nest Hub, showed images and feeds from strangers’ cameras, The Verge is reporting that Xiaomi has identified the problem. Dio, a user in the Netherlands, first reported the issue when he used…

OnePlus Reports Second Data Breach in Two Years

OnePlus is reporting the second breach of customer data in as many years. A member of the security team informed customers of the breach on the company’s support forums. According to the statement, some “users’ order information was accessed by…

AT&T Launching 5G Network In Conjunction With Galaxy S10 Plus 5G

The Verge is reporting that AT&T is finally ready to launch its 5G network next month.

The Verge Publisher Vox Media Acquires Re/code

There’s a lot happening in the world of tech news media. The latest piece of news in the publisher circuit is that Vox Media (The Verge, SB Nation, Polygon, Vox.com, Eater, Racked, Curbed) is acquiring Re/code roughly a year and…

Google Glass Will Be Available To You This Year

The Verge has confirmed with Google that a “fully-polished” version of Google Glass will be ready for consumers by the end of the year, that it will cost “less than $1,500,” and that it will be compatible with both Android…

No Internet, No Problem – But Could You Pull the Plug?

Taking an indefinite but meaningful vacation from the online world today is, at best, difficult and, at the worst, contrived. The internet isn’t exactly at phase, at least in the microcosmic terms of evolution because now that it’s here it…