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Ring says it will introduce new security features after hackers broke into a camera in an 8-year-old’s bedroom, where they could watch and talk ...

The company said hackers were able to break into the camera in part because of weak passwords. It's unclear what Ring's security improvements will be.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son and the company's Pepper robot.

Humans react poorly to trash talk, even if it’s coming from a cute robot that’s been programmed to insult them, researchers found

A new study from Carnegie Mellon University shows that people's performance can be affected by insults, even if they're somewhat gentle.

This $200 AI toothbrush was the most fun I’ve ever had brushing my teeth

The toothbrush costs $220 and shows real time information about brushing and pressure to improve oral health.
The eRosary even comes in packaging that resembles the Bible.

The Vatican created a $110 wearable ‘eRosary’ to help get young Catholics to pray

The Vatican released a wearable smart rosary called "eRosary" to help you pray while you stay connected to your phone.

Cybersecurity experts warn that these 7 emerging technologies could put your online security at risk

Advances in AI, computing, and wireless networks have made technology faster and more reliable, but they come with new cybersecurity threats.

Amazon may soon be able to track your phone’s location even if you don’t use any of its products or services

Even if you don’t use Amazon’s wireless networks in your own home, the mesh network could enable Amazon to get geolocation data from your devices.
Airspace Connected Experience wants to create a new personalised experience for passengers and provide opportunities for improving airlines’ ancillary revenues and operational efficiencies.

Airbus is introducing a feature on its new planes to track everything you do, including how often you use the bathroom

The Internet of Things platform links real-time information from cabin components to create a more personalized — and digitally traceable — experience.
Protesters use umbrellas to shield themselves as people damage smart lamppost in Ngau Tau Kok in Hong Kong, China, August 24, 2019.

Hong Kong protesters destroyed ‘smart’ lampposts because they fear China is spying on them

During a weekend of volatile protests in Hong Kong, activists damaged the city's "smart" lampposts out of fear of their surveillance cameras.

People are saying their smart ovens are turning on in the middle of the night and preheating without their knowledge

A small number of June Oven owners reportedly said their device turned on unknowingly and preheated to at least 400 degrees.

SP Telecom and Nokia team up to bring Singapore’s first 5G fixed network by 2020

The partnership will enable faster go-to-market solutions for 5G deployment in the country.