Patty Duke was the star of her own tv series and even earned an Academy Award in 1962 for her portrayal of Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. Sadly, she died in 2016. So why was she able to file a comment for the December 2017 FCC vote to repeal Net Neutrality rules? As with most things these days, it’s the Russians fault.
Between Facebook’s epic data betrayal and the realization companies value our data above all else, consumers are understandably a little skittish about plugging in the latest ‘smart’ device. To bring a bit more trust back into the relationship, Trustable Technology is offering something consumers can actually use.
More than 200 companies have joined together to call for a national privacy law ahead of Democrats taking over the House in January. Members of the group include chiefs from Apple, Wal-Mart and Wells Fargo.
It’s been almost a year since Amazon opened its first cashier-free store. So why aren’t more retail operations adopting the technology? Besides, big companies love to put people out of jobs to save money. So what gives?
Sprint and HTV have announced the two companies have teamed up to bring the second device designed for 5G to customers in early 2019.
The Internet of Things connected devices market is experiencing unexpected growth, according to a new report, which is driving the number of connected devices worldwide to astronomical levels.
When iPhone first introduced a device priced at $1,000 it seemed like Cupertino had gone crazy. But it turns out they were onto something. Not the first time.