A Consumer Reports study found that a camera from D-Link transmits unencrypted video, which could be intercepted by snooping third parties and put your home at risk. D-Link has promised to tighten up its security practices. The post D-Link camera falls short in security measures, Consumer Reports finds appeared first on Digital Trends .
If you’re curious about where Android’s mascot came from, what it’s called, who designed it, and how it took off, then we have the answers for you right here. Join us for a closer look at Bugdroid — the Android mascot. The post Who’s Bugdroid?
Security expert Jerry Gamblin says he is “shocked” by exploits he discovered in the device’s software code that could allow anyone to restart the device, delete the currently enabled network, or disable all notifications.
Today on DT Daily, host Greg Nibler sat down with Cedric Hudson, senior apparel designer at Adidas, to talk about how music and culture influence design ideas and how technology is an important (albeit not the only) part of the process. The post DT Daily: We talk technology and culture with shoe designer Cedric Hudson appeared first on Digital Trends
If you thought Halloween was the scariest thing this month, then you clearly didn’t see our work schedule for the month. Here are all the phones that were announced and released this Techtober.
Starship Technologies is launching a robot package-delivery service in the U.S. and U.K
From its birth one decade ago, Bitcoin sure has come a long way. How did it get to this point? Check out our handy potted history of the world’s favorite cryptocurrency to find out.
Apple announced a long-awaited update to the Mac mini. Thanks to the updated specs and increase in price, it’s begun to creep up to the base model iMac.
What’s the difference between a National Park and a National Forest? Drones. With no ban on drones in National Forests — at least, not yet — filmmakers have a way to capture the immensity of these locations with stunning results
Sprint announced that it successfully rolled out its 1Gbps LTE Advanced network in more than 225 cities, essentially meaning that if you live in any decently sized city in the U.S., you’ll be able to take advantage of the super fast speeds. The post Sprint’s 1Gbps LTE Advanced network is now up and running in more than 225 cities appeared first on Digital Trends .