Researchers found a way to remotely activate the Google Now and Siri voice assistants through the users' mic-equipped headphones. The hackers can then use the voice assistants to perform a variety of functions.
A woman in Florida live-streamed herself while drinking and driving. Like any social media platform that becomes more popular, Periscope might become the next commonplace to exhibit illegal, regrettable, and other dumb activities.
The Glassy Zone is a fitness band designed for surfers, providing specialized tracking for when you're out on the waves, plus it has a UV sensor to ensure you don't catch too much sun. It has launched on Indiegogo for $100.
One of the U.K.'s leading mobile carriers this week launched the country's first "smart sidewalk," offering free and fast Wi-Fi to anyone in the vicinity. Sounds great, though we're hoping it doesn't lead to an uptick in "distracted…
Canada's Competition Bureau threw a $977k fine at Bell Canada for posting fake reviews of its apps on the App Store and Google Play Store. Suffice it to say, Bell Canada probably isn't too pleased by these developments.
Dubbed by The New Yorker as "the only acceptable form of catcalling," these feline friendly mobile devices were developed by French company Weenect and aren't exactly cellphones -- rather, they're GPS trackers that cats can don as collars.