An eight-year-old boy used YouTube tutorials to learn how to drive before taking his little sister to McDonald's in the family car. Everyone who saw him drive past said he appeared to be a supreme driver.
A team of YouTube pranksters decided to take over a London Underground train earlier this week for a drum 'n' bass rave. Fortunately, unsuspecting passengers stepping onto the car seemed happy to join the party.
The Internet of Things has been the source of significant malware attacks in recent months, including the DDoS attack that took down the internet in October. Now a new piece of malware, dubbed BrickerBot, is targeting IoT devices.
Google Home isn't slowing down in its mission to catch up to competitor smart home hub Amazon Echo, and it made significant progress this last week. The AI-based assistant added no fewer than 20 new skills.
Kelihos, one of the longest running malicious botnets in the world, has been taken down by law enforcement, and they've even managed to arrest the alleged owner, who will now be sent to the U.S. to face charges.
Can't draw? With Google's new AutoDraw, it's no problem since your sketches will be replaced by figures from actual artists. The tool uses an AI program to recognize the drawing, then replace it with one from a pro.
The recent repeal of FCC regulations on ISPs has many people concerned about internet privacy. A VPN service can do a lot to secure your data, so we've collected some deals on VPN subscriptions and devices to help you protect your privacy.
If you've ever looked at a Google image search results page and wished you had a product featured in a photo, you're likely to be a fan of Google's new Similar Items system, which makes it much easier to get your hands on an item.