WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo escalated his clash with a respected NPR journalist on Saturday, lashing out at her and what he called the “unhinged” news media in … Continue reading Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom
Samsung’s first truly flexible device converts from a phone to a tablet and will be available April 26. The foldable future is finally here, and it’s called the Galaxy Fold. … Continue reading Galaxy Fold is here — with six cameras and two batteries for $1,980
Might as well hand Apple a shovel, because with 2018’s iPhone XS, XR and XS Max, the trillion-dollar iPhone-maker has dug itself into a hole. Puzzle through this with me: what comes after iPhone XS and … Continue reading iPhone ‘X’ names have nowhere to go in 2019
Netflix has blocked an episode of its show “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” from streaming in Saudi Arabia after the Saudi government complained that the episode — which is critical … Continue reading Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince
The transition to new fifth-generation cellular networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. Let’s talk about the essentials. In 2019, a big technology … Continue reading 5G Is Coming This Year. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Get ready for the next generation of wifi technology: Wi-fi 6 (for so it is named) is going to be appearing on devices from next year. But will you … Continue reading Wi-Fi 6 Is Coming: Here’s Why You Should Care
Beyoncé. Rihanna. Yara Shahidi. Tiffany Haddish. Tracee Ellis Ross. Lupita Nyong’o. Zendaya. Slick Woods. Issa Rae. Aja Naomi King. Laverne Cox. Naomi Campell. In an unprecedented move, almost all of … Continue reading A proud moment: Black women command the covers of 2018 September issues
The growing concern over online data and user privacy has been focused on tech giants like Facebook and devices like smartphones. But people’s data is also increasingly being vacuumed right … Continue reading How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight