Retailers tracking shoppers' locations in the real world
Shopping apps let you buy fast on your phone and offer discounts and rewards when you shop in-store. But for some retail apps, that convenience has a price: privacy. The way retailers online track your shopping habits with cookies, some brick-and-mortar retailers are using apps that access your
Google Assistant is now available for iPhone users
In today's tech banks there's a showdown set to take place on your iPhone so users now have access to Google's assistant. That means Google's app will go head to head against series. Experts say serious injured access but Google assistant may provide more suggestions McDonald's is expanding its Mac
Take a 'detour' audio tour on the Brooklyn Bridge
ABC News' Charli James interviews Andrew Mason, the co-founder of the app, Detour.
The spy device in your pocket
The explosive claims made by WikiLeaks on Tuesday — that the CIA can turn popular smartphones and televisions into remote spying devices — highlights how unwitting consumers have allowed their love for electronics to make them vulnerable to covert surveillance. “It’s a boon for the good guys and
WikiLeaks docs allege CIA can hack smartphones, expose Frankfurt listening post
WikiLeaks released on Tuesday what the whistleblower group claimed were thousands of secret CIA files showing how U.S. spies hack smartphones, as well as exposing a major secret listening post in Germany. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment, and in a statement
ANALYSIS: Making sense of the WikiLeak's CIA hacking exposé
Richard Clarke was the Special Advisor to the President for Cyberspace in the George W. Bush administration and is the author of the book Cyber War. Today he is an ABC News contributor on national security issues. Coming in the flood of news stories that have bombarded us for the last month, the
No, Trump's cellphone is not to blame for White House leaks
A fake news article published by a website called "The Seattle Tribune" falsely claims that President Donald Trump 's unsecured Android cell phone is the source of leaks coming from the White House over the last several weeks. The false article -- published on Feb. 26 -- has been liked 65,000 times
Google is expanding its carpool service Waze
Google's new carpool service, set to rival Uber, will allow drivers to pick up passengers for a small fee.
First Images of Google LG Smart Watches Released
And today's tech bikes the company that makes this bit is apparently not fiscally fit. Reports say that that they could soon lay off up to 16100 workers. Amid slumping sales at about 10% of the workforce the move is expected to save around 200 million dollars and we're getting a glimpse of the new
Car Infotainment Systems Taken to the Next Level
Fiat Chrysler and Google are collaborating on new technology that will incorporate Android apps into the vehicle.