Mojo Vision, a startup has built a new type of contact lens that is powered with augmented reality (AR) technology. According to Mashable, the AR contact lens is positioned as an invisible computer where the information appears seamlessly around the wearer instead on the smartphone screens.
Google Smart Lock app on the iOS has received a new update that allows you to use you iPhone as physical two-factor authentication (2FA) security key. With version 1.6, you can set your phone’s built-in security key for your Google Account.
Despite narrowing losses and strong financials, Ola Cabs is undergoing significant restructuring which may include mass firing as part of the process.
The year ahead will test many businesses, IT organizations, and data protection vendors as threats to business data become increasingly pervasive. Arcserve, LLC, the world’s most experienced data protection provider, shares its top BCDR predictions for 2020.
Canon introduced a new robotic camera system that is capable of remotely controlling select cameras and lenses. The CR-S700R system features a remote pan head that can be used to control compatible Canon EOS camera and lens for still image shooting.
Recently, Mozilla Foundation released a security advisory to address a critical zero-day flaw in Mozilla Firefox, which has been exploited in targeted attacks.
Guests at select American Airlines lounges will be able to turn to Google Assistant for help with translation. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, the company announced that it is bringing Google Assistant’s interpreter mode to Google Nest Hubs in its lounges at the Los Angeles International Airport, reports Engadget.
Facebook announced new steps to curb the spread of misinformation on its platform. The company will now remove deepfakes and all types of manipulated media. As described on its official blog, Facebook will remove manipulated media if it has been edited to mislead.
In 2020, one thing you can be sure to see is a barrage of cybersecurity predictions ranging from more “real” predictions to “finger in the sky” guesses that will make for interesting reading, even if they never come true.
At the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, Intel gave a sneak peek into its gaming-focused mini PC, the NUC 9 Extreme ‘Ghost Canyon’. The teaser confirms Intel’s plans of building a tiny modular desktop gaming PC that lets you swap out the CPU, GPU, memory, storage, and ports easily, The Verge reports.