Huge public backlash followed in the wake of the Equifax breach announcement. While some might think that the Equifax breach was a cornerstone moment in protecting consumer rights after data breaches, things haven't changed at all during the past year. If anything, they left a bad taste in everyone's mouth. … [Read more...] about US government releases post-mortem report on Equifax hack
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Google late last year lifted the invite-only requirement attached to its wireless network service Project Fi, but only for a single day. Now, the search giant has permanently removed the hurdle meaning anyone with a compatible device can sign up for Google's wireless service. … [Read more...] about Google removes Project Fi invite requirement, now open to all with supported smartphone
Creative may not be the first company that comes to mind when you’re in the market for the best webcams, but with the Creative Labs Senz3D, that’s clearly changed. This space-age webcam has more features than you can imagine, and the high-tech 3D scanner and facial tracking tech promises to lead to some intriguing things in both AR functionality and even gaming. It isn’t exactly cheap, but you’re getting all the bells and whistles with this offering from Creative. … [Read more...] about Best webcams 2020: top picks for working from home
To start, the big M logo is more than a nod to the name; it’s also the shape of the frame. The step-through M-frame is suitable for riders ranging from 159cm to 190cm tall (5 feet, 2 inches to 6 feet, 2 inches), which covers 80 percent of Europeans, according to Muto. The aluminum is glued like an aircraft, not welded, for a seamless look. It’s available in black, gray, blue, and white. The black frame is my preference, while the gray frame looks especially gloomy, like a glossy coat of furniture primer. … [Read more...] about Muto e-bike review: multipurpose excellence
Some companies are working on rapid serological tests that can be delivered at the point of care. SureScreen Diagnostics, for example has developed a testing strip to detect antibodies to the coronavirus in the blood; it works a bit like an at-home pregnancy test, with a paper readout and a colored line to indicate infection. The company touts the test as a way to work around the shortage of the swabs needed for PCR-based tests. But rapid antibody testing likely won't help detect cases early, Pritt said, as it typically takes around 8 days for the body to mount an antibody response to the virus. Serological testing may be useful in some cases where someone has been sick for more than 8 days without access to a test for active infections, she said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus testing is ramping up. Here are the new tests and how they work.