Angela Moscaritolo has been a PCMag reporter since January 2012.
Passwords like '123456' and 'password' are incredibly insecure, but many people continue to use them.
But this 'Journalism Project' comes after Facebook late last year came under fire for fake news on the platform.
Razer is offering a $25,000 reward for 'original information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of a criminal suspect.'
The NeuV's artificial intelligence can also detect the emotions behind your driving choices.
Hyundai's Medical Exoskeleton (H-MEX) looks like a high-tech back/leg brace combination device, plus forearm crutches.
Millennials are growing up, regardless of whether they want to admit it.
When paired with an Amazon Echo, you can control the POWERbot VR7000 using voice commands.
This new option is perfect for those times you have something to say but don't want to show your mug.
A hacker recently gained access to a Lynda.com database containing user data.
You'll be able to walk into your room and say 'Alexa, open the curtains,' or 'Alexa, lower the temperature.'
The Google Drive team is building a Slack bot to ensure you never miss a notification.
The social giant just put out a list of the most talked about global topics on the network this year.
There's almost as many mobile subscriptions as people on Earth, but 3.9 billion remain offline.
You can also now see how long people typically stay at a given location, so you can 'plan your itinerary to the minute.'
The British billionaire just inked a deal with a startup building supersonic passenger planes that can travel at Mach 2.2.