Co-developed with General Motors, Honda said the CR-V e:FCEV’s new fuel cell system, made in Michigan, offers improved durability, higher efficiency, and lower cost compared to Honda’s previous-generation fuel cell system. The post Honda Introduces First Hydrogen-Powered Consumer Vehicle in America appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
Vision Pro’s spatial computing functionality heralds a new era in computing, where the boundaries between the virtual and real blur and the digital realm become an intrinsic part of our everyday lives. As this technology evolves and proliferates, it will impact industries ranging from education to health care to entertainment and beyond. The post Apple […]
Instead of trying to force users to embrace a new browser — and thus expand the enterprise attack surface — Menlo’s add-on tools protect data and users with end-to-end visibility and dynamic policy enforcement directly inside browser sessions to block zero-hour phishing, malware, and ransomware attacks. The post Menlo Secure Cloud Browser Enables a Safer […]
With properly validated and ensured controls and being alert to the potential for a well-crafted fraud attempt, we should be able to weather the deepfake storm. However, if we are compromised or not thinking defensively, we could be vulnerable to fraud that could change our lives, and not for the better. The post Are Deepfakes […]
Romantics searching for virtual love should approach amorous AI chatbots with caution, according to a new report by researchers at Mozilla’s “Privacy Not Included” buyer’s guide. The post Mozilla Recommends ‘Swiping Left’ on AI Romance Apps appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
One-time app purchases in the Apple App Store, while less common today, are gaining traction with developers again, thanks to the Vision Pro AR/VR device. The post Vision Pro Revives One-and-Done App Purchases appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
With more than eight million paid subscribers, YouTube TV has risen to fourth place among pay-for-TV providers in the U.S., according to a report published Tuesday by Business Insider. The post YouTube TV Climbs to Fourth Among US Pay-TV Services appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
A system that “flags” kids attempting to access age-restricted augmented and virtual reality content should be imposed on online platforms and device makers, according to a report released Monday by a Washington, D.C. technology think tank. The post ‘Child Flag’ System Needed To Protect Teens From AR/VR: Report appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
CES 2024 was dominated by a wide variety of automobiles from around the world, which led me to think that CES may come to stand for the “Cars & Electronics Show” in the minds of many observers and attendees. The post Is It Time To Change the Name of CES? appeared first on TechNewsWorld.
AT&T wireless customers will see the brand name and logo of participating businesses on verified incoming calls without the need for an app. The post AT&T, TransUnion Launch Initiative To Combat Business Call Spoofing appeared first on TechNewsWorld.