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Hackers for hire, and why 100% security is a myth

We spoke to an ex-NSA hacker about cybersecurity in 2019 including 5G networking, smart home products, autonomous driving and Tesla.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

Source: androidpit.com | 2019-02-09Read all

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Keep a watch on your child at all times with Verizon's 4G LTE GizmoWatch

Check in at any time. In today's era, simply sending your child to school can be worrisome. For parents who're looking for a bit more peace of mind, Verizon is debuting its GizmoWatch later this year — the first 4G LTE watch for kids powered by Q...

Tile Mate and Tile Sport review: never lose your keys again

If you're the type to lose your keys often, Tile Mate and Tile Sport trackers are certainly for you. These promise to find them in an instant. But does it really work? The answer is in our full review.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire ent...

The Audi AI:ME is aiming for the future of urban mobility

Audi has just presented its new electric and autonomous SUV at the Shanghai Motor Show. The German manufacturer's car is compact and futuristic in design.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

There's no reason to not get the Essential Phone at just $224

You'd be hard-pressed to find a better phone deal than this. Update: Looks like everyone agreed with this, and the discounted batch of Essential Phones has sold out. Be sure to keep an eye out at Thrifter to see if it comes back in stock! Despite launch...

Lenovo's Jedi Challenges headset is getting a Dark Side update

Finally, we can be bad guys. Disney and Lenovo are pushing out the biggest update to the Jedi Challenges experience yet, and releasing some new hardware to accompany the release. The Dark Side Expansion is a free update for existing Jedi Challenges own...

Best apps for Fitbit Versa and Ionic

The Fitbit Versa and Ionic's app selection is growing all the time, and these are a few of my favorites. When the Fitbit Ionic first launched last September, the app selection was a bit barren. Big names like Starbucks, Pandora, and Strava were there, ...

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