AI-powered algorithms used Google, Facebook, YouTube, Amazon, Spotify and some others seem to know their users, more than the users know themselves.
The AI field has developed very fast, and the hype seems to never fade.
There was a time when the internet was so slow, that people should be happy with videos that are only minutes, if not seconds-long.
Baidu is the tech giant from China, and it is showing how AI has improved tremendously over the years that the technology may soon take away human element in journalism.
Software are merely products with flaws waiting to be exploited or patched.
Edge is Microsoft modern web browser, and it had a take to Google Chrome's hidden dinosaur game with SkiFree. This time, it wants to go far beyond that.
It was back in February that Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series that are equipped with a dedicated security chip.
The e-commerce platform eBay has long been one of the most famous online auction places. Its good reputation unfortunately, is followed by a malicious one.
By putting all what people posted on the web into a single place, search engines are smart and could probably answer just about anything.
It was back in 2013 that researchers developed a software to crack CAPTCHAs on Google, Yahoo! and PayPal.