Samsung tweet suggests scanning your smart TV for malware every few weeks
Samsung deleted the tweet but not before it raised a few red flags.
Grubhub is delivering Dunkin' donuts in New York City
It's the first part of a larger rollout.
AI could be the key to catching Type 1 diabetes much earlier
IBM's latest project could help identify patients at risk and help chart a course for tracking the condition.
Netflix puts a 'Patriot Act' episode about bad internet access on DVD
You can watch a breakdown of the US broadband problem even if you can't stream it.
Domino's will use self-driving vehicles to deliver pizza in Houston
You might never interact with a human.
UK design student creates a smart chest binder for trans people
The wearable is meant to make binding safer, easier and more comfortable.
What we played in June: 'Final Fantasy Tactics' and 'Overcooked'
And we also dove into "Just Cause 4" and "Meteorfall."
Germans can soon use their iPhones as virtual ID cards
iOS 13's expanded NFC support will make it possible.
Comcast built an eye-control remote to help users with movement issues
Users can change the channel, record a show and more without touching the remote.
The Morning After: 'Pokémon Go' cheaters never prosper
Gotta catch 'em all.
Huawei's US ban may cost $30 billion, but it vows to rebound
But its global smartphone business may be permanently damaged.
Instagram tests easier ways to recover hacked accounts
It'll also safeguard your user name against hijacks.
MIT's new robot can identify things by sight and by touch
Touchy-feely robots could be the future.
India plans to launch space station by 2030
It would join the few countries that have stations of their own.
American Airlines offers satellite WiFi to its entire mainline fleet
You shouldn't have to struggle for a good connection.
Niantic sues group of alleged 'Pokémon Go' cheaters
It claims Global++ is wrecking the game with its hacked app.
Florida allows self-driving car tests without backup drivers
It's the latest state to court autonomous driving startups.
Genius accuses Google of copying its lyrics data (updated)
Apostrophes were reportedly the telltale clues.
EU says Russia conducted 'sustained' election interference campaign
It tried to stifle voter turnout in some places.
E3 2019: Everything you need to know
A brief history of cheating at video games
We've come a long way from unplugging your sibling's controller.
The US planted offensive malware in Russia's power grid
It's acting on vows to conduct more aggressive cyberwarfare.
Hitting the Books: We won't colonize space without a Weyland-Yutani
Corporations make the world go round. Even in space.