Steam Deck Surprised Me, in Ways Both Good and Bad
Dan Ackerman/CNET The Steam Deck is the latest high-profile attempt to do the near-impossible – make a great handheld gaming PC. The device looks a lot like a Nintendo Switch, the current king of portable gaming, but it’s a very different beast: more powerful, more expensive and certainly more... Read more
Ukraine’s Volunteer ‘IT Army’ Is Hacking in Uncharted Territory
Vladimir Putin’s attack on Ukraine has been met with fierce resistance throughout the country’s towns and cities. As Russian forces have moved closer to Kyiv, lawyers, students and actors have taken up arms to defend their country from invasion. They are not the only ones: Volunteers have also flocked... Read more
How to make software supply chains resilient to cyber attacks
Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. Imagine if someone asked you to drink a glass of liquid without telling you what was inside or what the ingredients might do. Would you drink it? Maybe, if it was given to you by someone... Read more
Tech companies like Facebook and Twitter have a Russia problem
On Friday morning, as Russia continued its unprovoked attacks on Ukraine, its government also launched an assault on Facebook, announcing that it would begin “partially restricting” access to the social media network in Russia, where there are an estimated 70 million users, because Facebook allegedly restricted pro-Russian news sites.... Read more
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Tomorrow and Today
It is a typically cold day in February and the peak of the flu season. Let alone the never-ending pandemic that seems to have been haunting this world forever. And it got me thinking – can technology help battle all these nasty diseases and improve patient outcomes? And most... Read more
June Oven Review: The $600 Smart Oven Is Easy to Get Used To
June A few years back, CNET reviewed the June Smart Oven for the first time. The verdict was good, but a $1,300 price tag was just way, way too high. For me, there’s really nothing a single small kitchen appliance can do to warrant spending that much. Since then,... Read more
7 Best Garmin Watches (2022): Which Is Best for Running, Cycling, and More
In certain circles, the word “Garmin” is less a brand name than a category definer, like “Q-Tip” or “Band-Aid.” From casual hikers to nationally ranked professional or amateur athletes, anyone who loves outdoor sports can glean useful information from the bevy of sensors, safety features, and sophisticated software that... Read more
Why the ethical use of data and user privacy concerns matter
Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. This article was contributed by Charlie Fletcher Data and its uses pervade the digital economy. From online data mining to AI/ML-enhanced analytics, the range of data sources and tools available on the web are boundless.... Read more
Best Credit Cards for People With No Credit for March 2022
If you’re trying to build credit, where should you start if you don’t have a credit score? Whether you’re just beginning your financial journey or you’re looking to repair your finances, there are some credit cards that don’t care that much about your three-digit credit score. Recently, more banks have... Read more
Without standards, there is no metaverse
GamesBeat Summit 2022 returns with its largest event for leaders in gaming on April 26-28th. Reserve your spot here! It takes more than a clever speech by Facebook or anyone else to create the metaverse. Before any of us can begin exploring it, someone — or more likely a combination... Read more