It is laser-focused on health tracking and stands out from the crowd thanks to a two-week battery life. But does the new watch do enough to justify its existence in the increasingly busy wearable market?
The new TOC watchlist circumvents criminal justice requirements for due process, equal protection under the law and freedom of association under the Constitution.
There are ways to facilitate contact tracing in the hopes of preventing new deadly spikes of the coronavirus. But it may feel like a choice between your privacy and your life.
The point of contact tracing is to extinguish small pockets of new cases before they explode into big outbreaks like the ones that steamrolled New York City and New Orleans last month.
In his weekly round-up of business and economic news, Newsweek editorial director Hank Gilman gives the lowdown on AOC vs. Cramer, pharma shortages and the future of shopping
According to Apple, the new iPhone SE will be available in three colors: black, white and red. Starting at $399, it comes in three storage sizes, with models offered at 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.
Would you let your location be tracked if it saved lives? What about if it stopped people likely to spread COVID-19 from moving freely?
Stars from Chrissy Teigen to Chance the Rapper Are Betting On Quibi to Change How You Watch Everything
Hollywood has tried and failed before to get in on the market for short-form digital entertainment. Quibi is the most ambitious attempt yet.
The Amazon-owned website has enjoyed a surge of attention as citizens around the world have been forced to isolate, with new Q1 2020 statistics released by Streamlabs indicating significant view growth.
As terrestrial sources dwindle, contractors are looking to the ocean for the elements needed to make smartphones and electric car batteries.
While you're confined to your home or stuck to outdoor activities away from large groups, these 10 tech products will help you stay healthy.
"COVID-19 is caused by a virus that came through a natural animal source and has no relation to 5G or any radiation linked to technology."
The Chinese consumer electronics company Xiaomi donated the masks as a token of gratitude for letting the electronics company settle in and feel "deeply integrated" after arriving in the European country two years before.
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Huge crowds gathered to catch a glimpse of Donald Trump in India, but people in other parts of the country also marked the visit in unusual ways.
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Members of BTS will appear virtually to talk about different artwork featured in the 'Connect, BTS' exhibition series and the company is said to be discussing a possible BTS edition Galaxy phone.
As the video sharing site turns 15, we look at how it has evolved since 2005 and where it could be in the future. "As far as competitors go, Google stands alone," one industry expert told Newsweek.
The mobile application is reportedly being fed data collected by China's vast monitoring apparatus, which is known to retain large amounts of personal information on citizens.
Get ready to lose LP on your phone with "Teamfight Tactics Mobile." It's set to release sometime during the month of March.
"The cybercriminals behind this campaign can use the affected device to post fake positive reviews in favor of the malicious apps as well as perform ad fraud techniques," researchers said.
Although there is no evidence suggesting that the Iowa caucuses were hacked, the app used to report results was vulnerable to hacks that could have altered vote totals and changed passwords.
"The app is supposed to make it more secure, have fewer errors and make communication happen faster. None of that occurred last night," Michael Turner, an election security expert, told Newsweek.