Amazon Alexa’s voice-command history is now much easier to delete

Following recent privacy concerns suggesting that Amazon employees may be listening to your recorded Alexa conversations, the online retail giant has announced new voice commands that will give users more control over their recordings.  In its newly launched ‘Alexa Privacy Hub‘, Amazon states that users may now scrap their recorded …

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The Canon EOS 7D DSLR line has reportedly been scrapped

Rumors of a new 32MP APS-C Canon DSLR have been rife lately, with many hoping the camera manufacturer would finally revive its aging – and very popular – EOS 7D line. After all, it’s been over four years since the 7D Mark II was launched. However, anyone hoping to see …

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California wants to stop your smart gadgets from eavesdropping on you

As privacy concerns grow regarding the information tech giants collect on users, California lawmakers have introduced a bill that would limit how recordings are collected by manufacturers of smart speakers and digital assistants. Republican Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham introduced the Anti-Eavesdropping Act which prohibits saving, storing or sharing audio recordings without …

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5G: everything you’ll need to take advantage

5G is coming very soon – in fact, in a few places it’s already here. It’s the next generation of mobile networks, following on from 4G/LTE, and it promises much higher speeds, lower latency and more reliable connections, so you can browse, play, stream and download faster, or in higher …

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