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Smart clothing will monitor your health

Washable, breathable and stretchable cloths developed at Purdue University are paving the way for battery-free clothes powered by Wi-Fi.

Microsoft's new security tool will discover firmware vulnerabilities, and more, in PCs and IoT devices

Devices have multiple OSs and firmware running, and most organisations don't know what they have or if it's secure. Microsoft will use ReFirm to make it easier to find out without being an expert.

When accurate data produces false information

It's important to look beyond data at face value because sometimes that can be misleading, said astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, speaking at a Collibra conference Thursday.

How to get iCloud+, Privacy Relay and Hide My Email on iOS 15

Now available as a developer beta, iOS 15's new iCloud+ subscription service comes with a VPN-like internet privacy relay and email obfuscation. Here's how to subscribe and enable the new features.

GM focuses on domestic EV battery production, self-driving tech with new investments

The company also announced its production expectations in light of the global chip shortage and the resulting manufacturing bottlenecks.

How to quickly deploy a static website with Hugo

If you're looking to add static website generation into your development lifecycle, Jack Wallen wants to show you how to do so with Hugo.

Fed up with remote work, tech workers are looking for new jobs

A pulse-check of technology pros in the US highlights a strain on workplace relationships and changing sentiments towards remote working.

Schneider Electric rolls out its smallest single-phase uninterrupted power supply

The APC Smart-UPS Ultra uses lithium-ion tech and aims to deliver more power in distributed IT and edge computing sites, the company said.

Amazon Prime Day scams resurface for 2021

With this year's Amazon Prime Day set for June 21-22, scammers are already touting "Early Prime Day Deals," says Bolster.

Survey finds commitment to racial justice at work is fading away

Eighty-three percent of employees want leaders to prioritize racial injustice and workplace diversity, according to Benevity.

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