Artificial intelligence was only a science fiction concept. Characters like Hal were some distant figment of imagination. Yet in 2016, AI, as it is commonly known, is inching closer to reality. In this Komando.com Report, we look at the possibilities artificial intelligence holds.
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You click links all the time to watch videos, read funny stories, look at adorable cats and much more. It's almost a reflex when you see something interesting, and in this Komando.com Report we look at how hackers are using this reflex for their own gain, and your loss.
5 things you’re doing that put your financia
Nobody wants to have criminals steal money from their bank accounts or take out credit cards in their name to use for fraudulent purchases. That being said, a lot of people don't take even basic steps to make sure that doesn't happen. Watch this Komando.com Report to see five things you're doing that put your financial life at risk.
Ham radios: The first social network
The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake registered 6.9 on the Richter scale, interrupted the World Series, killed 60 and injured thousands. But in that chaos, there was an unsung group of heroes. In this Komando.com Report, we take you inside the life of ham radio operators.
Free vs. paid Internet security software – W
We are always getting emails and comments asking why anyone would pay for security software when there are plenty of free options available, and that's a good question. In fact, we've covered some excellent free security options in the past. So, what does paid software give you that free options don't? What this Komando.com report to find out!
Top YouTube stars talk about life after going vira
It's no surprise U.S. teenagers are more enamored with YouTube stars than the biggest celebs in movies, TV and music. But after they have their 15 minutes of fame, what happens next? In this Komando.com Report, we interviewed two YouTube sensations about their lives after going viral.
No card required: Eye scanners coming soon to your
No matter where you are, you're most likely carrying a debit or credit card. If you've swiped it at a gas pump or an ATM, you're putting your financial accounts at risk by falling victim to card skimmers. Once in place, this sneaky bit of electronics steals the magnetic strip information from your card. But in this Komando.com Report, we look at one company that's using biometrics to stop the problem all together.
Sports tech on display at CES
We're in the thick of things on day three of our coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! And the biggest tech show of the year refuses to ignore the athletic community. In this Komando.com Report, we look at some of the latest advances in sports technology!
A smart FRIDGE? 5 mind-blowing smart home products
Of course, we're seeing the latest drones, smartwatches and smart cars at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. But, a huge part of this year's roundup includes smart home products. Here's our list of top five devices that will make waves in the next few years.
3 can’t miss drones at CES
We're continuing our weeklong coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! The event is usually the launching point for the "next big thing," but this is a year full of "next big things." In this Komando.com Report, we look at a new fleet of drones that's leading the pack.
5 coolest things we’ve seen so far at CES 20
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the world's biggest tech trade show with exclusive inside looks of the latest drones, smartphones, smart cars and wearables about to hit the market. Watch this Komando.com Report to see some memorable new products we're keeping our eyes on.
Former Navy photographer preserving the past
There are a number of famous photographs from World War II, namely the Pulitzer Prize-winning flag-raising at Iwo Jima. Yet there are millions more lesser-known images at the National Archives captured by military photographers. In this Komando.com Report, we see that although those pictures aren't as iconic, they're still important nonetheless.
KOMANDO EXCLUSIVE: Inside Weebly (and why it rocks
With Weebly, there's no excuse for ugly websites, and it's no different at its office in Scottsdale, Arizona, where its employees work (and play). In this Komando.com Report, we'll give you an inside look at why this powerhouse startup is leading the way for entrepreneurship.
INSIDE LOOK: Slide, go-karts and volleyball at new
Imagine a workplace filled with the latest craft beers on tap, go-karts, pingpong, and taking a slide to a full-service kitchen with on-site chefs. In this exclusive Komando.com Report, we took a tour of GoDaddy's new $27 million facility with endless amenities to get the creative juices flowing.
How teens date in the digital age
Teens spend almost nine hours every day using media for entertainment: using social media, watching videos, chatting with friends and even flirting. A Pew Research Center study published in October found teens (13-17) prefer to express affection digitally rather than in person. In this Komando.com Report, we look at why love is going online and the possible consequences that go with it.
3 must-have apps for navigating Black Friday
Are you ready for the holiday season? Black Friday will be here before you know it, and finding your way around can be an extra hassle you don't need to deal with. In this Komando.com Report, we have three apps you can use to help you navigate the day from home, to the parking lot, to individual stores.
California introduces data protection law
Do you know the police can search your digital data any time? California joined four other states with the passage of a bill requiring a warrant before a search occurs. In this Komando.com Report, we look at the national implications of California's S.B. 178.