Has the boom in smart home tech left us vulnerable to having every word, breath and cough sold for use by Big Tech?
A report published by consumer group Which? suggests just that, after researchers delved into the privacy policies of some of the most popular smart devices, from doorbells to washing machines.
Tech & Science Daily podcast speaks with Which? consumer expert Harry Kind, and asks what more can you do to protect your privacy at home?
The eagerly-anticipated video game Starfield has only been out for a few days and of course already one player claims to have ‘speed run’ the title in just under three hours. But, no livestream - so did they really?
Scientists at Israel’s Weizmann Institute have created “complete” models of human embryos from stem cells in the lab and grown them outside the womb.
Tissue was made by combining stem cells mimicking the features of one to two-week-old human embryos, and the research heralds a new age of work in the fields of fertility, pharmaceutical testing and transplants.
Plus, post-Brexit UK re-joins EU Horizon science scheme, dazzling cosmic explosion, mystery squishy ‘golden egg’ on seabed, summer 2023 hottest ever and how polar bears deal with the sizzle.
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