Drones took up a lot of floor (and air) space at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year, but one of the most impressive displays of new drone tech came from chipmaker Qualcomm.
At CES, Whirlpool, Samsung and other manufacturers are unveiling new ways to use voice services to control refrigerators, washers and other home systems. So what data is being collected?
If Santa left an Amazon Echo or Google Home in your stocking over Christmas, you might want to take a few precautions to make sure he isn't using them to snoop on who's naughty and who's nice.
At a day-long workshop on drones and privacy, researchers from the Federal Trade Commission showed they were able to hack into three different off-the-shelf drones, all less than $200.
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