10 Classic Motorcycles Every Biker Should Ride

Over the years we have seen some incredible developments and achievements in motorcycle technology. So many bikes came and went as the tech was refined and honed for public consumption, there have been some duds along the way but they served a purpose in...

Smart cruise control comes to motorcycles

A self-driving motorcycle wouldn’t make much sense, but the industry is starting to adopt some safety technology from cars. The first car with adaptive cruise control was the 1994 Mitsubishi Diamante. So why has it taken more than 25 years for the feature to appear on...

Triumph Street Triple RS and Tiger 800 get connected technology

Connected technology is fast becoming a standard feature in most premium motorcycles over the last few years. In line with this, several companies have started retrofitting their old models with the latest-generation connected tech to compete with new rivals. One such...

Top 10 in-demand cybersecurity skills for 2021

Jimmy Sanders has a long list of work to do, so he wants a security team that can handle the multitude of tasks ahead – from advancing his company’s zero-trust security strategy to securing its cloud deployments to deploying machine learning solutions. Team members...

Microsoft and Its Industry Partners Secure Key Domain Used in the SolarWinds Hack

Microsoft and a coalition of tech companies have intervened today to seize and sinkhole a domain that played a central role in the SolarWinds hack. Mobile devices continue their march toward becoming powerful productivity machines. But they are also major security...

Hot Topic: 2021 Aprilia RS660

The Aprilia RS 660 has been a hot topic since a concept of it was displayed at EICMA 2018. That's logical since the RS 660 has a vital role to play for the Italian manufacturer.  It's their first fully fairing middleweight, so it's a street bike with racetrack...

Did social media actually counter election misinformation?

Ahead of the election, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube promised to clamp down on election misinformation, including unsubstantiated charges of fraud and premature declarations of victory by candidates. And they mostly did just that — though not without a few hiccups....

How artificial intelligence may be making you buy things

The shopping lists we used to scribble on the back of an envelope are increasingly already known by the supermarkets we frequent. Firstly via the loyalty cards, we scan at checkouts, and more and more so from our online baskets, our shopping habits are no longer a...

Ducati’s New Motorcycle Is a High-Tech, Low-Maintenance Adventure Bike

Ducati may be best known for its pavement-oriented motorcycles, but the brand also has been known to throw its weight around in the world of all-road motorcycles as well. With the new Multistrada V4, the Italian bike manufacturer is making it clear that, even as...

US’s Top Cybersecurity Agency’s Threw cold water on Trump’s Fraudulent Claim on Election Results

The US's top cybersecurity agency publicly debunked President Donald Trump's latest claims about rigged election results on Wednesday. As election projections show Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden securing a lead over Trump in the battleground states of...