Amazon’s Alexa Guard goes live, lets your Echo speakers listen for trouble

by K.Y. Gentleman

“Alexa, I’m leaving.” “OK — I’ll be on guard.” That’s the gist of Alexa Guard, a new feature from Amazon that lets your Echo devices

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Smartphones or pen and paper – Cybersecurity experts split on tech in voting

by K.Y. Gentleman

Some of the brightest minds in cybersecurity want the U.S. voting system to embrace technology. Others want to keep tech as far away as possible.

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Why Installing Fortnite on Android Will Be a Security Nightmare

by K.Y. Gentleman

Fortnite is finally coming to Android, but it’s arriving in the riskiest way possible. Epic Games is bypassing the Google Play Store and distributing the

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Facebook’s security chief is leaving, and no one’s going to replace him

by K.Y. Gentleman

Facebook’s chief security officer, Alex Stamos, said today that he’ll be leaving the company later this month. The announcement comes just a day after Facebook

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5 Ways to Secure Your Alexa Device

by K.Y. Gentleman

If there’s anything consumers have learned in recent months, it’s that everything — even devices or institutions we believe to be secure — can be

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What is Quick Base? A low-code database platform for citizen developers

by K.Y. Gentleman

Filling the gap between shared spreadsheets and IT-oriented development tools, Quick Base aims to let business users quickly create their own applications.

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These are the arguments against net neutrality — and why they’re wrong

by K.Y. Gentleman

The next few months will be full of bitter dissent regarding the FCC’s net neutrality rules, how they should be enforced, and indeed whether they

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