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Don’t Let This Attack Freeze Your Mac or iPhone

Specially crafted websites could crash or freeze your Mac or iPhone.

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After Spying On You, Your Vizio TV Will Ask You to Sue

We may not have colonies on Mars and faster-than-light travel yet but, if you have a Vizio TV, you will get a taste of a bizarre future where gadgets turn against its makers after betraying its owners. Soon, a pop-up informing you ...

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Wyze Cam Pan review

Cheap Wyze security camera is sneaky-good

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How Microsoft spotted another Russian hacking attempt

Also: How it all fits in with a larger campaign to influence elections.

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ANDROID 9 PIE REVIEW – THE PREDICTIVE OS

The most “opinionated” version of Android yet

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

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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Is Your iPhone Spying on You? Here’s What Apple Told Lawmakers

Apple has assured U.S. lawmakers that it is not spying on iPhone users. The company clams third-party apps are not doing so either.

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Why Installing Fortnite on Android Will Be a Security Nightmare

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 game itself, which creates a serious security vulnerability.

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

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 — and to a large extent, Stamos — revealed that Facebook had discovered malicious actors who continue to ...

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Whistleblower reveals Google’s plans for censored search in China

The search engine would filter sites like Wikipedia and information about topics like freedom of speech.

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The Best Smart Home Gadgets of 2018

Looking to make your home just a little smarter? While still in its infancy, the number of smart home products—devices that let you control your lighting, thermostat, or even your crock pot from your smartphone—is rapidly growing. From GE to Belkin ...

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5 Ways to Secure Your Alexa Device

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 hacked. With the explosion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in millions of households across America, ...

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What Is Quick Base?

Quick Base is the platform that businesses use to quickly turn ideas about better ways to work into apps that make them more efficient, informed, and productive. Using Quick Base, anyone - regardless of technical background or coding skills ...

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

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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The Next Frontier of Police Surveillance Is Drones

A major drone company and a major police-camera company are teaming up, and the possibilities are frightening.

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

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 should exist at all.

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Samsung allegedly plans to make CES relevant again with this sneak peek

In many ways, these days it seems the annual CES tradeshow in Las Vegas is where consumer tech goes to die. Vibrating smart jeans? Bizarre wearables? Temporary tattoo printers? Check, check, and check. All the biggest names like Apple, Microsoft, and ...

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Nope, your Android phone’s not secretly tracking your location when you tell it not to

Google, your friendly Internet tech giant that totally doesn't know everything about you, has reportedly been secretly tracking Android users' locations even when they've opted out of location service tracking.

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How Kaspersky Lab got on the US government’s bad side

An investigation into the cybersecurity company's ties to the Russian government raises many questions and answers few. Here's what we know so far.

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‘Pay with Google’ goes live, allowing mobile users to pay with any card on file, not just those in Android Pay

Google announced today it’s launching a new way to pay on mobile devices, using any card you have on file – including those saved to your Google Account via products like Google ...

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