FCC calls Sprint's false collection of taxpayer
Russia Keeps Fining Google: Could a Ban Be Next?
Microsoft challenges federal judge's order on
'sneak and peek' searches
US Turning Up the Heat on North Korea's Cyber
Sanctions on North Korean nation-state hacking
groups came amid reports of fresh malicious campaigns directed at
US entities from the isolated nation.
What to Do If Your Android Apps Keep Crashing When
Loading Web Pages
Facebook buys startup working on technology that
lets you control computers with your mind
Typing on a screen could become a thing of the
Web Browser Vivaldi 2.8 has been released
Voting equipment vendors seek info on vulnerability
How to Fix a Computer That Won't Start in Safe Mode
5 Fascinating and Educational YouTube Channels to
Keep You Engrossed
AltStore Can Install a Nintendo Emulator on Your
iPhone, No Jailbreak Required
HOW TO CHANGE SLEEP POWER SETTINGS ON WINDOWS 10
Do you need to save energy on your laptop or
customize the power settings on your desktop? Here's a quick way
to do this on Windows 10.
Microsoft Announces the First Microsoft Edge Beta
Microsoft has released the very first update for
Microsoft Edge Beta, bringing the browser to version 78.0.276.8 in
this particular testing channel.
Dunkin' sued for cyberattacks resulting in tens of
thousands of dollars stolen
Beginning in early 2015, hackers accessed money
stored on Dunkin’ value cards of nearly 20,000 customers who
created accounts through Dunkin’s website and mobile apps.
It's time to squirrel away a clean copy of Win10
If you’re running any version of Windows other than
version 1903, now’s an excellent time to store away a clean copy.
It’s easy, free, and (depending on your internet speed) won’t take
long. You never know when it’ll be useful.
Huge leak says next year’s iPhone 12
Malicious Bots and Trolls Spread Vaccine
At least half of parents of young children report
having encountered negative messages about vaccines on social
How to Rotate iPhone Videos Without Installing an
Watch out for scammers 'Nextdoor' and other places
you don't expect
DoorDash Breach Hits 4.9 Million Users, Including
The exposed data involves names, email addresses,
delivery addresses, phone numbers and hashed passwords to user
accounts. For some consumers, the last four digits of their
payment cards were also exposed.
How to connect and watch your phone on your TV
Ransomware Hits Multiple, Older Vulnerabilities
Ransomware attacks are taking advantage of
vulnerabilities that are older and less severe, a new report
Manage Your Messy Desktop With Windows 10’s New
Federal court strikes down FCC effort to relax
media ownership rules
The Third Circuit once again chastises the agency
for not considering how local media consolidation will affect
women and minorities.
Metatogger is a great way to manage your music
Eight cities’ payment records impacted in Click2Gov
What Is the Tailwind App and How Does It Work?
Learn to use Tailwind on Pinterest and Instagram
How to Safely Clean an Infected Computer and Copy
Android 10 Go Edition Is Coming This Fall With
Speed, Security Boosts
How to block website from tracking your location on
Did you allow a website to track your location by
mistake on Firefox? Use these steps to change the settings to
block the site.
Microsoft’s Sticky Notes Gets a Long-Needed Update
Microsoft has released a new update for Sticky
Notes, bringing the app to version 3.7 and rolling out a series of
welcome improvements for those using it on a daily basis.
Amazon announces a range of new products including
Airpods competitor, Echo Buds
Amazon kicked off its annual hardware event on
Wednesday where it unveiled several new Echo devices, alongside
new Alexa capabilities.
What do we know about the big, scary, exploited,
emergency-patched IE security hole CVE-2019-1367?
Short answer: nothing. Long answer: almost nothing.
But we sure have a convoluted mess of a cleanup.
iPhone still works after falling from a plane and
spending 13 months on the ground in Iceland
Are Conspiracy Theories on the Rise in the US?
Have the internet and social media created a
climate where Americans believe anything is possible?
Could Your Bluetooth Devices Be Hacked in 2019?
One trick to stop people from stealing your online
Match.com Accused of Using Scammers to Attract Paid
The FTC is warning users should be careful around
email alerts from Match.com claiming they have a love interest.
Allegedly, the dating website has been harnessing scam accounts to
goad users into signing up for paid access.
Echo Buds hands-on: Bose quality in an Amazon
Voting Machine Systems New & Old Contain 'Design'
DEF CON Voting Village organizers presented a final
report on their findings at the Capitol.
How to Find Gmail's New Dark Mode Setting
Amazon earbuds might have fitness features, report
The company is rumored to be working on
Alexa-powered wireless earbuds.
Microsoft restores Optional Updates listing in
Windows 10 version 20H1
Defense Dept. unveils counter-insider threat
What Is a Windows SmartScreen Filter?
Stop malware and other unknown programs from
invading your PC
How to Convert Multiple Webpages Into PDFs With
How to Pick Apps from Android Phone to Notify in
Your Phone app on Windows 10 PC
How to enable global media controls in Chrome
You can now control videos and audio on different
tabs using the new Global Media Controls, and in this guide,
you'll learn the steps to enable it.
How Windows 10’s Cloud Reinstall Feature Works
Windows 10 20H1, which is the feature update that
will go live in the spring of 2020, will introduce a new cloud
reinstall option that will allow users to start from scratch and
reinstall the OS using nothing more than a system image stored in
Using AI to improve dentistry, VideaHealth gets a
$5.4 million polish
Microsoft releases emergency IE patches inside
'optional, non-security' cumulative updates
After posting patches yesterday that are directed
at an Internet Explorer security hole claimed to be under active
attack, Microsoft took the next step and released “optional,
non-security” Win10 patches through Windows Update and WSUS.
There’s remarkably little “there” there.
Waze’s best feature just got so much better thanks
to Google’s smartest app
How Disinformation Could Sway the 2020 Election
While foreign election interference has dominated
discussion of disinformation, most intentionally false content
targeting U.S. social media is generated by domestic sources.
How to Enable a Play/Pause Button on Chrome’s
How to block unwanted calls
Cloudflare Finally Launches Warp, But It's Not a
It's built like a VPN, but it isn't a VPN in the
traditional sense. Warp exists to ensure mobile data is securely
transmitted as fast as possible. Warp Plus does the same thing
The dangers of malware and how to protect your
Why Clouds Keep Leaking Data
Most devastating cloud data leaks are caused by the
same kinds of common cloud security challenges and configuration
errors. Here's what you need to know.
How to Secure Your Browsing With Mozilla's Free
Twitter bans financial scams in new policy
Don't believe every tweet you read.
AntennaPod is my new favorite podcast player for
Senate committee election security funding
How to Display Windows Desktop On A TV Using
Cast movies and more to your big screen
IFA Predictions, Google Memories, Can You Trust
Huawei?, Dark Web Accounts
How to Fix 'You've been signed in with a temporary
profile' Error in Windows 10
How to use File History to backup files on Windows
File History in Windows 10 is the one feature you
want to use to backup your personal files, and in this guide you
get all the instructions on how to use it.
Copy or move files from one location to another,
sync data, and carry out secure deletion actions with the help of
this simple piece of software
Alibaba unveils Hanguang 800, an AI inference chip
it says significantly increases the speed of machine learning
Interview With the Guy Who Tried to Frame Me for
Leaked Pixel 4 review reveals a feature that may be
exclusive to Google’s phone
Zao’s Deepfake Face-Swapping App Shows Uploading
Your Photos Is Riskier Than Ever
The advent of social media has fundamentally
challenged our expectations over how we control our photographs.
All of the Best Google Docs Keyboard Shortcuts
Data disaster! How to save lost files from a
failing hard drive
Google's Android Go for Entry-Level Phones Gets
Faster, More Secure
Google first introduced Android Go in 2018 to
support smartphones with no more than 1.5GB of memory and limited
storage, and today it launched the latest version, Android 10 (Go
Google Assistant voices new privacy actions for
As health care costs rise, workers at low-wage
firms may pay a larger share
The average family coverage ran $20,576 in 2019, a
5 percent increase over last year.