7 mobile security threats that may catch you by
Even if you're usually savvy about cybersecurity,
anyone can have a vulnerable moment (in our writer's case, it was
his mother's funeral).
T-Mobile launches 5G service across US
Windows 10’s November 2019 Update Is the Best Yet
What To Do If Your Antivirus Apps or Wifi Drivers
Are Blocking Window 10 Updates
Your passwords could be on the dark web. Find out
By the time a company tells you your data's been
stolen as part of a breach, your login credentials may already be
on the dark web. Here's how to keep pace with the hackers.
How to Detect Scam Emails
Learn how to detect a scam email and take steps to
Apple confirms HomeKit-secured CCTV and router
Now we know which smart security and router systems
we should use.
Why Is It So Important to Use a Different Password
on Every Site?
Using different passwords on different sites is not
only good practice; it's necessary to keep your accounts safe.
I'll review why, and how best to handle a plethora of passwords.
Intel started to remove old downloads from its
Every high-end Android phone will support 5G next
year, Qualcomm says
Stop Using Avast and AVG Plugins Right Now
The Nintendo Switch had its best US sales week ever
thanks to Black Friday
More than 800,000 units sold in a week
A leak (obtained by the ICIJ) and a defection
(reported by the Times and others) appear respectively to shed
light on China's repression of its Uighur minority and on the
country's espionage operations.
DHS May Require US Citizens Be Photographed at
What Is Stock Android? 5 Reasons to Use It on Your
Is your 13-inch MacBook Pro shutting down randomly?
Here’s the fix
Chinese tech firm Huawei to sue U.S. as security
fight heats up
The company denies it is beholden to the Chinese
government and says an order from the FCC designed to hurt its
U.S. sales was arbitrary.
Qualcomm President: We're Driving Hard Toward the
'Priority number one of this relationship with
Apple is how to launch their phone as fast as we can,' Qualcomm
President Cristiano Amon tells us.
Tech maintenance: Are you making this big mistake
when cleaning your TV?
Google's next chat service is... Photos
Notepad Isn’t Moving to Windows 10’s Store After
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4 scams to avoid this holiday shopping season:
Phishing, pyramid schemes and more
Phony gift exchanges, virtual card skimmers and
other digital traps are set and waiting for you when you shop
How to Use the Measure App on iPhone or iPad
Learn about this cool app introduced with iOS 12
An interesting Inbox-like delivery option for Gmail
Reclaim control of your email — and your life —
with the flip of a single virtual switch.
Is a Periodic Password Change a Good Thing?
Changing passwords periodically is conventional
wisdom. I disagree, and then discuss whether periodic password
change can even happen reliably.
KpRm is a post-disinfection program that can find
and delete malware removal tools and their remnant files
Amazon just partnered with Verizon to improve 5G
Should You Be Allowed to Copyright a Law? We're
Going to Find Out
Free Parking: Official Monopoly Game Lands on
Google Play for $4
A leak of purportedly secret documents outlining
alleged topics of Anglo-American trade talks appears to be foreign
disinformation, most likely of Russian origin. Reuters reports
that researchers see similarities to the Secondary Infektion
campaign the Atlantic Council unmasked in June. The incident has
raised concerns that foreign attempts to interfere with upcoming
British elections may already be in progress.
TikTok Sued in US Over Alleged China Data Transfer
The Windows Run Commands Cheat Sheet
House passes bill that would require carriers to
offer free robocall blocking features, more
A federal privacy law is starting to crystallize —
but partisanship could still dissolve it
While committee members continue to debate, there
is one thing they agree on: federal privacy legislation is
Craigslist Gets an App to Compete With Facebook
Craigslist has been around for almost 25 years, but
it only embraced mobile this week with apps for iOS and Android.
Text from your neighbor? It might be a scam
Dell is looking to give more business to AMD due to
Intel's chip shortage
How to Apply Shading to Alternate Rows in Excel
How Do I Recover an Old Google Account I Now Need
Starter YouTube gear for under $150
Launch your channel with higher quality audio and
video on the cheap.
How to Use NextPVR and Kodi to Watch Live TV on a
You can even record TV on Windows 10
Microsoft Patch Alert: November patches behave
themselves – with a few exceptions
After all the calisthenics required by the October
2019 patches, November gave us a much-deserved break. Although
Win10 1909 has some lingering problems, other versions– Win7, 8.1,
Win10 1803, 1809, and 1903 – saw relatively few glitches. And that
scary “exploited” zero-day in IE? Meh.
How Do Outlook and Outlook.com Relate?
Even though they share similar names and do similar
things, Outlook and Outlook.com are not related at all.
Microsoft: don't remove the Microsoft Store app
How to prevent ‘porch pirates’ from stealing
packages from your door, according to police
Plex Now Offering Over a Thousand Movies on Demand
and for Free
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France's national cyber authority ANSSI (Agence
nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information) hasn't ruled
out "neutralizing" the threat actors responsible for the November
15th ransomware attack on a major Rouen medical center, Bloomberg
reports. ANSSI has authorities and capabilities regular law
enforcement agencies lack. The attack has been widely attributed
to the Russian gang TA505.
Google: 80% of Android Apps Encrypt Traffic by
How to Format a Write Protected USB Pendrive
Plex officially launches new streaming service with
catalog of free movies and TV shows
Russian-owned company attempted Ohio election hack,
Ohio's secretary of state said the “relatively
unsophisticated” hacking attempt on Election Day originated in
Panama but was traced to a Russian-owned company.
Verizon Fios Frustrations, Part 2: Original Lies
and Secret Contracts
I hit the phone a few more times to try to cancel
my TV service, and found even sketchier behavior on the part of
The new way hackers are coming after you this
holiday shopping season
Millions of Americans' texts exposed in data breach
What’s New in Windows 10’s 20H1 Update, Arriving
How to Make uBlock Origin Even Better at Ad
Blocking in Firefox
This is how you build your own PC powerhouse at
home, from CPU to nuts
With a bit of research and some DIY spirit, you can
build a burly PC from scratch for much less than one you can buy
off the shelf.
How to Make Folders and Group Apps on the iPhone
Organize your iPhone to save time and avoid
How to get the most out of your Chromebook
How to Diagnose Wi-Fi Signal Strength Issues
Diagnosing an unexpected drop in Wi-Fi signal
strength can be challenging. I'll review some things to consider,
as well as some steps to take to perhaps sidestep the problem.
Use the LeechBlock NG extension for Firefox, Chrome
to block distracting websites while you work
EBay to sell StubHub to Viagogo for about $4
billion in cash
Apple Seems to Be Tracking iPhone 11 When Location
Services Are Disabled, Report Finds
[Software Update] Mozilla Firefox 71.0 Now
Available for Download
Twitter and Facebook warn of potentially malicious
software development kits being used by app developers to,
potentially, harvest and monetize users’ data. Nursing homes
affected by a third-party ransomware incident receive extortion
demands that amount to some $14 million.
Magecart Skimmers Found on Salesforce's Heroku
How to Fix Screen Flickering and Flashing on
TikTok, popular with US teens, accused of violating
child protection laws
TikTok accused in California lawsuit of
sending user data to China
The allegations may deepen legal
troubles in the United States for TikTok, which is owned by
Beijing-based ByteDance Technology.
Qualcomm Modules to Bring Cheaper Nokia
5G Phones to US
Qualcomm makes the process of building
a 5G phone a plug-and-play affair, and Nokia is on board.
Credit card fraud hot spots: 5 ways
thieves are coming after your money
Amazon's Tie-Ups With Verizon & Others
Add 5G Benefits to AWS
Thermal testing Raspberry Pi 4
How to Ubuntu Update and Dist Upgrade
Easy and Simple Way
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