To use the title of Brad Stone's seminal book about the nation's largest online retailer, Amazon is so much "The Everything Store" that it can be a little hard to remember when it was just a bookstore.
A grief stricken British father lashed out at Facebook after a ‘sick sadist’ admitted that he posted derogatory material about his dead young daughter.
Many email scams are effective because they’re so straightforward, a new report says.
Amazon's Echo smart speaker is the latest must-have gadget – but experts warn it may not be as safe as you think.
A strange Chinese audio message was heard over the intercom at the National Weather Service center on Wednesday.
Apple has assured U.S. lawmakers that it is not spying on iPhone users.
Any connected device is a potential security threat for businesses and individuals alike, and that's definitely the case for printers which are both connected and regularly used to produce potentially sensitive information.
The Trump administration is quietly meeting with top tech company representatives to craft a proposal to protect web users’ privacy amid the ongoing fallout globally of scandals that have rocked Facebook and other companies.
Amazon’s Rekognition facial surveillance technology has wrongly tagged 28 members of Congress as police suspects, according to ACLU research, which notes that nearly 40 percent of the lawmakers identified by the system are people of color.
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Alongside the rise in popularity of smartphones, most states have put distracted driving laws on the books over the past decade.
How often do you change your passwords?
I am so tired of robocalls. Is there any way to stop them for good?
I value my privacy. I hate all the tracking that happens online. Is there any way I can stop it for good?
A South Carolina mom claims a hacker used their home baby monitor to watch her breastfeed her newborn.
For the past several months, the FBI has been claiming that encryption has prevented the agency from accessing around 7,000 mobile devices connected to various crimes.
Robocalls are the worst. That phony voice. The unstoppable message. At least you can get sassy with a telemarketer. Some robocalls are so convincing that you think you’re talking with an actual person, and they’re even programmed to respond to your voice.
As you click around Facebook, the network tracks whether your views are liberal, conservative, or somewhere in between, as well as your political party. Find that level of tracking creepy? There's an option to remove both labels.
Twitter is urging users to change their passwords after discovering a bug in its system that left passwords exposed.
Cyber-security is much like driving a car: one accident can change everything, sending ripples of misfortune through every aspect of your life. Protecting your devices may seem excessive, even silly. Do you really need two-factor identification? Aren’t all those complicated passwords just a little annoying? Isn’t public Wi-Fi use acceptable in small doses?