I have security software. I am good at not falling for scams. How do I know if my computer has been hacked?
Å”Hello! Please dont hang up¦ did you know that you could save a bundle on¦? This is a robocall, another automated telemarketer. Nowadays, robocalls make up 50 percent of all phone calls made. Robocallers, according to one source, spammed us with 26.3 billion calls in 2018.
At last, you’ve found yourself with an Amazon Echo speaker. The Echo (or Echo Dot, or Echo Tap, or Echo Show, or Echo Plus, or Echo Spot) is now in your kitchen, and it’s ready for your every command.
It was bound to happen: Two-factor authentication (2FA) – that extra step that’s supposed to keep our devices and personal information safe – just no longer cuts it.
Can you trust the Apple Watch ECG readings? I am concerned about my heart. My dad had a heart attack at my age!
Remember: an iPhone is basically just a computer that fits in your pocket – and in many ways, it’s even better than a computer. The iPhone is more portable than a laptop. The camera is better than many point-and-shoot cameras. Your iPhone may even be able to store more data than a cheap desktop, and the apps are comparable to those on any device on the market.
I buy almost everything I need on Amazon! How do I know if the price I see on Amazon is the lowest price?
Is there an OS that doesn’t report back to Big Tech? I don’t want to use the Windows or Mac operating system.
For shoppers, Amazon is the ultimate rabbit hole. You can search for one item, but then you see another item and another, and soon you’re careening through a maze of products and deals. All you wanted was a new robe, and 10 minutes later you’re wondering if there’s enough room in the pantry for a fondue warmer.
I’m really concerned that a hacker can get into a pacemaker and insulin pump to turn it off or make it do things that will harm the person. Am I freaking out over nothing?