Allowing big tech to take the lead on contact-tracing may open the door for a dytopian coporate social credit system to emerge from the COVID crisis.
Android now represents a greater percentage of web usage than Windows. Learn how we got to this point, and what it means for businesses.
A guide to understanding: Lock-screen security, Updates, App Permissions, WiFi Hotspots, SMS Phishing, and more smartphone security solutions.
Phishing is a form of social engineering where the victim is tricked into willingly handing over their personal information. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft's recent announcements of the Surface Studio and HoloLens have ushered us into a new era of the "personal computer".
An attempt to explain Clinton Campaign Chief John Podesta's mistakes clearly and then show how to properly secure your communications.
Learn why and how to setup 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) for your: email, social media, banking, and more. Protect your accounts and personal information.
DRM (Digital Rights Management software) is moving into the physical world and that is going to be bad for consumers' rights.
Pebble, the smart-watch manufacturer, had a very successful initial Kickstarter campaign several years ago. So this morning, when they turned to Kickstarter once again to fund their 3rd generation model, many people wondered why they would need to do this. After all, the company has been very successful, why would they need to fund-raise in order to produce a new model?
They didn’t need to, they chose to.