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Keeper iOS
New Keeper Update Adds iOS Features to Boost Your Security
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How New Malware Could Wipe Your Data and What to Do About It
Someone taking a selfie with their smartphone.
Your Favorite Photo App Could Put Your Privacy at Risk—Here's How
Someone holding an Apple AirTag and an iPhone, looking at location data for the tag.
Why This AirTag Lawsuit Sparked Debate Over Stalking and Privacy
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Privacy Advocates Love Strong Encryption, The FBI Doesn't—Here's Why
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iCloud Data Can Now Be Encrypted, but Expect New Risks to Security
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Think Your Password Is Safe? Think Again, Study Finds It's Probably Not
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Chrome Browser Update Promises New Energy and Usage Control Modes Soon
Apple Security
Apple Prepares New Security Tools to Help Protect Your Data and Privacy
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To Stay Useful, 1Password Will Save the Accounts You Sign In With
eufyCam 2C Pro (4-Cam Kit)
Why Anker’s Eufy Cameras Upload Scandal Shows the Dangers of Home Automation
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Your Password Manager Might Not Be as Secure as You Think—Here's Why
Sign into Spotify with Facebook in 1Password
1Password Update Now Makes Logging in With Other Accounts Easier Than Ever
Eufy Anker
Eufy Security Cameras Reportedly Sending Private Video to Cloud Without Consent
Google Fact Check
Google and YouTube Add New Ways to Validate What We See Online
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You Shouldn't Bother With 5G Networking on Your Phone Yet—Here's Why
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You May Not Be Getting the Internet Speed You Paid for—Here’s Why
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Why Your Data Is Safe From Quantum Hacking for Now
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Intel’s New Deepfake Detection Platform Spots Fakes Using Our Blood
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Smartphones as Personal Spy Tools? Why It's Happening More and More Often
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Watch Out—A New Drone Can Expose Your Secrets via a Wi-Fi Vulnerability
An iPhone with the Apple update logo on the screen sitting on a MacBook computer.
Apple Can Finally Patch Your iPhone or Mac Without a Huge OS Update
Someone using a table outside with a city across the river from them and 5G overlaid in the sky and light trails on the buildings.
Slow 5G Wireless Disappoints Many Users—But You Can Make it Better
Starlink RVs
Want Internet in Your RV While Traveling? Starlink’s Got You Connected
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VR Tracking Facial Expressions May Be the Next Privacy Nightmare—Here's Why
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Why Indigenous Tribes Struggle to Get Fast Internet, and How It's Improving
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Take Advantage of Passwordless Logins on PayPal, if You’re in the US
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Why Incognito Mode May Not Be Private and What You Can Do About It
Group2FA
This New App Offers Two-Factor Authentication for Shared Accounts
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New App, Imme, Promises to Protect Your Digital Identity
A college student using a laptop computer during class.
Schools May Be Using AI to Keep Tabs on Students—Here's Why
Someone typing on a Freewrite Alpha.
The Freewrite Alpha Is Like a Laptop and a Typewriter Got Married
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Phishing Is More Common (and More Dangerous) Than Ever—Here's How to Stay Safe
A parent working from home with their child sitting on their shoulders.
New Windows 11 Update Hopes to Solve Your Most Common Security Gotchas
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The Spell Checker in Your Web Browser Could Have Leaked Your Passwords
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EU's Cyber Resilience Act Could Make Smart Devices Safer For All of Us
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Hardware With Built-In Security Could Be More Secure Than Software, Experts Say
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Your Favorite Websites Could Be Leaking Your Searches to the Highest Bidder
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New Wi-Fi 6E Routers Could Be Disastrous for Mission-Critical Services
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Apple Releases Security Updates for 9-Year-Old iPhones and That’s a Big Deal
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That Popular Android App Could be Sharing Your Data With Others
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Children's Online Privacy May Soon Get the Big Boost It Needs
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Your Mobile Carrier Remembers Where You’ve Been, and That’s a Bad Thing
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Hold Up! That Legitimate Website Could Be a Trick to Steal Your Passwords
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This Is Why You Should Never Use Someone Else's Dirty USB Cable
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DuckDuckGo Email Protection Beta Drops the Waitlist, Offers Safer Email for All
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Plex Data Breach Could Have Leaked Your Email or Passwords
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iOS 15.6.1 Is an Important Update, but Don’t Let the Media Scare You
Samsung Internet beta 19.0 synced browsing
Samsung Internet Beta 19.0 Is Out the Door With More Privacy Enhancements
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A Song Can Crash Your Hard Drive? It Happens More Than You Think
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Your Children Are Likely Being Tracked By Some of Their Favorite Apps
A closeup on a smartphone with a VPN displayed on the screen.
The VPN on Your iPhone May Leak Sensitive Information to Interested Parties
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Google Play Store Could Still Be Serving Up Dangerous Shape-Shifting Apps
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Turns Out, Security Is Really Important to People Who Use Android Phones
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Banking on Android? It Could Be More Treacherous Thanks to New Malware
Someone using a laptop computer at a table in their home to conduct a video call.
Why Mac Users Should Uninstall the Zoom App Right Now
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Why a Thunderbolt Dock Could Benefit Your Desktop Laptop Lifestyle
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Your Facebook App Might Still Track You, Even After Being Told Not to
Someone using the Palm Payment option at a Whole Foods store.
Amazon's Palm Payments Are Convenient, But Are They Safe?