Each website you create an account with ends up wasting about 90 minutes of your time every year with emails, texts and phone calls, researchers have found.
Zoom reached a tentative settlement in a class-action suit, agreeing to pay out $85 million over claims it skimped on user security and privacy.
The Levoit Core 400S is the ideal air purifier: stylish, quiet, efficient, inexpensive, voice-assistant-compatible and surprisingly fun to use.
A new Android banking Trojan steals information by recording everything you do on screen, says a security firm.
A 'security update' is being applied to Google Drive files in September. Here's what's really happening, and what you need to do.
Letting browsers and password managers automatically fill in usernames and passwords on websites is a huge security risk, a Czech security researcher says.
Apple rushed out an emergency patch for iPhones, iPads and Macs to fix a serious security flaw that's likely already being used in attacks.
Google has overhauled how it lets you delete or selectively edit your Search history. Here's how to do it on a desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet.
It's not older women, but young men who think they know everything about computers are most likely to lose money in tech-support scams, reports Microsoft.
A widely used repository of open-source software has been infected with password-stealing malware, and there's no telling how many applications and projects have been poisoned.
The notorious FormBook Trojan has mutated into a new form called XLoader that also attacks Macs, Israeli security firm Check Point reported.
A jaw-droppingly dumb flaw in Windows 10 and Windows 11 lets any local user or program seize full control of a machine.
There are dozens of phishing-scam websites offering to help Americans get child-tax-credit advance payments, a security firm says.
Two more security flaws related to Windows' printing software have been disclosed. No permanent fixes yet, but you can defuse one flaw by turning off printing altogether.
Google has pushed out a new update for Chrome on Windows, Mac and Linux to fix several severe security flaws, including one already being exploited by attackers. Here's what to do.
Microsoft patched 117 security flaws in the July Patch Tuesday updates, including nine 'zero-day' vulnerabilities that were publicly disclosed before Microsoft could fix them.
Low-cost U.S. cellular carrier Mint Mobile appears to have suffered a data breach, which may have exposed an unknown number of user passwords.
Amazon's new Sidewalk home network has people worried about privacy and security, but is that really justified? And what about Apple's similar Find My network?
More than 170 cryptocurrency-mining apps in Google Play and other app stores charge for fees and services, but end up generating zero cash.
Microsoft pushed out an emergency patch for the 'PrintNightmare' security flaw, which affects all Windows computers and servers.
Nearly a dozen Android apps were set up to steal users' Facebook passwords and usernames, and were installed nearly 6 million times.
Personal data 'scraped' from 700 million LinkedIn user profiles is being sold online. Even though the data is theoretically public, it's useful for spammers, stalkers and phishers.
An online petition demanding monthly stimulus checks of $2,000 has gathered nearly 2.5 million signatures.
'Cracked' Windows games poisoned with cryptocurrency-mining malware have infected more than 200,000 PCs, security firm Avast said.
Mercedes-Benz USA disclosed that personal data of 1.6 million prospective and actual customers had been exposed online, and that about 1,000 people had very sensitive data leaked.