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Russian hijackers are stealing Instagram accounts, but no one knows exactly how or why. The first thing to do is change your password.
Reddit announced that accounts of users who'd signed up before 2008 were affected by a recent data breach.
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Avira Phantom VPN is good for vacation travelers and occasional VPN users, but heavy users should look elsewhere.
Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich resigned following an inter-office relationship, which is against company policy.
Google Home, Chromecast can tell attacking websites which Wi-Fi networks are nearby, which reveals exactly where the devices physically are.
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The latest version of Chrome adds AR and VR capabilities, allows you to log into websites without passwords, using biometric and USB tools.
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Move over, Fake News. Deepfakes can allow a fake video to be made of anyone, and it's potential is truly frightening.
Cloudflare says you can get faster internet speeds with its 220.127.116.11 DNS, but what is a DNS, and how do you use theirs?
Chrome and other major browsers will be introducing support for new way to login to websites, without passwords.
Qwant Music is a better way to find out about the musicians you love and get recommendations for new jams you'll love.
Got Wi-Fi dead zones? A dusty old router can be easily transformed into a wireless network extender to get whole-house Wi-Fi.
Google's going to filter out ads that it claims to ruin the web browsing experience. Here's how it works and what devices will get it.
A Twitter video showed an Amazon Key lock system exploited by a malicious device that kept a home's door unlocked so a burglar could walk in.
Neither side could find much nice to say about Internet of Things devices in a debate at the ShmooCon security conference in Washington.