Samsung's fingerprint flaw fix is in the works. But when it arrives is unknown.
A phony website promising a tool to jailbreak your iPhone simply fakes the process while putting hidden ads on your screen.
There's an issue with low-level diagnostic software on HP PCs that could let hackers take over the machine. Here's how to resolve it.
Twitter's Tailored Audiences and Partner Audiences advertising systems mistakenly used phone numbers provided for security purposes to sell ads instead.
It's not worth keeping or buying four D-Link routers because the company won't fix a serious software flaw.
A flaw in older versions of WhatsApp could let hackers see your messages by making you open a booby-trapped image.
Yahoo will compensate owners of the 3 billion accounts hit by data breaches between 2012 and 2016. See if you qualify for the class-action settlement.
A new hack decrypts the boot code of every iPhone model from 4S to X, but you'll need special hardware to take advantage of it.
Apple quietly pushed out an emergency patch for Macs and older iPhones that fixes the last of several flaws revealed in July.
Customers, merchants and delivery personnel had their sensitive information compromised in a data breach.
Cloudflare's WARP service promises safer mobile connections for free, and faster ones for a small monthly fee.
Certain Google Play Store apps charge users up to $240 for failing to cancel free trial periods, security researchers from Sophos Labs found.
Humans may soon start listening to your Google Assistant voice commands again, but you'll have a bit more control over how the recorded clips are handled.
Two adware-filled selfie apps were kicked out of the Google Play store, but may already be on your phone.
The new Sign In with Apple service lets you mask your identity using disposable email addresses. Here's how it works.
Smart TVs and streaming-video devices track you almost as much as websites, three different studies find.
X-rays, MRI and CT scan images of 24 million patients worldwide can be viewed by anyone with internet access.
LastPass' latest build fixes a flaw that could let rogue websites steal your passwords for other sites.
A hidden T-Mobile account feature should make it harder for thieves to steal your phone number, but it's not clear how it works.
Many Android flashlight apps take so many system permissions that they can do almost anything on your phone.
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