Amazon opened its first cashier-less convenience store in New York City. It was the oddest shopping experience of my life.
VPN browser extensions can help you stream content from overseas, but you shouldn't rely on them for security or privacy.
PassProtect is a new Chrome extension that safely monitors your passwords, to tell you if they've been a part of a data leak.
Frustrated with how much time you spend on Facebook? Feedless can save you from endlessly scrolling through your feed.
Acronis' free Ransomware Protection tool runs unobtrusively in the background but still gives you some control over what's blocked.
Bitdefender's Home Scanner analyzes all the devices on your home network, including smart-home devices, for common security flaws.
The Cognitive Systems Aura analyses disruptions in wireless signals to see if someone has entered your house.
While it lacks a physical keyboard, the Android-powered DTek50 is packed with BlackBerry's security features for a fairly low price.
Norton Wi-Fi Privacy works exactly as advertised, but it doesn’t do anything you couldn’t do almost as easily for free.
Not only does the adorable robotic pet learn your face, it will send a notification to your phone if it sees a stranger in your house.
The new HP Pavilion All-in-One sports a micro-edge display and a smart privacy cam you can just push down to deactivate.
Keezel's $99 Portable VPB Hub promises to open up the Internet securely and safely by with its tiny teardrop-shaped device.
The Design Shift ORWL mini PC has several layers of security, and will destroy your data if someone tries to physically break into it.
Mobile fingerprint readers like the iPhone's are easy to fool, but a new type of print scanner boosts security with high-res images.
The security-minded Blackphone 2 delivers better performance than its predecessor, while offering an updated OS with new privacy features.