Google updated Chrome for the fourth time in three weeks to fix seven serious security flaws, and other Chromium-based browsers are sure to follow suit.
Google pushed out an update to Chrome that adds some long-desired features, just a day after an emergency update patched two outstanding security flaws.
Another working Chrome/Edge exploit has appeared on Twitter, and this one works on the latest versions of both browsers.
A new exploit demonstrated online lets hackers take over any computer using Chrome, Edge, or similar browsers, and there's no fix available yet.
The head of the IRS said the monthly payments to parents created by the latest stimulus bill would begin on schedule in July, and not be delayed.
Microsoft released this month's Patch Tuesday round of security updates, fixing critical flaws that affect Windows 10 as well as earlier versions.
You should never share your birthday online, because doing so puts you at greater risk of identity theft and other kinds of cybercrime.
The IRS offers both 'plus-up' additions to the third stimulus check and tax credits for the first two stimulus checks. Here's how to get either one.
At least one major flaw in the Zoom desktop application lets hackers remotely take over your Mac or PC, two security researchers demonstrated.
A new malware campaign uses WhatsApp to promote malicious downloads of a fake Netflix app onto Android phones.
The HaveIBeenPwned breach-checking site has added the 533 million phone numbers exposed in this weekend's Facebook data leak, so you can check to see if your number was affected.
Records tied to 533 million Facebook user accounts are being offered for free in an online forum, but this isn't the result of a data breach.
Google will next month forbid most apps from being able to see details about each other, or even to see which other apps are installed on a device.
IKEA has introduced an air purifier that's as affordable as it is attractive. But how does it measure up to the best air purifiers?
The latest hacker scam uses an old twist to get people to install malware -- it gets them on the phone. Here's how it works.
Apple iPhones collect less data by volume than Android phones, a new study finds, but collect more types of data than their Google counterparts.
Apple has issued emergency updates to iOS and iPadOS to fix a serious zero-day flaw in Safari that appeared to be already exploited by hackers.
Some Tesla models have a camera trained on the passenger cabin, although it's not being used to make drivers keep their eyes on the road.
Many places are taking official CDC cards as proof of vaccination against COVID-19, but the cards are ridiculously easy to fake.
A fake Clubhouse app for Android harbors the password-stealing BlackRock Trojan, ESET researchers say.
The FBI and CISA jointly warned Americans about a spear-phishing campaign trying to infect PCs with the feared Trickbot Trojan.
Online criminals are luring victims to ruin by promising huge stimulus checks or COVID-19 vaccinations in bogus emails.
A recent case of text messages being hijacked underscores how unsafe SMS messages are, and why you should use authenticator apps for two-factor authentication.