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Samsung is making sure no one will be able to use a SmartTag tracking device to track another person's location.
A site that tracks WhatsApp users' activity for the purpose of catching cheating partners says Facebook is to blame for letting it operate.
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You should never share your birthday online, because doing so puts you at greater risk of identity theft and other kinds of cybercrime.
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According to the U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre, a worrying number of people are using really insecure passwords for online accounts.
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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.
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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.
Google is aware of a Chromebook bug that could reveal users' location, but it still hasn't offered a patch.
Google will soon be blocking third-party cookies from Chrome, but there's a new tracker in town that will monitor your activities.
Apple iPhones collect less data by volume than Android phones, a new study finds, but collect more types of data than their Google counterparts.
An anti-tracking browser extension called ClearURLs has been removed from the Google Chrome Web Store. Its developer says he threatens Google's business model.
Slack is going to let people outside your organization message you. Here's what that means, and why there could be problems.
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.
Reports of Cash App fraud are up by more than 300% from this time last year, and some Cash App users say it's impossible to get Cash App to help after someone's stolen your money.
The FBI and CISA jointly warned Americans about a spear-phishing campaign trying to infect PCs with the feared Trickbot Trojan.
A flaw in Zoom's screen-sharing feature means people may get a glimpse of windows they shouldn't be able to see.