Blackberry won in an arbitration case against Qualcomm and has now $815 million in its pocket. This could lead the company to do a couple of great things.
After a long while, Ubuntu is looking to abandon Unity in favor of the Gnome desktop for Ubuntu 18.04. What does this mean, and what’s its impact to its users? Let’s find out.
Verizon and Comcast have both announced the launch of prepaid Internet broadband packages. This might actually help invigorate innovation in the United States’ Internet market.
U.S. Congress has repealed the FCC Internet Privacy Regulations to allow ISPs to sell customer data to advertisers. Should we enter panic mode without first examining the facts?
It’s been discovered that a bug in Lastpass browser extensions is leaking passwords. Here is what you need to know about the exploits and what you can do to protect yourself.
You probably know and have heard about “zero-day exploits,” but there are some ugly truths that you would rather not know as you get deeper into it. Here are some of them.
A massive leak of some of the CIA’s closely kept secrets stored in a repository known as “vault 7” has hit the wire. Here’s what you need to know, and worry about.
Chrome’s explosive growth is impressive, and it is not showing any sign of slowing down. What lessons does it teach us about how browsers should cater to the average user, which is you and me?
A major bug in Cloudflare has caused a massive leak of private data from millions of websites. Here’s what you need to do in the aftermath of CloudBleed.
The U2F security keys are inserted into your USB slot and allow you to log in quickly and easily. But are they really useful and do they keep you safe? Let’s find out.
As more and more car manufacturers start to add tech in cars, it is now possible to remote start, locate and summon your car with your phone. But how safe is it? Let’s find out.
Did you know that wearing headphones for a long time can cause hearing loss and make you deaf? Here’s what can you do to prevent hearing loss.
In the late ’90s antivirus was almost a necessity in every computer. In these modern days are AVs still able to protect you from threats as advertised? Is antivirus relevant anymore?
If you are hearing noises coming out of your computer, here’s a guide to help you diagnose computer noises, isolate the problem and repair it quickly and efficiently.
The Chinese government intends to crack down on unauthorized virtual private networks in an effort to more easily regulate the Internet within its borders. Can it really enforce a VPN Crackdown? Let’s check it out.
Since 2007 the ubiquity of “https://” in URLs has increased almost exponentially. Is using HTTPS everywhere necessarily a good thing?
Speculation suggests Samsung and LG are producing foldable smartphones in late 2017. Let’s see how this might be a decent idea and some of the caveats it may have.
With the evolution of consumer technology reaching a tipping point, perhaps it’s time we looked at what we should be thinking when buying new technology.