Tech support scammers are taking advantage of a Firefox bug to lock up the screens of Windows users, convincing them they need to call bogus tech support.
For the first time, the U.S. has opened up the voting process to smartphones for people with disabilities using blockchain technology.
A new strain of Android malware called xHelper is making the rounds. What makes it notable is how persistent it is, with some saying it’s unremovable!
An experiment has shown many websites collect your data in a process called “fingerprinting,” whether or not you use a VPN or private browsing.
NordVPN is on top of an admitted security breach of their server. They have already strengthened security measure, but will they still be trusted?
Google is expanding its reach of the .new domain to third-party websites. You can now reach Spotify, Medium, eBay, and more, saving you some time.
A leading artificial intelligence research is warning the public that ai could be disastrous for humanity, but his new book does provide a solution.
Google’s researchers created a data set of close to 5,000 molecules that were identified as perfumers to train artificial intelligence to recognize smells.
The next time you apply for a job, they may find out all they need to know with the use of HireVue, face-scanning artificial intelligence that analyzes your employability.
Third-party app developers with a nefarious intent can create Amazon skills and Google Home actions that may seem benign but are actually “smart spies.”
Netflix has announced they will be cracking down on accounting sharing, although they won’t be making any changes at this point. How will this affect you?
The cumulative update for Windows 10 could bring harm to the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection service according to a Microsoft warning.
At the Made by Google event, Google announced the new Pixel 4, new Nest Mini smart speaker, new Nest Wi-Fi, Pixel Buds upgrade, and a new Pixelbook Go.
Apple offers a “Fraudulent Website Warning” when a user tries to view a website that is not secure. It sends information to Google and China’s Tencent, but it’s not sending data to China.
A rogue Lightning cable is being mass-produced that looks and works just like a regular cable, except it can hack the computer it’s plugged into.
Now being learned is that when the batteries in Apple AirPods die out, they can’t be fixed or repaired. Your only choice is to buy a new pair, unless you’re in warranty.
The World Economic Forum believes there needs to be some rules in place for the use of facial recognition technology, especially regarding governmental use.
It’s no surprise that hospitals are under constant cyber-attack, and the new wave of ransomware attacks left them unable to take in new patients. Here are the details.