If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear, right? The answer is wrong. You should protect your privacy even if you have nothing to hide.
How many streaming services are you currently subscribing to? Have we hit or are we about to hit video streaming service overload?
The Word Wide Web celebrates its 30th birthday on March 12, 2019. Take a look at how a young open platform has changed to what it is today.
Recent news states that Android devices are going to allow logging in to websites with the use of a fingerprint. Do you trust logging in to sites with your phone?
You can now get a .ninja domain name to show off your expertise. Check out some other bizarre domain extensions and the stories behind them.
The more time we spend online, the more important it is to protect our privacy online. To what extent do you protect your online privacy?
Even though companies are releasing more phones, people are actually buying fewer smartphones now. Here are the reasons behind this new trajectory.
The financial world was dealt a big blow this month when it was learned that Equifax experienced a hack. Will the Equifax hack change the way you protect your identity?
It’s always exciting when a new smartphone is rolled out. Let us know what you are looking for in the perfect smartphone.
A recent discovery found that AI chatbots have created their own language to communicate among themselves. Is the Terminator era upon us? Let’s find out.
Make Tech Easier has a new feature: Software Discovery, a showcase for new software. We want to know, “How do you discover new software?”
Nothing can be more frustrating than a tech problem. We asked our writers, “What was the last tech problem that had you stumped?”
Apple just released new laptops, but they don’t seem exciting enough to pull you into buying one. How do you know when it’s time for a new desktop/laptop?
For the past several decades we’ve been watching robots and computers doing more and more for us. Will your job be taken over by robots eventually?