Video via Privat | For more info Subscribe The Problem Your photos and videos are the most sensitive data on your smartphone and it is very easy to broadcast them without noticing … Continue reading PRIVAT, a security smartphone based on hardware.
Recent weeks have brought controversy over electronic billboards in restaurants and shopping precincts that utilize advanced facial recognition techniques to not only provide personalized advertisements but also measure and record … Continue reading Facial recognition tech makes it official: There is no privacy anymore
Getty Images | Paul Taylor The Federal Communications Commission’s plan to gut net neutrality rules and deregulate the Internet service market may hinge on the definition of the word … Continue reading To kill net neutrality rules, FCC says broadband isn’t “telecommunications”
Aurich / Thinkstock (In the wake of this spring’s Senate ruling nixing FCC privacy regulations imposed on ISPs, you may be (even more) worried about how your data … Continue reading How to build your own VPN if you’re (rightfully) wary of commercial options
Enlarge / The Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones in question. An Illinois man has accused Bose, the audio equipment manufacturer, of illegally wiretapping him via his Bose headphones. According to a … Continue reading Man claims his Bose headphones intercept what he’s listening to
Windows 10 is getting a whole lot better with the Creators Update, but there’s more to it than just new features and performance improvements. Microsoft is today highlighting some changes … Continue reading Microsoft comes clean(ish) on Windows 10 data collection
Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week. This Evil Alarm Clock App … Continue reading The Laziest Way to Use a VPN, a Tortuous Alarm Clock, and More in This Week’s Top Downloads