Computer security experts are warning about an elaborate new tech support scam where thieves pose as Netflix and Microsoft …
Mt. Gox: What Happened
It turned out to be a lousy place to squirrel away your savings. Who knew?
Update Your Mac (and iPhone or iPad) Now: Apple Releases Patch for "goto fail" SSL Vulnerability
Apple’s recent SSL bug has now been patched for OS X. A similar patch for iOS devices went live last week.
The Rumored Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Sensor Sounds Like Trouble
Unlocking the phone may require some careful swiping.
Google Wants to Protect Your Password with Sound
Don’t lose your phone, though.
U.S. Navy to Zap Enemies With Futuristic Laser
Device launched this year will target aerial drones and swarming speedboats in Persian Gulf
Datacoup: Make Money Selling Your Personal Data Yourself
A new company will pay you monthly for anonymized access to your financial data and social media accounts.
You Don’t Need to Be a Sexter to Want a Self-Destructing Message Service
With hacking on the rise, the demand for ultra secure, ultra private self-destructing messages is building
6 Ways to Protect Yourself from Online Threats
To help better illustrate the importance of online safety and security, Microsoft recently released the results of its 2013 Microsoft Computer Safety Index study
How Much Do Americans Really Care About Online Privacy?
Given all the talk about protecting our personal privacy, is anyone seriously doing something about it? Well, sort of.
How to Check If Your Accounts Have Been Hacked
There are a slew of sites out there that consolidate the publicly available details from all the major hacks and let you search to see if your email is among them.
Blackphone Aims to Be an NSA-Proof Smartphone
Good luck with alllllllll THAT.