A new Web browser aims to protect your privacy from ads that track you, but it wants to make money with its own ads. Also, learn how Apple's iOS update patches a security bug.
A bill in the state assembly would prevent companies like Apple from selling its encryption-enabled iPhone on its own turf.
Installing Apple's latest patch will help you keep attackers out of your phone and your life.
If the bug hadn't been squashed, users of Yahoo's email service might have been victimized merely by reading a compromised message.
The seemingly handy auto-login feature might be causing a problem, especially with sites that utilize two-factor authentication. Fortunately, there's an easy fix.
Enough with "123456" already! SplashData's annual list of the worst passwords in use includes some old favorites and some new sci-fi-inspired phrases.
There's sizable public interest in smart guns, but opponents say the technology isn't yet ready for prime time.
The CEO makes a case for standing against the use of back doors, or intentional security vulnerabilities that let law enforcement poke into your private information.
Personal email and phone accounts associated with James Clapper were hijacked, hackers tell Motherboard.
The president wants to make it possible for consumers to find and buy these new types of guns. It won't be easy going.
As an added security feature, 1Password for iOS can now tell you which passwords you should change.
The settlement with New York concludes a probe into a breach that exposed data of 50,000 drivers and the use of a "god view" rider-tracking system.
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