The walls have ears! Your Samsung TV is eavesdropping on your conversation and your Apple Watch is constantly monitoring how active you are, ready to nag you into exercising.
Samsung Smart TVs listen out for voice commands, but there was outrage this week when it emerged the data could also be sent to third parties. But we've got your back: here's how to switch off this interesting "feature".
Apple boss Tim Cook outlined how the sitting for a long time hugely increases your risk of diabetes and heart trouble.if you've been sitting for too long. Cook says "sitting is the new cancer" and he could be right --
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