In response to privacy concerns, Facebook's Mark
Zuckerberg unveiled tools that will allow Facebook
users to test-drive apps anonymously.
passwords can be a tough challenge. Thankfully, you can now use biometrics to
protect your resources from unauthorized users.
Touted as the next big thing, wearable tech has spawned a
dizzying array of Internet-connected wristwatches & head-mounted
For the first time since the advent of credit cards, there are new ways to pay that don’t involve cash, check or plastic.
After years of rumors, Amazon.com Inc. might finally be getting into the smartphone business.
Downloading and using mobile apps may be risky,
but you can adequately protect yourself by following these tips.
The Blackphone can protect your
privacy and prevent your data from falling into the hands of hackers and
eavesdroppers. Can it possibly live up to its promise?
Wearable computers may bring a lot of
benefits to the end users, but they may also bring a number of security and privacy issues.