Improvements designed to keep your email private, crack down on data stealing apps, and help you find lost devices are on their way.
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The company is enlisting your Echo and Ring devices into an internet-sharing mesh network starting Monday. It’s not too late to opt out.
It’s a growing threat for individual users and businesses alike—but there are ways to protect yourself.
Listen, if you’re going to take them, follow these precautions so they don’t go anywhere you don’t intend them to.
Apple’s and Google’s approval guidelines are notoriously lax—and they won’t keep out apps that are after your money and data. Here’s how to sniff them out.
Cookie consent notices are everywhere, and opting out of tracking is a pain. It doesn’t have to be this way.
If clicking crosswalks makes your blood boil, you’re not alone. Fortunately, there are some tips that make solving those challenges way less frustrating.
Your emails know more about you than you might think, like when you open them or when you forward them to others. But you can reclaim your privacy.
It’s is a bigger threat than ever. Here are some ways you can defend yourself.
From messaging to maps, many popular apps slurp up your data to sell you ads. There’s a better way.