Before you turn to the outside, your tech could probably use a good internal cleanup.
When you’re stuck trying to find one photo in a sea of thousands, what can you do?
I bet you're like me, and every drawer, closet, and room is organized. Now, let’s tackle your digital life.
There are countless hackers, data-hungry companies, developers, advertisers, and snoops on the hunt for your information.
Here are proven methods to make robocalls stop for good.
Imagine for a minute your entire search history was open for everyone to see. That’s a scary thought, right?
Your phone is chock-full of hidden features you’re not taking advantage of.
Easier to use than standalone VPNs, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Brave Browser now all offer options designed to keep you scrolling fast while hiding your IP.
We’re firmly in the age of smart speakers. Maybe you rely on Siri or the assistant built into your phone, but you likely have a full-fledged AI assistant in your home too.
The information provided here is to help you reconnect with someone. Maybe you had a number and lost it, or the one you had is no longer in service. Perhaps you got a call from someone you don’t recognize and need to sleuth it out.
Cookies aren't not just lurking in your computer, they are also on your smartphone.
Donald Trump is not going to fade away in 2021 or even in 2022. In fact, expect Donald Trump to leverage influence in the GOP for years to come. Experts lay out how Donald Trump can influence the Republican Party through his impeachment and beyond.
It’s no secret how much Big Tech companies know about all of us. I bet Google comes to mind first. I’d be remiss not to mention Facebook, which isn’t exactly careful with your info. But did you know Microsoft knows a lot about you too?
No doubt since the coronavirus pandemic hit, you’ve spent more time than you’d care to admit watching Netflix.
Scam calls are getting more convincing, too. In the last year alone, Americans were swindled out of $19.7 billion over the phone. That number will only increase with new COVID-19 tricks up scammers’ sleeves.
Q: Is it true that online retailers give customers specific scores based on what they buy and return? How can I find out my score?
One latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week.