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Moto 360 (2019) review: A good watch on a so-so platform

Jimmy Westenberg December 11, 2019 60 shares
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Oppo’s under-display camera means we can finally stop arguing about notches

David Imel December 11, 2019 1749 shares
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Samsung Galaxy S11, S11 Plus, and S11e: Everything we know so far

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AA holiday gift guide 2019

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How to protect your privacy using Android

We keep an awful lot of personal information on our mobiles these days and they consequently know quite a lot about us, so these days it pays to keep your data protected.
Robert TriggsJune 21, 20181456 shares
 

US lawmakers have voted to let ISPs sell your browsing history to advertisers (Updated)

The US House of Representatives follows US Senate in voting to eliminate current internet privacy rules.
Mitja RutnikMarch 29, 2017590 shares
 

Steep Price Drop: Hacker kit $45 (normally $5,207)

The Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp has helped thousands of students launch a career in white hat hacking, but they paid a lot more than you will.
AA PicksJanuary 18, 2017215 shares
 

Krypton Anonymous Browser – Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is Krypton Anonymous Browser. This browser focuses on privacy and has features like tracker blocking and Tor built in!
Joe HindyDecember 20, 2014404 shares
 

Ghostery Browser released to the Play Store, here’s our quick look!

Ghostery has released their privacy-centric Ghostery Browser to the Google Play Store and Amazon App Store today. Check out our quick look video!
Joe HindyDecember 3, 2014485 shares
 

Would you sell your privacy for $100 a month?

Luth Research will offer to track your smartphone, tablet, or PC habits in exchange for up to a $100 a month, to then sell your data to the highest bidder. Tempted?
Robert TriggsAugust 27, 2014347 shares
 

Ghostery wants more web browsing transparency, will release browser later this year

Ghostery is an add on that helps you browse the web with more transparency. Check out what they have to say about online privacy and their upcoming browser.
Joe HindyJuly 29, 2014139 shares
 

NSA indirectly responsible for new breed of anti-spying smartphones, apps and devices

The moral and political aspects of state-level spying will be debated for years to come, but an interesting side-effect of the NSA's actions is that new business is being created ...
Gary SimsOctober 11, 2013498 shares
 

Are your photos revealing your location when you post them on the Internet?

Many people are unaware that photos can contain geo-location information, and that this data can be read by anyone when you post an image on the Internet. You do turn off GeoTagging on ...
Gary SimsSeptember 27, 2013166 shares
 

Google unveils Inactive Account Manager to handle data after inactivity periods or death

Google unveiled a new feature for Google accounts, the Inactive Account Manager which will help you control what happens to your data when your account goes inactive.
Brendan LynchApril 11, 2013150 shares
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