Let’s be honest: Most of us probably send text messages we want to remain private. Here’s a simple way to send encrypted communications from your smartphone.
As you’ll read in the first of this week’s must-read articles, modern science is edging closer and closer to science fiction. And while the possibilities are endless, so is the potential for overreach. Let’s take a look.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?
Consider how many accounts your cellphone number is associated with. Now imagine a cybercriminal getting their hands on all the information in those accounts just by having your phone number. Scary, isn’t it? Well, here are five steps you can take to prevent having your cellphone number compromised.
If you, like my colleagues on the East Coast, are stuck inside on this snowy day, don’t worry — I’ve prepared this batch of must-read articles so you can pass the time and brush up on some important safety and survival information.
To get to as many of your inquiries as possible, this week’s mailbag will be more like a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers — including why I can’t in good conscience stay out of politics.
Hackers are attacking smartphones with a new type of malware, stealing your personal information and putting you at risk. Here’s a simple way to check if your device has been infected.