It seems like every messaging app these days, from iMessage to Facebook, insists on sending "read receipts" letting people know that you've seen their message. This can be annoying. Here's how to tur
A British security expert ha warned that computers can be infected by the gadgets, many of which can be charged from a computer's USB port.
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A new solar power system is easy to add to a roof, and performs its own safety checks.
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The most recent update to WhatsApp's Android app includes a surprising feature: strong end-to-end encryption, enabled by default. It's the strongest security any major texting app has offered, even..
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A new diet tracker uses a camera and jawbone motion sensor to record how much people are eating.
Public Wi-Fi networks--like those in coffee shops or hotels--are not nearly as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you're sharing a network with tons of other people, which means your da
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