Remember the poor goat tied to the fence in Jurassic Park—bait to lure T-Rex into the open? Well think of cyber honeypots as something similar. Monitored machines, mimicking connected smart devices, placed
Google Maps Just Introduced a Controversial New Feature That Drivers Will Probably Love (But Police Will Utterly Hate)
'We are concerned that terrorists, organized crime groups, and gangs will find this a valuable tool...' On long drives, I often find myself running two real-time mapping programs on my phone at once: Maps,
If you haven’t been paying attention to a little Linux desktop distribution called Deepin, it’s time to put it on your radar. Nevermind that Huawei chose Deepin to ship on their MateBook laptop lineup.
Samsung is already working hard on a potentially revolutionary Galaxy S11 (and a lot has leaked already), but the company now faces a big problem in the here and now. And millions of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy
Sign in with Apple arrives as a seamless way to sign up for and log in to third-party accounts with just your Apple ID. The service offers some great security and privacy benefits and is available with
Everything you've touched is now on your face. Think about it. You can't see it with the naked eye, but your smartphone is likely to be crawling with bacteria—perhaps even with more than your toilet seat.
Thousands Of Gay Men Asked This Chemsex Adviser For Help On Grindr With Their Drug Problems. The App Blocked Him.
“This is the biggest tragedy happening in the gay community since the years of AIDS,” Ignacio Labayen de Inza told BuzzFeed News. Grindr repeatedly banned a specialist health adviser from its platform