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How to Protect Yourself from Apps that Make Wi-Fi Hacking Simple

It's not paranoia: Using public or open Wi-Fi networks without taking your security into consideration is a bad idea. You don't even have to crack …

14 Google Tools You Didn't Know Existed

1. Google Ngram Viewer<p>2. Google Correlate<p>3. Google Trends<p>4. Google Think Insights<p>5. Google Public Data Explorer<p>6. Full Value of Mobile<p>7. Get Your …

Robert Scoble's Augment Your Life

So Magic Leap has uncloaked. Rolling Stone has the best look at the technology so far. Those I look up to in the industry who have seen it, from …

Think You Can Live Offline Without Being Tracked? Here’s What It Takes

We asked the most privacy-aware people we could find what it would take to go off the radar. Hint: You’re going to need to do more than throw away your laptop.<p>Nico Sell, the cofounder of a secure communication app called Wickr, has appeared on television twice. Both times, she wore sunglasses to …

What Gmail Knows About You

A new tool visualizes the metadata Google's mail service gathers about you -- and your friends.<p>When Google hands over e-mail records to the government, it includes basic envelope information, or metadata, that reveals the names and e-mail addresses of senders and recipients in your account. The …

Here's What Law Enforcement Can Recover From A Seized iPhone

You may think of your iPhone as a friendly personal assistant. But once it’s alone in a room full of law enforcement officials, you might be surprised at the revealing things it will say about you.<p>On Tuesday the American Civil Liberties Union published a report it obtained from a drug investigation …

How A 'Deviant' Philosopher Built Palantir, A CIA-Funded Data-Mining Juggernaut

Since rumors began to spread that a startup called Palantir helped to kill Osama bin Laden, Alex Karp hasn’t had much time to himself.<p>On one sun-baked July morning in Silicon Valley Palantir’s lean 45-year-old chief executive, with a top-heavy mop of frazzled hair, hikes the grassy hills around …

Articles about dwell guide smart design tiny spaces on Dwell.com - Dwell

Yeah, yeah: We know. Dwell homeowners love an Eames shell chair, and our readers love to point out just how much.<p>For the spatially challenged, think vertically: Lofted beds make every inch count.<p>Home automation expert and director of marketing at Leviton Greg Rhoades shares what to prepare, what to …

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Three Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself From Online Spying

The recent PRISM scandal has validated both the general public's growing unease with federal law enforcement agencies, and many of the fringe …

7 Cybersecurity Risks for 2014

With each new year, comes a new round of cybersecurity risks.<p>To help businesses best prepare for the year ahead, risk mitigation and response solutions firm Kroll has identified seven trends that indicate a changing tide in cyber standards. These changes will require organizations to take stronger …

Four Important Things You Must Do to Protect Yourself Online This Year

2013 was a pretty crappy year for Internet privacy, wasn’t it? While Edward Snowden’s leak of the NSA’s classified documents about the electronic …

This Anvil Case for Your iPhone Just Needs Casters and Band Stickers

Go backstage at any rock club in the world and you're going to find tons of anonymous-looking black boxes holding all of the equipment that bands …

Bad Elf GPS

Decide the extra 130 bones for the LTE iPad wasn't worth it? We can't blame you — but that also means you're out of luck when you need some GPS …

Tips for Cleaning Up and Managing Space on Your iOS Device

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30-Second Tech Trick: How to Extend Your iPhone Battery

Whether you know it or not, you have a bunch up apps pulling down new content all day long. That creates a strain on your battery. Here’s how to fix …

How to Compose and Shoot Great Photos With Your iPhone

It’s not too difficult to shoot prize-winning photos with your iPhone. However, to maximize your chances of dazzling your viewers with compelling …

Evernote for iPhone and iPad updated to offer a more customizable experience

Evernote for iOS has been updated to make the note-taking app easier and faster to use, as well as more customizable, the company said in a blog post today.<p>Among the new features are redesigned New Note buttons that are larger and sit more prominently at the top of the screen, and the choice of …

A Surefire Way to Stop Hoarding Photos on Your Phone

We are all photographers thanks to smartphones. Millions of photos of sunsets, lunches, friends, kids, cats (so many cats), and selfies are taken …

Wearable book lets readers feel the fiction

A project out of MIT called Sensory Fiction relays characters' emotions through networked sensors and actuators worn by the reader. Will future books be yet another wearable technology?<p>When I finished reading "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, I cried what seemed like an endless river of grief-stricken …

Facebook Tests Graph Search On Mobile Devices

Facebook launched Graph Search on the Web browser as a way for people to query their social graph to find out what people are sharing about a particular topic, and now the social network is testing the feature on mobile devices.<p>The Verge reports that some users have already seen the changes over …