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Game-changing iDrive offers unlimited mobile backup for life

<b>No monthly subscription</b>, <b>unlimited data backup</b>, and even <b>cross-platform compatible</b> despite the iName). This is why iDrive has made our <b>special deal post</b>, and remarkably right now it’s available for a <b>one-off payment</b> of just $19.99.<p>You might well ask why you would pay for mobile backup when there are …

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Yes, You Should Still Change Your DNS Settings for Better Internet

The DNS (Domain Name System) server settings on your laptop, phone, or router are your gateway to the web—converting easy-to-remember domain names …

Information Security

New Wi-Fi attack cracks WPA2 passwords with ease

The common Wi-Fi security standard is no longer as secure as you think.<p>A new way to compromise the WPA/WPA2 security protocols has been accidentally …

Information Systems

The Worst Cybersecurity Breaches of 2018 So Far

Looking back at the first six months of 2018, there haven't been as many government leaks and global ransomware attacks as there were by this time …

Cybersecurity

Amazon’s best-selling air fryer cooks up crispy food without clogging your arteries

If you’re looking to spice things up in your kitchen, there’s no better way to do it than with a Cozyna SAF-32 Digital Air Fryer. This 3.7-quart air …

Europe is using smartphone data as a weapon to deport refugees

Smartphones have helped tens of thousands of migrants travel to Europe. A phone means you can stay in touch with your family – or with people …

Timsort — the fastest sorting algorithm you’ve never heard of

Timsort: A very fast , O(n log n), stable sorting algorithm built for the real world — not constructed in academia.<p>Timsort is a sorting algorithm …

Dwayne Johnson helps launch Under Armour Sport Wireless Project Rock Edition

Under Armour has teamed with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to launch a series of special edition products under the Project Rock label.<p>As Johnson puts it …

This fancy device turns your entire room into a screen

Augmented reality for the design-minded<p>Screen fatigue is real. Between phones and laptops and TVs, it seems as if the world is covered in glowing glass boxes.<p>At first glance it might seems as if Lightform, a new projector system that casts light onto any surface, is part of the problem. Then you …

Big four banks face mounting pressure to lift interest rates

Australia's largest banks may be forced to impose "out of cycle" mortgage rate hikes as global interest rates push higher.<p>There is speculation they …

Advanced DDoS attacks up 16% from last year: Watch for these methods

With distributed denial of service (DDoS) and bot-based attacks constantly evolving, businesses must stay vigilant, according to Akamai …

Amazon has a $40 wireless keyboard that lasts forever without new batteries or recharging

Are you tired of having to plug in your wireless keyboard every time it needs to be recharged? After all, it’s a “wireless” keyboard so connecting a …

Here Are 18 Things You Might Not Have Realized Facebook Tracks About You

Including: information about your online and offline actions and other devices on your Wi-Fi network.<p>When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress in April in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, he said he'd have his team follow up on questions he couldn't answer in full …

The Ethical Hacker Bootcamp Bundle | Mashable Shop

Hackers are getting more sophisticated by the day, but so are their crime-fighting counterparts. Commonly known as ethical hackers, these …

How Fitbit is trying to transform healthcare, and itself

Your physical and even mental health is a growing focus for Fitbit as it tries to fill the revenue gap left by a stalled business in fitness trackers.<p>Fitbit has a problem on its hands. This is not news. After riding high on a 2015 IPO, Fitbit’s main product, fitness-tracking wrist wearables, have …

`Very Lonely.’ The Unsettling Hum of Silicon Valley’s Failure to Hire More Black Workers

<b>When Maxine Waters, the Democratic representative from southern Los Angeles</b>, toured Silicon Valley during the first week of May with fellow members …

12 Exercises to Get Rid of Lower Belly Fat

Ridding stubborn belly fat is a high priority on many of our lists, so what exactly does it take to zap an undesirable midsection? The "secret" is actually to strengthen both your upper <i>and</i> lower body, because there's no such thing as spot reduction. But there are specific exercises you can do to …

These 20 Chicken Dinners Are Equal Parts Fast and Fancy

There are basic chicken recipes we all keep in our meal plan rotation — and then there are the chicken recipes that make you feel like a dinner …

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4 Reasons Why Introverts Make Great Leaders

Leadership is about solving problems and making decisions. You don't need to be the life of the business party to do either one.<p>Whether in business or in life, we look to our leaders to teach us, guide us, and help us make sense of everything. Therefore, most successful leaders have a strong sense …

Xiaomi announces $26 Mi Band 3 with 20 days of battery life

Xiaomi has announced the Mi Band 3, the latest in the company's popular line of ultra-low-priced wearables. The Mi Band 3 has a bigger, higher resolution OLED screen than the previous model, the Mi Band 2, and Xiaomi says it's more comfortable on the wrist. The company claims the same 20 days of …

Intel Wants to Replace DDR4 With Optane DIMMs

We're getting memory modules that retain data when the power is turned off and easily scale to terabytes of storage.<p>PCMag reviews products …

Everyone loves Tile trackers, but this $12 Bluetooth tracker is better in one important way

Tile is the biggest name in Bluetooth finders, but it’s certainly not the only name. In fact, there’s a great alternative you’ve probably never heard …

These Are the Healthiest Shoes To Wear, According to Scientists

Recall a time when you took a long walk on a beach. Your feet probably felt pretty tired by the end of it. “Your feet are tired because every time …

Are You Shy or Introverted? Science Says This Is the Difference Between Them

It's surprising, but makes sense.<p>Shyness and introversion have long been confused. Some people who are introverted resent being called shy, and vice versa. Others use the two terms interchangeably.<p>Yet many psychologists argue that there's a major and compelling difference between the two states. …

12 of the best earbuds on Amazon, according to customer reviews

Sure, they're small, but that doesn't mean earbuds are a purchase to be taken lightly.<p>You've probably been listening to music on the go since you …

Fender's excellent desktop app for learning to play songs is now free

Fender’s $35 Riffstation desktop app, which helps you break down songs to learn its chords and riffs at your own pace, is now available for free on macOS and Windows.<p>Fire it up, open an MP3 or CD track, and Riffstation will break it down to show you the chords for the entire song. You can also slow …

Cracking 2FA: How It's Done and How to Stay Safe

Two-factor authentication is a common best security practice but not ironclad. Here's how it can be bypassed, and how you can improve security.

You’ll never read Facebook’s new data policy, so we did it for you

<i>(in)Secure is a weekly column that dives into the rapidly escalating topic of cybersecurity.</i><p>With privacy-centric European Union legislation set to …

Apple iCloud targeted by new blockchain technology

Apple might be in trouble if the creator of a decentralized personal cloud that uses blockchain technology is correct.<p>Keda Che, the founder of Universal Labs, created the Ubbey Box, which he describes as a more secure, easy-to-understand product that can be used as a private dropbox or to upload …

I’ve tried to dump Google andFacebook. But it’s been painful

Over the past month I’ve tried my best not to use Google. I deleted my Facebook account. I’ve gone through all my phone and iPad apps, closing down the “permissions” that give them access to my calendar, camera, contacts and location. And I’ve switched to DuckDuckGo as my (home) web browser. Like …