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Tagged With Security

The creepiest part of my walk through 'Amazonia' in Seattle was when the tech giant turned into Big Brother

Samsung's newest laptop comes with its own fingerprint scanner

After months of keeping my phone unlocked, I tried the Galaxy S8's futuristic security features -- here's what I thought

AMD keeps gaining even though some of Intel's chip flaws also affect its CPUs

CREDIT SUISSE: People are making 'mountains from molehills' over Intel's security flaw

AMD is gaining as Intel scrambles to fix security flaw

Edward Snowden created an app that turns smartphones into security systems aimed at thwarting spies

Researchers tricked Windows 10 face identification with a photo

HP says nearly 500 laptop models have a dangerous bug that can record everything you type

Thieves stole potentially millions of dollars in bitcoin in a hacking attack on a cryptocurrency company

There's an embarrassing and dangerous security hole in the latest Mac software

Cisco is linking up with Interpol to share data about the cyber criminals it finds both on and off its network

A Boeing 757 was hacked and now security experts are worried more planes could be at risk

Consumers are holding off on buying smart-home gadgets thanks to security and privacy fears

Forever 21 says customers' credit-card info may have been stolen

Americans are almost four times more worried about getting hacked than murdered

The NHS has huge security issues and needs to 'get their act together' after the WannaCry attack

Security flaws in child smartwatches mean hackers can use them to spy on kids' locations

White nationalist Richard Spencer will speak at the University of Florida -- and UF is spending $500,000 on police presence to keep students safe

There is a 'devastating' security flaw in wi-fi, and you're likely at risk