1. Microsoft Patch Tuesday: Two zero days and 17 critical vulnerabilities addressed | SC Media
  2. How to take full advantage of Android 10's privacy-reclaiming powers
  3. The evolution of Apple's iPhone
  4. 2fa explained: How to enable it and how it works
  5. 11 reasons I'm buying an Apple iPhone 11 Pro instead of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus | ZDNet
  6. iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max specs vs. iPhone XR, XS and XS Max: What's new and different
  7. Apple will release iOS 13 and watchOS 6 on September 19, macOS Catalina in October
  8. Apple iPhone event 2019
  9. Wikipedia, World of Warcraft Downed By Weekend DDoS Attacks
  10. Wave goodbye to passwords: Soon you could unlock your PC just by holding up your hand | ZDNet
  11. Tech giants ask Congress for a data privacy bill that would bypass state laws
  12. US Govt. plant USB sticks in security study, 60% of subjects take the bait
  13. linux cyber security videos - Google Search
  14. Google face-tracking tech raises privacy questions
  15. Google Finally Confirms Security Problem For 1.5 Billion Gmail And Calendar Users
  16. Apple exec confirms cryptocurrency is on company radar
  17. European regulators to Microsoft: We’re watching you
  18. 8 hot IT security jobs and what they pay
  19. The Best Smart Displays for 2019
  20. Apple, Foxconn Broke a Chinese Labor Law to Build Latest iPhones
  21. 21 Best Kali Linux Tools for Hacking and Penetration Testing
  22. Samsung Just Announced Its Most Astonishing Product Yet, and It's a Great Example of How to Recover From Failure
  23. McDonald's Just Made a Truly Stunning Change to Its Menu. (There's Only 1 Little Problem)
  24. Unprecedented Cyberattack Hit the US Power Grid
  25. Lime brings electric scooter Group Ride option to US so you'll stop riding tandem - Electrek
  26. Take These Steps Before Installing Android 10 on Your Phone
  27. Google can’t fix the Android update problem
  28. How to Access Google's Secret Easter Eggs in Android 9 and Android 10
  29. 14 easy ways to cut back on data use in Android
  30. Millions of Android phones vulnerable to phishing attacks | SC Media
  31. Roku Debuts a Soundbar, and It Comes With a Roku Built In
  32. USB4 gets final approval, offers Ethernet-like speed
  33. Hackers Ask for $5.3 Million Ransom, Turn Down $400k, Get Nothing
  34. Public BlueKeep Exploit Module Released by MetaSploit
  35. How to Delete Online Accounts You No Longer Need
  36. Wipe Data From Your Car Before Selling It
  37. Creating and using a live installation image :: Fedora Docs Site
  38. Here's every way Samsung fixed the Galaxy Fold
  39. The Most Incredible Gadget Apple Plans to Introduce This Fall Is Something You Never Saw Coming (Here's Why It's Brilliant)
  40. Amazon is planning to bring a biometric payment method to Whole Foods
  41. 5 signs your security culture is toxic (and 5 ways to fix it)
  42. All your IoT devices are doomed | ZDNet
  43. NSLOOKUP and How It Works With DNS Records
  44. https://www.wired.com/story/android-10-best-new-features/
  45. Cybercrime: Ransomware attacks have more than doubled this year | ZDNet
  46. Move over VPN, SDP has arrived
  47. The Myth of Consumer-Grade Security - Schneier on Security
  48. Steve Wozniak says Apple should have broken up years ago
  49. Azure for Education | Microsoft Azure
  50. More than 400 police forces working with Ring to view doorbell cam footage
  51. American Cyber Command hamstrung Iran’s paramilitary force
  52. Microsoft wants to bring exFAT to the Linux kernel – TechCrunch
  53. Galaxy Note 10's best hidden features
  54. How to Perfectly Customize Every Setting on the New Galaxy Note 10
  55. How To Get the Most Out of Your Smartphone Battery
  56. Large Telecoms, State Enforcers Make Pact to Combat Robocalls
  57. Ransomware Attacks Are Testing Resolve of Cities Across America
  58. Get the most out of the Note 10's camera
  59. Facebook’s First Newsroom Imploded. Now It’s Trying Again.
  60. What Happened to Evasi0n.com? - Picozip
  61. Best electric mountain bike 2019: uphill made easy with E-MTB. Downhill is up to you…
  62. 5 ways Amazon Alexa can entertain your bored self
  63. Kaspersky Antivirus Software Exposed Millions to Web Tracking
  64. Why Letting Red Hat Do Its Thing Was Wise Choice by IBM
  65. Apple Card Review: The Credit Card of the Future Is No Card At All
  66. The Amazon Publishing Juggernaut
  67. Apple reveals special new iPhones for security researchers
  68. The 50 Best TV Shows on Netflix Right Now
  69. College Still Pays Off, but Not for Everyone
  70. We keep falling for phishing emails, and Google just revealed why
  71. Map reveals which cities use Ring's surveillance network to spy on you
  72. Google Warning: Tens Of Millions Of Android Phones Come Preloaded With Dangerous Malware
  73. Getting the best Wi-Fi speeds at home? Check the fine print
  74. Unsubscribe
  75. Three useful, yet neglected, SQL statements
  76. 35 Cheap Things That’ll Help Fix The Small Annoyances In Your Life
  77. Domino’s Pizza delivers a game-changing case to the US Supreme Court
  78. How the Accused Capital One Hacker Stole Reams of Data From the Cloud
  79. A dismal industry: The unsustainable burden of cybersecurity | ZDNet
  80. This hacker will trick you, and you'll be glad she did
  81. FBI, ICE find state driver’s license photos are a gold mine for facial-recognition searches
  82. Wi-Fi 6 is fast enough to download 22 Marvel movies in 3 hours
  83. Capital One looked to the cloud for security. But its own firewall couldn’t stop a hacker.
  84. Google's New Gesture Controls Aren't Just for the Pixel
  85. Apple put an iPhone in everybody's pocket — now its growth depends on putting devices all over our bodies
  86. The Alleged Capital One Hacker Didn't Cover Her Tracks
  87. Seattle woman charged in Capital One breach may have data from other companies
  88. An Operating System Bug Exposes 200 Million Critical Devices
  89. Researchers to launch intentionally ‘vulnerable’ blockchain at Black Hat
  90. What's a smart contract (and how does it work)?
  91. Websites using Facebook 'Like' button liable for data, Europe's top court decides
  92. Upcoming iPhone update will change how you browse online
  93. Should You Use a VPN for Internet Privacy? That Depends, Experts Say
  94. How To Make Sure Websites Aren’t Spying On You: Guide To Three Popular Browsers | Def Pen
  95. Plex makes piracy just another streaming service
  96. The Amazon dilemma: how a tech powerhouse that fulfills our every consumer need still lets us down
  97. 5 Ways Reading Can Change Your Life (and Best Practices)
  98. IT’s soft skills shortage — and how to train up for success
  99. Getting help for Linux shell built-ins
  100. Banner vulnerability allows remote access to records of more than 60 colleges | SC Media
  101. No More Ransom project has prevented ransomware profits of at least $108 million | ZDNet
  102. 15 extremely useful Gmail shortcuts you'll want to know
  103. How to efficiently charge your devices
  104. Fix your phone's horrible signal strength
  105. Electronic Recycling Guide
  106. Watch Out for This Amazon Prime Day Scam
  107. Why are people so hostile towards President Donald Trump? - Quora
  108. Facebook now shows you who uploaded and shared your information for other advertisers to target you
  109. Which smart speaker is perfect for you?
  110. More than 1,000 Android apps harvest data even after you deny permissions
  111. How to Protect Our Kids' Data and Privacy
  112. Sunday Night Is the New Monday Morning, and Workers Are Miserable
  113. Trick those #!@% spam calls with a fake phone number
  114. Perspective | All eight Spider-Man movies, ranked from worst to best
  115. A Costly Reminder That You Don't Own Those Ebooks
  116. How a trivial cell phone hack is ruining lives
  117. If you can only buy one, should it be the MacBook Pro or the iPad Pro?
  118. A hacker assault left mobile carriers open to network shutdown
  119. Quantum computers will break today's internet security. This work could help fix it
  120. The best programming language to learn
  121. EU-US Privacy Shield legal showdown now set for July 9 – TechCrunch
  122. Samsung’s deepfake technology is getting scary
  123. This Reddit Thread Of "Guy Secrets" Is Equal Parts Hilarious And Heartfelt
  124. Review | Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch.
  125. Warning Issued For Apple's 1.4 Billion iPad And iPhone Users
  126. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could have a new laptop-thrashing trick up its sleeve
  127. The best and worst of smart home tech for one injured vet
  128. International Dark Sky Places
  129. You're Probably Doing 2FA Wrong: Here's the Right Way
  130. Robin Williams hilarious interview
  131. AWS chief says facial recognition should be regulated
  132. You can now use your Android phone as a 2FA security key for Google accounts on iOS
  133. Apple: iPad's now the best PC for more people
  134. Inside the farm of the future
  135. What’s the best iPad Pro keyboard?
  136. How one romance scammer built an international phishing operation | ZDNet
  137. Much @Stake: The Band of Hackers That Defined an Era
  138. Apple finally kills off iTunes
  139. If China Really Wants to Retaliate, It Will Target Apple
  140. This ID Scanner Company is Collecting Sensitive Data on Millions of Bargoers
  141. All the Ways Google Tracks You—And How to Stop It
  142. Newly Released Amazon Patent Shows Just How Much Creepier Alexa Can Get
  143. Perspective | It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is talking to?
  144. Why I (Still) Love Tech: In Defense of a Difficult Industry — WIRED
  145. Google Is Making Android As Difficult To Hack As iPhone—And Cops Are Suffering
  146. Amazon Prime Video Channels: Everything you need to know
  147. Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video clip of you from a single photo
  148. Political Parties Still Have Cybersecurity Hygiene Problems
  149. Remember Google keeps a list of everything you buy – and here's how to find it
  150. How Tech Companies Are Shaping the Rules Governing AI
  151. How to use Google Maps to help someone find you
  152. Want one of the best paid entry-level jobs? Learn this 20-year-old programming language | ZDNet
  153. Perspectives: We're getting closer to stopping tech giants like Apple from abusing their power
  154. The One Password Tip Everyone Needs to Know
  155. San Francisco becomes first city to bar police from using facial recognition
  156. What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and how to prevent it
  157. Keanu Reeves Leaves Colbert Speechless With An Incredible Reflection On Death
  158. How to ditch your iPhone for Android—and take your files with you
  159. Wi-Fi 6: Better, faster and... kind of like Goro from Mortal Kombat?
  160. Limit How Long Google Keeps Your Data With This Overdue Setting
  161. Hands On With Google's Nest Hub Max Smart Display
  162. Hey, Google, let's drive: How you'll use the new Assistant Driving Mode for Android phones
  163. Google brings AR and Lens closer to the future of search
  164. Google’s next-gen Assistant is 10x faster and knows where your mom lives
  165. 9 Apps You Should Have on Your iPhone
  166. What Amazon knows about you
  167. When Coding Is Criminal
  168. Chinese humanoid robot turns on the charm in Shanghai
  169. Facebook has told federal investigators it’s open to heightened oversight of its privacy practices
  170. Facebook Building Cryptocurrency-Based Payments System
  171. Facebook
  172. The stupid reason Apple is using to try to stop you from fixing your own iPhone | ZDNet
  173. Google Pixel 3 owners are still facing problems 6 months later, here’s the list
  174. Google adds way to auto-delete your location history, web activity
  175. Pickup-bicycle collision on UT road raises broad liability issues
  176. NSA asks to end mass phone surveillance
  177. There's nothing funny about today's marijuana. It killed my son
  178. Amazon Prime two-day shipping will go down to one day
  179. The WIRED Guide to Open Source Software
  180. Coming to store shelves: cameras that guess your age and sex
  181. How Nest, designed to keep intruders out of people’s homes, effectively allowed hackers to get in
  182. Apple 'plotted' to hurt Qualcomm years before it sued the company
  183. Facebook’s privacy woes have a price tag: $3 billion or more
  184. Assume breach is for losers: These steps will stop data breaches
  185. NY Cyber Fellowship | NYU Tandon School of Engineering
  186. How New York City plans to become a cybersecurity hub
  187. 3 things about cloud and IoT you need to consider
  188. The 9 Best Macintosh WYSIWYG Editors
  189. AT&T’s 5G E marketing ploy is turning out to be a disaster
  190. Don't Praise the Sri Lankan Government for Blocking Facebook
  191. A 'Blockchain Bandit' Is Guessing Private Keys and Scoring Millions
  192. Amazon opens Key delivery to garages – TechCrunch
  193. Opinion | The Only Answer Is Less Internet
  194. Facebook leaks: Zuckerberg turned data into dollars in ruthless battle with competitors
  195. Samsung Delays Launch Of $2,000 Folding Phone After Reviewers Find Broken Screens
  196. Galaxy Note 10: Rumors, price, release date, specs and everything else
  197. How to Maximize Your Kindle’s Battery (and Really Get a Month of Reading)
  198. Facebook really doesn't seem to understand privacy or security
  199. Cyberspies Hijacked the Internet Domains of Entire Countries
  200. Walmart and Google forge voice order alliance to battle Amazon | ZDNet
  201. End of an era: Soon smart speakers will outnumber tablets | ZDNet
  202. People Wearing AirPods Are Making Things Awkward For Everyone Else
  203. How to remap Bixby to Google Assistant on the Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 9, and other One UI devices
  204. Samsung's Galaxy Fold Phones Are Already Breaking
  205. The Coming Obsolescence of Animal Meat
  206. j.mp/drippler_app
  207. Google’s hybrid cloud platform is coming to AWS and Azure
  208. In a world of Google and Amazon, libraries rethink their role
  209. Report: Samsung will release four Galaxy Note 10 models, both 4G and 5G options
  210. Robots, VR and 3D printers are served up at this high-tech library
  211. Einstein's theory was put to the test. Guess what happened
  212. Review | Die, robocalls, die: A how-to guide to stop spammers and exact revenge
  213. Is More Knowledge Making Us Less Reasonable?
  214. The Day the Dinosaurs Died
  215. Change is not difficult. We make it difficult
  216. Old, Online, And Fed On Lies: How An Aging Population Will Reshape The Internet
  217. Profiting Off The Explosive Growth In Artificial Intelligence And Robotic Automation
  218. Amazon’s Rise in Ad Searches Dents Google’s Dominance
  219. Tenants worry smart-home tech could be abused by landlords
  220. r/cvsreceipts
  221. Reap the Promise of One and Done Authentication With SSO
  222. Trends in the Information Technology sector
  223. 38 Gmail Tips That Will Help You Conquer Email
  224. One week with Apple News Plus: a messy but good-enough Netflix for magazines
  225. Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook may pay publishers to put their stuff in a dedicated news section
  226. South Korean websites hit with rare waterhole phishing scheme | SC Media
  227. Watch every Marvel movie *and* show in the perfect order
  228. 4 obstacles to ethical AI (and how to address them)
  229. Read the latest headlines in the Apple News app
  230. The secret tricks Apple store staff use to push certain products | ZDNet
  231. Steven Spielberg's push against Netflix at Oscars hits nerve
  232. 3 things you must include in an IoT security plan
  233. Verizon Pledges Home Internet on Its 5G Rollout
  234. Why are TVs so cheap now? Well, your smart TV is watching you and making extra money, too
  235. Samsung’s One UI is the best software it’s ever put on a smartphone
  236. Apple just made it easier to find and manage subscriptions in iOS
  237. Here's the One Gmail Setting You Should Activate Now
  238. How to stay as private as possible on Apple's iPad and iPhone
  239. With Magic Leap, your entertainment may get real weird real quick
  240. The Linux command-line cheat sheet
  241. The Next 7 Steps in Convergence of Technology, Business—and Humanity
  242. Google's Making It Easier to Encrypt Even Cheap Android Phones
  243. Phishing emails imitate American banks to infect victims with TrickBot
  244. Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two
  245. Why cloud computing suddenly seems so hard and expensive
  246. Coming soon: On-premises 5G gear for enterprises
  247. Prepping the Enterprise for the AI Apocalypse - InformationWeek
  248. Amazon Eases Into Self-Driving Tech By Joining Aurora's $530 Million Funding Surge
  249. iPhone 7, iPhone 8 being modified for German market following Qualcomm patent trial win
  250. How to get more from Terminal and use it to control your Mac
  251. Why CAPTCHAs have gotten so difficult
  252. Microsoft CEO Says Privacy a Basic Human Right, Calls for Global GDPR
  253. Tesla to buy energy tech company Maxwell Technologies for about $218 million
  254. A New Google Chrome Extension Will Detect Your Unsafe Passwords
  255. Apple, the iPhone, and the Innovator’s Dilemma
  256. Google’s new Android apps listen to the world for the hard of hearing
  257. Why is Java programming popular for businesses?
  258. Top Tech Trends In 2019: 11 Experts Detail What You Need To Watch
  259. 10 cybersecurity trends to watch for 2019
  260. Abstinence-Only Sex Education Has A Big Unintended Consequence In Conservative States
  261. $145 million funds frozen after death of cryptocurrency exchange admin | ZDNet
  262. This password-stealing phishing attack comes disguised as a fake meeting request from the boss | ZDNet
  263. The Ten Most Ridiculous Things "On the Blockchain"
  264. Met Police deploys live facial recognition technology for ninth time
  265. Six Trends for 2019 That Will Redefine Enterprise Tech
  266. Where’s Apple’s collaboration service?
  267. How to run a successful IT internship program
  268. Opinion | Unless You’re Oprah, ‘Be Yourself’ Is Terrible Advice.
  269. How to Rearrange the Menu Bar on the Mac - TekRevue
  270. The autonomous vehicle parking problem
  271. What to expect from tomorrow’s big net neutrality court hearing
  272. Inside the Pentagon’s race against deepfake videos
  273. Google Takes Its First Steps Toward Killing the URL
  274. Is My Cell Phone Carrier Throttling My Speed?
  275. Samsung Starts Making First 1TB Flash Storage for Phones
  276. AMD turns to TSMC after GlobalFoundries turns back on 7nm chips
  277. Could fingerprint scanners replace check-in lines at airports, baseball games and hospitals?
  278. AT&T Wants to Be Big in Entertainment. First, It Has a $49 Billion Problem to Fix
  279. Expect more requests to subscribe from Apple on iPhones and iPads
  280. New Mac Malware Uses Steganography to Sneak Into Computers - ExtremeTech
  281. Commands to help you monitor activity on your Linux server
  282. Have Phones Become Boring? Well, They’re About to Get Weird
  283. Other apps will be able to use Brave's privacy-focused ads starting later this year
  284. Getting Started with Java 9 Module System - Help | IntelliJ IDEA
  285. What is the program modules in java?
  286. Understanding Java 9 Modules
  287. What is digital forensics? And how to land a job in this hot field
  288. Zuckerberg Plans to Integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger
  289. Apple is bringing "Hey Siri" to second generation AirPods
  290. World Economic Forum warns of AI’s potential to worsen global inequality
  291. Amazon-owned Ring has reportedly been spying on customer camera feeds
  292. As the Government Shutdown Drags on, Security Risks Intensify
  293. Major security flaw found in popular ES File Explorer Android app
  294. How to choose a photo storage service
  295. The foldable smartphone revolution will be awkward, but essential
  296. The World’s Worst Passwords List: How Many Do You Have?
  297. U.S. proposes to allow drone operation at night, over people
  298. Feds Can't Force You To Unlock Your iPhone With Finger Or Face, Judge Rules
  299. The Strange History of One of the Internet's First Viral Videos
  300. T-Mobile starts verifying callers to fight spam