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  2. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip phone Oscars advert had some weird small print
  3. 15 Top Paying IT Certifications In 2020
  4. I just dumped one of Apple's worst, most beautiful products | ZDNet
  5. Perspective | Don’t sell my data! Now there’s a law for that — if you jump through these hoops
  6. Electric co-ops could be the key to solving the rural digital divide
  7. Amazon Flex drivers are using bots to cheat their way to getting more work
  8. Apple lays groundwork to use iPhone as a car key via NFC
  9. How Companies Learn Your Secrets
  10. Apple Just Gave Millions Of Users A Reason Keep Their iPhones
  11. Paper Masks Are Fooling Facial Recognition Software
  12. Facial recognition introduced to US schools
  13. WSJ News Exclusive | Federal Agencies Use Cellphone Location Data for Immigration Enforcement
  14. The straight line from Google Maps to Clearview AI
  15. Why This Is The Era Of Crossroads For Technology
  16. Google and YouTube send cease-and-desist letter to facial recognition app that helps law enforcement
  17. The decentralized ride-sharing disruptors taking on Uber - Decrypt
  18. Dashlane's Super Bowl Ad Proves Password Managers Have Arrived
  19. FBI ‘Drive-By’ Hacking Warning Just Got Real: Here’s How This Malicious New Threat Works
  20. Chip Industry Had Worst Sales Year Since Dot-Com Bubble Burst
  21. Update This WordPress Plugin to Prevent a Site Takeover
  22. Blockchain elections: How Bitcoin tech could secure your vote - and save democracy | ZDNet
  23. Only three of the Top 100 international airports pass basic security checks | ZDNet
  24. Nightmare Google Photos bug sent private videos to the wrong people
  25. T-Mobile and Sprint can now verify that callers are real to protect against spam
  26. Jeep, Bill Murray win USA TODAY's Ad Meter with hilarious 'Groundhog Day' commercial
  27. The 5 Hottest Technologies In Banking For 2020
  28. This Is the 1 New Apple Maps Feature That Will Make You Quit Using Google Maps
  29. He ordered coffee while wearing an AirPod. The barista refused to serve him | ZDNet
  30. VPNs will change forever with the arrival of WireGuard into Linux | ZDNet
  31. Watch Out for Coronavirus Phishing Scams
  32. Video leak appears to show Samsung's foldable Galaxy Z Flip in action
  33. Zuckerberg says Facebook's new approach 'is going to piss off a lot of people'
  34. Rethinking the PC: Why virtual machines should replace operating systems
  35. FBI warns of new online threat to personal, credit card information
  36. Nearly 3 million subscribers ditched DirecTV last year. Will AT&T do the same?
  37. Phishing scams leveled up, and we didn’t
  38. How Fast Is Wi-Fi 6?
  39. Sonos sorry for revealing customer email addresses
  40. Cybersecurity lacking at most of the world’s major airports | SC Media
  41. Lawyers: Facebook agrees to pay $550M to settle facial recognition lawsuit
  42. Ring's App Criticized for Sending User Data to Third-Party Firms
  43. Snowflake is the Linux SSH GUI you didn't know you needed
  44. LastPass is discontinuing its native Mac app and replacing it with a more universal web app
  45. Lawsuits claim Amazon, Apple and more are streaming unlicensed music
  46. Uninstall this popular antivirus software right now if you care about your privacy
  47. These are the best iPad apps of all time
  48. How to delete what Facebook knows about your life outside of Facebook
  49. Perspective | Facebook will now show you exactly how it stalks you — even when you’re not using Facebook
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  52. UN Secretary-General: US-China Tech Split Worse Than Cold War
  53. Why Amazon Pays No Corporate Taxes
  54. Microsoft’s Latest Android Surprise Reveals Future Features
  55. Apple Suddenly Exposes Radical New MacBook Pro Details
  56. Microsoft Faces Immense Pressure After CES Success
  57. CES 2020 Las Vegas - Jan. 7-11
  58. Smartphone Security Surprise As Samsung Shows Google How Android Updates Can Be Done
  59. Meet The Linux Desktop That Wants To Be An Ideal Upgrade For Windows 7 Users
  60. GIMP basics: Best tips and tricks for beginners — PCWorld
  61. Focus Needed Not Just On Drugs But Hospital Expenses To Impact Healthcare Costs
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  64. Facebook Says It Will Ban ‘Deepfakes’
  65. How to Secure Your Wi-Fi Router and Protect Your Home Network
  66. These five tech trends will dominate 2020 | ZDNet
  67. 5 Best Managed WordPress Hosting in 2020 Compared (Pros & Cons)
  68. 'Incognito' browsing isn't really private, and 4 other privacy myths
  69. How to use God Mode in Windows 10
  70. 51 Science Fiction Books Everyone Should Read in Their Lifetime
  71. Facebook tracks you offline: How to make it stop
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  73. How to Get a Real Google Search Box in Chrome
  74. 2019: The Year Ransomware Feasted on the US Public Sector — PCMag
  75. The 20 Best Books of a Decade That Unmade Genre Fiction
  76. The 24 Absolute Best Movies of the 2010s
  77. How to Make the Switch From Windows to Linux
  78. Filing Your Taxes? Watch Out for Phishing Scams
  79. California is rewriting the rules of the internet. Businesses are scrambling to keep up
  80. How Amazon Makes Its Money
  81. 22 Must-Know Amazon Kindle Tips For Anyone Who Loves To Read
  82. Colleges are turning students’ phones into surveillance machines, tracking the locations of hundreds of thousands
  83. New Security Warning Issued For ‘Tens Of Millions’ Of Smartphone Users [Updated]
  84. Windows 10 Security Warning As Dropbox Zero-Day Is Confirmed
  85. Chinese hacker group caught bypassing 2FA | ZDNet
  86. It Seemed Like a Popular Chat App. It’s Secretly a Spy Tool.
  87. The 14 Best Movies of 2019
  88. You’re not paranoid: Your phone really is listening in
  89. PCMag's Best Products of the Year | PCMag.com
  90. AI Is Biased. Here's How Scientists Are Trying to Fix It
  91. 8 Lesser-Known, Affordable U.S. Vacation Spots for 2020
  92. The 5 Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy TV Shows of 2019
  93. 2020 Kia Stinger Review, Pricing, and Specs
  94. 27 People Who Had A Way, Wayyyyy Worse Year Than You
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  96. The dark web could already have your password. How to check
  97. Apple, Google, and Amazon are teaming up to develop an open-source smart home standard
  98. Galaxy Watch Active2
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  100. Dude Protests Annoying Everyday Things With Funny Signs (21 Pics)
  101. AR IN SOCIAL MEDIA: How immersive experiences drive sales, improve customer engagement, and boost awareness
  102. The Chrome Browser Settings You Should Tweak Right Now
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  104. Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis
  105. Meet The Linux Desktop OS That Mac And Windows Users Keep Downloading — But Why?
  106. These 32 Things On Amazon Will Seriously Upgrade Your Bedroom For Less Than $30
  107. Google Just Introduced Its Most Helpful Feature Ever, and It Will Forever Change the Way You Travel
  108. The best science podcasts to make you smarter
  109. Microsoft details the most clever phishing techniques it saw in 2019 | ZDNet
  110. Best Buy Bucks the Trend That’s Crushing Other Retailers
  111. Thieves Are Using a New Tactic for Vehicle Break-Ins
  112. Congress to tech firms: Play nice with police on encryption, or else
  113. Google Chrome can now warn you in real time if you're getting phished
  114. In 2020, smart glasses may start looking totally normal
  115. You can now email your emails in Gmail
  116. How Panasonic is using internet honeypots to improve IoT device security | ZDNet
  117. What is a brain-computer interface? Everything you need to know about BCIs, neural interfaces and the future of mind-reading computers | ZDNet
  118. Google Maps tracks everywhere you go. Here's how to automatically delete what it stores
  119. When a DNA Test Says You’re a Younger Man, Who Lives 5,000 Miles Away
  120. If You Have An Amazon Echo Or Google Home, The FBI Has Some Urgent Advice For You
  121. New vulnerability lets attackers sniff or hijack VPN connections | ZDNet
  122. FaceApp Lets You ‘Age’ a Photo by Decades. Does It Also Violate Your Privacy?
  123. FBI warns FaceApp poses 'potential threat'
  124. Google’s Focus mode is out of beta on Android 10 and has arrived on Android 9 Pie phones
  125. Two malicious Python libraries caught stealing SSH and GPG keys | ZDNet
  126. Qualcomm's larger in-screen fingerprint sensor could seriously improve security
  127. Candy Products
  128. The Best VPN Services and Apps of 2019
  129. 4 things laptop buyers waste money on
  130. I Ditched Google for DuckDuckGo. Here's Why You Should Too
  131. EU investigates Google data collection practices
  132. T-Mobile launches first U.S. nationwide 5G network with low-band 600MHz
  133. How blockchain will kill fake news (and four other predictions for 2020)
  134. Private Internet Access VPN to be acquired by malware company founded by former Israeli spy
  135. Linux.com - News For Open Source Professionals
  136. The 25 Most Dangerous Software Vulnerabilities
  137. Manipulating Machine Learning Systems by Manipulating Training Data - Schneier on Security
  138. Hotel front desks are now a hotbed for hackers | ZDNet
  139. Phishing emails are still managing to catch everyone out | ZDNet
  140. A decade of hacking: The most notable cyber-security events of the 2010s | ZDNet
  141. Surveillance on steroids: How A.I. is making Big Brother bigger and brainier | Digital Trends
  142. Electronic waste pileup sparks warnings
  143. Why Sharing Your Disney+ or Netflix Password Is a Bad Idea
  144. How Apple Will Brilliantly Transition to the ARM-Based MacBook | Digital Trends
  145. China Just Weaponized The Smartphone: Here’s Why You Should Be Concerned
  146. Don't Buy Anyone a Ring Camera
  147. Don't fall for these 4 sneaky Black Friday scams
  148. What is Google going to do with your Fitbit data? Anything it likes
  149. The state of AI in 2019
  150. Alexa's Voice Can Now Express Excitement, Disappointment
  151. Firefox 72 to Block 'Fingerprinters' by Default
  152. Google Detects Steady Stream of Phishing Attacks From Cyberspies
  153. Amazon Quietly Reveals Plan to Put Alexa in Almost Everything
  154. The Top Cybersecurity Threats of 2020
  155. How to Protect Yourself After T-Mobile's Big Data Breach
  156. Data breach compromises T-Mobile prepaid accounts
  157. This is Tim Berners-Lee's grand plan to save the web from digital dystopia | ZDNet
  158. Instagram explains how it uses AI to choose content for your Explore tab
  159. GPS Is Easy to Hack, and the U.S. Has No Backup — Scientific American
  160. 1.2 Billion Records Found Exposed Online in a Single Server
  161. The top 20 tech skills of 2019—and the easiest one to learn in 2020
  162. Scammers try a new way to steal online shoppers’ payment-card data
  163. Amazon's smart shelves will re-order office supplies automatically
  164. Sacha Baron Cohen gave the greatest speech on why social networks need to be kept in check | ZDNet
  165. DevOps delivers, but requires new skills - and a whole new mindset | ZDNet
  166. ‘The time is now to have a federal privacy bill,’ says Tim Cook
  167. More than 1 million T-Mobile customers exposed by breach – TechCrunch
  168. How to Back Up and Restore Your iPhone or iPad without iTunes
  169. Absolutely humongous data breach exposes more than a billion records
  170. How to set up a VPN on your iPhone or Android phone: Yes, you need one
  171. Macys.com Magecart attack yields payment, personal info | SC Media
  172. Louisiana spurns attempted ransomware attack, governor says | SC Media
  173. Windows 10 fake update is nasty ransomware
  174. Warning New Amazon Scam
  175. How to Keep Your Disney+ Account From Being Hacked
  176. Amazon says police can keep videos from Ring doorbells forever and share them with anyone
  177. Uber reportedly wants to listen in on your rides by piloting audio recording feature
  178. Google Confirms Android Camera Security Threat: ‘Hundreds Of Millions’ Of Users Affected
  179. What color are these squiggly shapes?
  180. ‘Privacy first’ Brave browser exits beta
  181. Tech jobs: Python programming language and AWS skills demand has exploded | ZDNet
  182. Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro has a mysterious new ‘lid angle sensor’
  183. How to Check If You Have Access to Google's RCS Messaging
  184. Every Tech Special Section We've Published So Far
  185. Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums | ZDNet
  186. The Real ID Is Nearly Here, and You Can’t Fly Home Without It
  187. Why Is Google Slow-Walking Its Breakthroughs in AI?
  188. Cybercrime Booms As Scammers Hack Human Nature To Steal Billions
  189. WSJ News Exclusive | AmEx Is Paying Up to Get Businesses to Accept Its Cards
  190. The Supreme Court will hear Google and Oracle’s nearly decade-long copyright fight
  191. Design flaw leaves Bluetooth devices vulnerable | SC Media
  192. Get ahead of the cybersecurity curve | SC Media
  193. Microsoft announces changes to cloud contract terms following EU privacy probe – TechCrunch
  194. WhatsApp fixes bug that would have let hackers exploit devices using MP4 files
  195. New 16-inch MacBook Pro: Teardown reveals old scissor-switch keyboard in all its glory | ZDNet
  196. Secure, Fast & Private Web Browser with Adblocker | Brave Browser
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  198. Using NMAP - Part 1 of 2 - Ping Sweeps, Port Scans, IP Spoofing and Gathering Information
  199. Officials warn about the dangers of using public USB charging stations | ZDNet
  200. The Morning After: iFixit looks inside the 16-inch MacBook Pro
  201. MacBook Pro teardown confirms the new keyboard is basically just the old, good keyboard
  202. Galaxy Note 10's best hidden features
  203. 15-inch vs 16-inch MacBook Pro comparison: Should you upgrade? - 9to5Mac
  204. Google’s rollout of RCS chat for all Android users in the US begins today
  205. Iowa paid a security firm to break into a courthouse, then arrested employees when they succeeded
  206. Turn Off Facebook's Camera Privileges on iOS Right Now
  207. Intel Fixes a Security Flaw it Said Was Repaired 6 Months Ago
  208. My Apple Card Got Stolen: Here’s What Happened
  209. Google to offer checking accounts in partnership with banks starting next year – TechCrunch
  210. Why network segmentation is ready for an overhaul | SC Media
  211. Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro is here and it has a good keyboard
  212. It’s time to unsubscribe from some streaming services
  213. Download Firefox 70 for Windows, macOS, Linux & Mobile
  214. How much does it cost to launch a cyberattack?
  215. Twitter spy scandal a wake-up call for companies to clean up their data access acts
  216. How to Save Your Data When You Quit Your Job
  217. Engadget's 2019 holiday gift guide is here!
  218. A Secret Apple Project Just Leaked. And Apple Thinks It'll Eventually Replace iPhones
  219. Learn About Cybersecurity with These 11 Essential Videos
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  221. How to choose a database for your application
  222. Best Buy Made These Smart Home Gadgets Dumb Again
  223. Twitter is working on a policy to flag deepfakes