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 I hate to be the one to tell you this, but: we, the people of the Internet, have collectively run up a colossal amount of technical debt. Much of our online infrastructure consists of band-aid and/or legacy Rube Goldberg solutions hacked toget...

One of iOS 8's minor new features is Touch ID integration with any app . This makes it so you can lock apps behind your fingerprint instead of a passcode. Here's a list of the apps that have updated to support it.Read more...

After the recent leak of nude celebrity photos, possibly due to an iCloud hack, it was reasonable to expect Apple to react at its iPhone event. Not a word was said about the incident during the event, but Tim Cook later said the company is taking add...

Privacy-conscious customers should choose Apple -- at least, that's the message the company has delivered with its updated privacy policy. Hopefully it will spark greater competition over who can keep users…...

Sometimes the best way to avoid phishing is simply knowing what to look for . Ian Paul of PC World recommends checking the salutation if you're skeptical of an email. Read more...

 Almost immediately after word broke that Home Depot had been hacked, security experts were noting that the breach was likely even worse than the massive Target hack that had preceded it. Sure enough, Home Depot has just confirmed the scale of t...

iOS: Today, one of our favorite password managers , 1Password, has been updated to support the newest version of iOS. To celebrate, it's now going freemium.Read more...