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10 insider tricks to keep hackers and scammers from stealing from you

By Kim Komando

Cybercriminals are out in full force looking for ways to steal your data. It’s worth money to them. That’s why we’ve seen a massive uptick in the number of data breaches over the past few years.

John McAfee posts bizarre tweet, says his enemies are trying to kill him

Controversial anti-virus legend John McAfee posted a bizarre tweet on Friday, saying that his enemies had spiked something he ingested.

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Nintendo can 'perfectly detect' and ban pirate Switch games

Back in April, a Switch hack was discovered that can't be patched by Nintendo without Nvidia being asked to redesign the Tegra X1 processor.

Algeria completely turns off Internet to buckle down on exam cheating

By JaJuan M. Morris-Guity

Two years ago, schools in Algeria temporarily blocked student access to Facebook and other social media outlets to end cheating on standardized tests.

Buzz Aldrin reminds us he took the first space selfie on #NationalSelfieDay

By Chris Ciaccia

Buzz Aldrin may have been the second man to walk on the moon, but the national treasure was the first person ever to take a selfie in space. And he's not letting anyone forget about it.

US lawmakers push Google to kill partnership with Huawei

Google is facing pressure from five US lawmakers to drop a partnership with China's Huawei Technologies over claims the collaboration poses a national security threat.

New York's revenge-porn bill dies after 11th-hour campaign by Google

By Kirstan Conley and Gabrielle Fonrouge

New York’s revenge-porn bill died early Thursday morning after the Senate adjourned for the year and took no action in the wake of an 11th-hour campaign by Google against the legislation.

iPhone users angry over iOS 11.4's camera-crashing bug

By Jennifer Earl

iPhone users are taking to social media to voice their frustration with the latest software update, complaining that iOS 11.4 is causing their cameras to crash.

Air Force bolsters F-35 'threat library' to help ID Chinese J-20 and Russian PAK-50 fighters

By Kris Osborn

The Air Force is now adding new information about enemy aircraft to the F-35's "threat library" database designed to precisely identify enemy aircraft operating in different high-risk areas around the globe - such as a Chinese J-20 stealth fighter or Russian T-50 PAK FA 5th Gen fighter, service leaders said.

Air Force bolsters F-35 'threat library' to help ID Chinese J-20 & Russian PAK-50 fighters

By Kris Osborn

The Air Force is now adding new information about enemy aircraft to the F-35's "threat library" database designed to precisely identify enemy aircraft operating in different high-risk areas around the globe - such as a Chinese J-20 stealth fighter or Russian T-50 PAK FA 5th Gen fighter, service leaders said.

Verizon cuts off data brokers from location tracking

Verizon is scaling back a program that can expose cell phone location data of millions of customers without their consent; AT&T has pledged to do the same.

Thieves steal $100G of Apple products through Best Buy roof

Store security is setup to stop people gaining entry through the doors and windows, with surveillance cameras monitoring the floor area in case anyone does manage to break in.

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