Companies Believe Coffee Shops Present Biggest Threat To Be Hacked

A report found businesses in the United States and throughout Europe have growing concerns about the possibility of getting hacked and are particularly worried about remote workers being compromised while on public Wi-Fi in places like coffee shops. Mobile security firm iPass surveyed 500 technology companies in the U.S., U.K., Germany and France for its annual Mobile Security Report and […]

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A Majority of Americans Endorse Net Neutrality Protections

The Federal Communications Commission last week took the first steps toward dismantling the regulatory framework created in 2015 to protect net neutrality. But a new Consumer Reports survey found that a majority of Americans value those protections. The 2015 rules were designed by the FCC under former chairman Tom Wheeler to safeguard consumers from practices that could restrict their choice of online content or […]

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Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram unite with cross-app notifications

Facebook’s family of apps are moving in together. Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram are each testing a feature that shows notification counters from the other apps and lets you instantly switch between them. The feature could boost engagement across the apps by using those maddening red notification jewels to constantly remind you there’s something to see in the other apps. This […]

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‘WannaCry’ cyberattack: What we know

Countries around the world braced Monday for the spread of a massive ransomware cyberattack crippling thousands of computers at banks, hospitals and government institutions. Here’s what we know so far: WHAT’S THE LATEST? Computers booting up to start the workweek might continue the spread of “WannaCry,” a ransomware attack where hackers lock down a computer and threaten to delete all […]

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