Apple has released a new security update to patch a zero-day flaw in WebKit on older iPhones and iPads.
The acropalypse bug has now been patched by Microsoft in both its Snip & Sketch and Snipping Tool software for Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Cybercriminals have created a new malware strain called MacStealer that can steal passwords and other sensitive data from vulnerable Macs.
Project Kuiper aims to provide broadband internet service using a constellation of low Earth orbit satellites. Here’s everything you need to know about Amazon’s Starlink competitor.
The USI standard aims to make styluses work across different devices but the upgrade from USI 1.0 to USI 2.0 left me with the wrong stylus for my Chromebook Duet 3.
A North Korean hacker group is using a malicious extension to read Gmail messages and infect Android smartphones with malware.
The Nexus banking trojan is still in development but it has already gained several new features that make it even better at stealing money and passwords.
Google Bard is certainly smart but since it gets its information from actual news sites, it also needs to start citing its sources or plagiarism accusations will keep piling up.
Google is rolling out a new feature that adds past search queries to Chrome’s New Tab Page to Chrome for Android but there’s an easy way to remove them.
Google Bard is now available to everyone, and after going hands on with it, one of our editors sees a lot more potential with Google’s chatbot than with Microsoft’s.
Google Bard is now available for testing and unlike ChatGPT, it didn’t refuse when prompted to write a phishing email.
Everyone loves finding a great deal but the Pinduoduo shopping app is spreading malware to unsuspecting shoppers.
If you haven’t updated your Wi-Fi router in a few years, you’re missing out on new features that can make your home network more secure and help speed up your devices.
Passkeys are a new alternative to passwords that are much more secure. Here’s everything you need to know about passkeys and how to use them on your devices.
Severe flaws in Samsung’s Exynos chipsets put Samsung, Pixel and other smartphones at risk but some smartwatches and even cars are also vulnerable.
A new Twitter scam is making the rounds online that uses quote-tweets to get bank customers to call a fake helpline.
The ALPHV ransomware gang claimed it hacked Ring but the company says a third-party vendor was actually the one attacked.
Even on YouTube you want to be careful when clicking on links as they can take you to malicious sites spreading malware.
Nintendo has a chance to fix one of the Switch's biggest problems with the rumored Switch 2 and this feature could even give it a leg up over the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
An electric duster has proved to be an invaluable tool for cleaning my computer, keyboards and more — I just wish I had bought one sooner.
Keeping all of your different controllers organized can be a real hassle if you own multiple consoles but it doesn't have to be.
A new version of the Xenomorph Android malware has been spotted in the wild with even more features to steal your banking credentials and drain your accounts.
Hackers are once again using ChatGPT as a lure in their attacks, and this time they’re targeting unsuspecting victims with a Chrome browser extension.
A total of 16 different vulnerabilities have been discovered in several popular DJI drones, but they have been patched with the latest firmware.