A phone app marked as "free" may have hidden costs that you don't anticipate.
Find out what information carriers collect.
Are strangers recognizing you?
Stop companies from collecting data about you.
Make personal data security a priority for the new year.
With big corporations getting hacked, how do you secure your own social media?
What you need to know about modern driving distractions and how to effectively combat them.
The new BlackBerry Balance helps its users keep their work and home lives separate. Here’s what you need to know to successfully and safely navigate between your worlds.
How to keep your mobile device secure.
Nearly everyone carries a recording device at all times these days. But what are the legal -- and social -- rules for public recording?
Banking by phone? Here's what to do (and not to do) to protect your security.
Bringing your phone or tablet to work might sound convenient, but there are risks. Here's what you need to know about BYOD.
Spammers are targeting your mobile phone more than ever. Here's how to thwart them.
Soon, you’ll be using your phone to buy your morning coffee and a new pair of shoes. But the industry still has to sort out a lot of details.
Group texting involves sending the same message to a group of people at once. And while some are embracing group texting as a viable alternative to email, parents and young adults should be aware of the risks.
Make it simple to be safer with these 10 tips for enhanced technology security.
For teens with an iPhone or iPod Touch, the applications offered by the iTunes store may not be everything they want. Some teens try to "jailbreak" their devices by installing unauthorized applications. But this practice comes with risks. Here’s what you should know about jailbreaking.
Have you ever had a barrage of hang-ups or strange calls tying up your cell or home phone? They may have seemed like little more than an annoyance, but they could be an indication that computer hackers are trying to access your financial accounts. Here’s how to stay safe.
If your child has an iPhone, then she’s probably connected to the Internet 24/7. Here's how to ensure safety and security for any iPhone-obsessed child.