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UPDATE: Highway patrol stole photos from arrested woman's phone

UPDATE: New evidence has surfaced in the case against CHP Officer Harrington regarding photos taken from a drunk woman while she was in jail. It…

Sponsored: Hearing is believing!

So you just bought a new flat screen TV and are about to settle down to watch that latest blockbuster movie you've been raring to see at home. But there's a problem - your TV's sound is so frustratingly inconsistent! You probably hear this all too often. In one scene, spoken words sound so soft that you can't help but turn your TV's volume up. Then without warning, a big action scene comes up with all the loud sound effects and a musical score that rattles every wall in your house. Thankfully, here's a little gizmo that can solve your TV dialog and volume issues, even when you're using external audio hardware.

Don't fall for these tech support scams

Tech support fraud is surging. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) says it received around 11,000 complaints related to tech support fraud in 2017 with claimed losses nearing $15 million. Tech support scams can sneak in under many different guises, from a hijacked computer browser to a phone call or an email.
Tips: Fraud/Security/Privacy July 14, 2018

U.S. Navy unleashes swarms of drone boats

Imagine that you're enjoying a peaceful harbor tour, maybe in San Diego, gently rocking in the boat as the tour guide points out some scenic…
Happening Now: Technology October 6, 2014

Microsoft releases new Windows security patches, including XP - Warns of state-sponsored cyber attacks

The recent WannaCry ransomware attacks forced Microsoft to patch obsolete systems like Windows XP. Now, in an unprecedented move, included in this month’s critical Windows security updates are patches for unsupported systems. Why did Microsoft change their update policy?

You weren't hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army, but six news sites were

The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) is at it again. The hacker group started with the The New York Times, Reuters, and now add six more international…
Happening Now: Security & Privacy December 1, 2014
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Update NOW if you have one of these routers

Your home router isn't just a way to connect your gadgets to the Internet. It's a vital part of your security setup and of keeping…
Happening Now: Security & Privacy
March 5, 2015
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UPS hacked! Payment card data stolen

In yet another revelation of retail hacking, the United Parcel Service (UPS) has confirmed that their system was exploited to gain customer information. There's bad…

Support for this Windows version is over

Microsoft has been trying to push customers toward Windows 10 for over a year now. But some customers are still holding onto older versions. If you're running this particular version, your device will no longer get any critical updates. Is it time to finally make the switch?
Happening Now: Technology March 17, 2017

ISIS uses video game to win hearts and recruits

ISIS has a disturbing new YouTube video out. This one will change the way you look at video games. The terrorist group also known as…