AT&T Hit With Dozens of Class-Action Lawsuits Following Data Breach
AT&T also appears to revise its estimate of affected users from 73 million to 51 million.
Michael Kan

Should I disconnect my PC from the internet when I have a virus?
It is often recommended to disconnect the internet connection in the event of a virus attack.
Arne Arnold

10 Windows features that will disappear soon
Bye bye bye.
Thomas Joos

Google agrees to destroy browsing data collected in Incognito mode
Google agrees to destroy browsing data collected in Incognito mode
Lauren Feiner

New Twist on Phishing Attack Targets Apple Users With Password Resets
Hackers are abusing Apple`s password-reset function to bombard victims` iPhones with notifications. They then call the victim, pretending to be Apple support.
Michael Kan

10 cloud development gotchas to watch out for
Cloud-based development has many advantages but some big downsides, too. Here are 10 reasons to think twice before developing, testing, or deploying your apps in the cloud.
Bob Violino

The Best Password Managers for 2024
Stop splashing your kid`s birthday and your pets` names across the web.
Kim Key

Our Top 100 Budget Buys: Affordable, Tested Tech That`s Actually Worth It
Our experts review more than 1,500 technology products each year. Our mega-guide, updated monthly, scopes out the very best cost-conscious products across 15 key categories.
PCMag Staff

Why we need both cloud engineers and cloud architects
Let’s clear up the confusion around the semantics of these critical roles. They offer a combo of strategic vision and on-the-ground development skills.
David Linthicum

The Best Tax Software for 2024
We test and rate the top online tax services to help you find the best one for filing quickly and accurately—and for getting the largest possible refund.
Kathy Yakal

Unsure if a link is safe? Use these anti-phishing tools to check
It’s dangerous to go it alone.
Alaina Yee

ChatGPT is getting ‘memory’ to remember who you are and what you like
As its chatbot gets more powerful, OpenAI is also letting it get more personal. But it says users are still in control.
David Pierce

Worst things to ask Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant
I use Siri to send texts, put my phone on Do Not Disturb before I record, set meetings and lots more.

Bitdefender Total Security review: Great, easy to use protection
Not all of this security suite’s features are useful.
Alaina Yee

How to Remove the Most Annoying Ads From Windows
Microsoft likes to promote its own services in Windows 10 and 11. Tweak these settings to stop the irritating tips, suggestions, and pop-ups.
Whitson Gordon

How to Get Google to Quit Tracking Your Location
Turn off Google`s tracking abilities for Maps and other services on iOS, Android, and desktop.
Jason Cohen & Stephanie Mlot

Why You Need a VPN, and How to Choose the Right One
VPNs can protect your privacy, if you use them right. We explain what VPNs do, what they don`t, and how to get the most out of a VPN.
Max Eddy & Chris Stobing

Hackers Hit Comcast`s Xfinity to Steal Data on 35 Million People
In some cases, the hackers only stole usernames and hashed passwords. But in other cases, details including contact information and dates of birth were looted.
Michael Kan

Here`s Why You`ll Hear About a Lot More Data Breaches in 2024
A new SEC rule puts way more pressure on CFOs to come forward immediately.
Maxwell Zeff

Are you a victim of screen hacking? Here’s how this cyberattack works
Hackers have found a new way to infiltrate your device. It’s called screen hacking and uses tech know-how to take advantage of touchscreen technology.
Charlie Fripp