- Google wants to be everywhere with everyone. Seven of its products — including Search, YouTube and Maps — have more than a billion users each. Google’s ambition is to knit all those devices and services together. Google users —
- How to protect yourself from a global ransomware attack. Security experts are bracing for more fallout from Friday's worldwide WannaCry ransomware attack, which has so far affected more than 150 countries and major businesses and organizations, including FedEx, Renault and Britain's National
- Protege tu vida digital mediante ocho medidas fáciles. Hay más razones que nunca para aprender a proteger tu información personal. Los grandes ataques informáticos de sitios web parecen cada vez más frecuentes. Los investigadores creen
- Robocalls flooding your phone? Here's how to stop them. An unfamiliar number appears on your cellphone. It’s from your area code, so you answer it, thinking it might be important. There is an unnatural pause after you say hello, and what follows
- The two biggest cable companies just struck a deal. Maybe you've heard: Charter Communications is teaming up with Comcast. The two cable companies are working together to protect their nascent cellphone businesses from huge, national providers — such as Verizon
- New baby monitors offers ‘peace of mind’ but may deliver the opposite. The monitors track infants’ vital signs, but it’s not clear how accurate this information is or how it should be used by parents and medical providers.
- Don't let Facebook make you miserable. IT is now official. Scholars have analyzed the data and confirmed what we already knew in our hearts. Social media is making us miserable.
- Companies take their privacy a lot more seriously than yours. A business gets hacked and customers are then treated like children, given only the sketchiest details so as not to bruise the delicate feelings of the hacked business.
- Ultimate guide to cutting cable and saving money on streaming TV. Use this tool to build your own, personalized TV bundle — then see which streaming video services match it best
- Push to kill prepaid card protections. Major consumer protections slated to take effect next spring for users of prepaid credit cards would go away if a push succeeds to have Congress kill the safeguards before a deadline early next month. Scripps
- FCC chair pushes sweeping changes to net neutrality rules. The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission outlined a sweeping plan to loosen the government’s oversight of high-speed internet providers, a rebuke of a landmark policy approved two years ago to ensure that
- Jóvenes negros en EEUU usan más apps de redes sociales. Los adolescentes y la tecnología son inseparables, pero un nuevo sondeo muestra que los jóvenes negros en Estados Unidos son los más propensos a tener acceso a smartphones, lo
- How is public money spent? Steve Ballmer has the data. The former Microsoft chief executive is unveiling a website aimed at giving United States citizens a transparent look at government budgets. Mr. Ballmer plans to make public a database and a report that he and
- What Windows users should know about the latest bugs. Microsoft announced late Friday that it had already fixed a number of Windows security vulnerabilities before they were revealed last week by the Shadow Brokers — a group that has released several leaks about the
- El lector de huellas digitales del teléfono no es tan seguro como creemos. Los sensores para huellas digitales han hecho que los teléfonos inteligentes se conviertan en milagros de la comodidad. El teléfono se desbloquea con solo tocarlo y no requiere una contrase
- At F.C.C., Obama-era rules on chopping block. First, privacy rules fell. Up next are net neutrality, broadband subsidies and rules blocking local media consolidation.
- Trump signed repeal of FCC privacy rules. Here's what's next. President Trump signed congressional legislation that repeals the Federal Communications Commission's privacy protections for Internet users. The Obama-backed rules would have banned Internet providers from collecting, storing, sharing and selling certain types of
- The future of net neutrality in Trump's America. Now that President Trump has signed legislation repealing landmark federal privacy protections for Internet users, many in Washington are trying to decipher what the move could mean for net neutrality. That's
- Netflix cambia sistema de evaluación: pulgar por estrellas. Netflix está cambiando su sistema de evaluación mediante estrellas con la esperanza de que a sus 94 millones de suscriptores les resulte más fácil indicar si les gustó
- Verizon announces new name brand for AOL and Yahoo: Oath. Oath? Oof. That was largely the reaction on Monday to the news that Verizon plans to house two giants of the early days of the internet, AOL and Yahoo, under the new name Oath.