privacy

WhatsApp changes terms of service: Things to know and better alternatives

Popular messaging platform WhatsApp owned by Facebook with a userbase of more than 2 billion, in a surprise move, has updated its privacy policy. Users

Apple iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max get ProRAW with iOS 14.3

Apple has released iOS 14.3 that enables the ProRAW feature on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. What that does is give you all the

WhatsApp accuses Apple of app privacy label double-standards

WhatsApp has criticized Apple for double-standards, arguing that the new privacy labels third-party apps will need to show should also be required for Apple’s own

Dell Latitude 7310 (2020) review: Tough, speedy and privacy-minded

The 13.3-inch Latitude 7310’s privacy screen and proximity sensor will foil nosy neighbors. Corporate users who put a premium on privacy—particularly when it comes to

Zoom security issues: Here’s everything that’s gone wrong (so far)

More than a dozen security and privacy problems have been found in Zoom. Here’s an updated list. Are you using Zoom? Everyone who’s had to

PS4 update 8.00 added a privacy notification that has players panicking

The newly released PlayStation 4 version 8.00 software update rolled out to console owners today, adding a number of new features while taking away a

Apple HomePod mini isn’t expensive if you value privacy

The convenience of a voice-controlled home comes at the cost of privacy. The cost is lower when you spend a little bit more on the

MIUI 12 stable update: Here’s when your Xiaomi, Redmi, or POCO phone will get it

MIUI 12 is now official, with Xiaomi’s latest skin offering an array of new features. Some of those features include an improved system-wide dark mode,

Apple iOS 14: What’s the green or orange dot at the top of my iPhone screen?

Apple released iOS 14 to the public in September 2020, and with it came a whole host of visual changes. Some – like the widgets

Amazon has a creepiness problem

Amazon is either brazen, blasé, or oblivious to its privacy reputation, and the result is borderline-creepy products like Ring Always Home Cam and the Echo

New Blink Indoor and Outdoor cameras promise up to four-year battery life

Thanks to the new battery expansion pack, the Blink Indoor and Outdoor can last up to four years, as well as offering offline storage and

2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended appears with ultra-luxe reclining rear seats

After debuting the all-new 2021 Ghost earlier this month, Rolls-Royce has unveiled the extended wheelbase version to offer more room and luxury features for rear

Prestige 590 first look: New flybridge offers an appealing upgrade for UK boaters

Sitting squarely in the middle of Prestige’s flybridge lineup, the 590 is a good option for those looking to upsize in the UK but who

How to set Chrome as your default web browser in iOS 14

If you prefer Chrome to Safari, you can make it the browser used to open web links from any app. On iPhone, most users just

Seven ways iOS 14 will help protect your privacy

Apple is adding several welcome new privacy-minded features to your iPhone and iPad this fall. With each yearly major update of iOS, Apple tightens the

How to Clear Browser Cache in Google Chrome

Whether you’re looking to save disk space, or just want to ensure your privacy, clearing your web browser’s cache is a step towards that goal.

iPhone batterygate settlement can now be claimed by eligible users

A little over two years ago, Apple faced one of its highest-profile scandals that wasn’t related to privacy, security, or even monopoly. It was, instead,

Purism Librem 14 brings hardware kill switches to a bigger laptop

Recent events have put privacy-conscious people in a dilemma. The need to protect their privacy from both corporations and governments has become even more critical

Android 11 security and privacy changes you need to know

Although Google loves to talk about how it uses the latest AI and machine learning technologies to power its anti-malware systems, Android’s security and its

HP Envy 13 (2020) Review

The Envy’s affordable price makes it a great option for students The HP Envy 13 (2020) is an absolute bargain of a laptop, sharing just

Apps that track location. Is it ethical? And, how does it work?

Location tracing apps have not been just introduced in the market. They are here for the past couple of years, since the time when powerful

Android 11 Beta now available

Google has announced that Android 11 is now open for beta testing for early adopters and developers. Android 11 aims to introduce performance optimizations and

Google Chrome completely revamps security and privacy controls

Google is revamping the privacy and security options for its popular Chrome browser with a greater focus on simplicity. Outlined in a blog post today, Google is

OnePlus apologises for turning off the OnePlus 8 Pro’s coolest feature

The much-talked-about ‘X-ray’ mode on the OnePlus 8 Pro has caused quite a stir. The camera filter gives users X-ray vision, to some extent, and

Why the new Microsoft Surface devices don’t have a webcam shutter

Microsoft has one approach to webcam privacy. HP and Lenovo have another. Microsoft’s Surface cameras may now be among the best around, one of many

Google Drive gains an important security feature on iPhone, forgets Android exists

Android once again takes a backseat to iOS. If you’re an Apple user who uses the Google Drive app to share files, a cool security

HP’s new Chromebooks have two features every laptop needs

HP has revealed a set of new Chromebooks, and while the Chrome OS notebooks may be intended for business, features like being able to clean

MIUI 12 officially announced

Alongside the new Mi 10 Youth, Xiaomi officially unveiled its latest custom Android user interface – MIUI 12. It’s still based on Android 10 but brings

Dynabook Portégé X family welcome 14 and 15.6 inch laptops

Laptop sales have risen considerably in the past months as people around the world prepare for a new Work From Home world order. While many

Tesla Model 3 in-cabin camera is for robotaxis but there could be more

Cars equipped with cameras facing outward is nothing new and is used for all kinds of safety and object-detection purposes. Cars with built-in cameras facing