Colorado’s new vote checks could help discover vote hacks

Will the rest of the states follow through with “groundbreaking” new election check system?   You did your civic duty. You voted. You may even get a red, white and blue…

Read More

The hunt for phones & money after used tech scheme shutdown

Will unhappy customers get their devices back—or maybe even refunds for their phones & laptops?   Boxes and boxes of used phones, sent by mail, are stacked in a warehouse…

Read More

Chatting with the White House bot

Why you, too, will end up talking with government bots now or in the future.   Have a question about your Social Security? Want to tell something to your congressperson? Want to…

Read More

More Millenials are falling for tech support scams

This generation may be tech-savvy, but not always wise to the wily ways of online scams.    Ten years ago, your typical tech support scam victim was someone like Harold. Seventy years old,…

Read More

Should you care if the FBI is spying on your browser history?

The battle over “browser spying” and “mass hacking” by law enforcement.   Does it matter if law enforcement gets a peek at what you’re searching online? Privacy advocates say yes. They’re…

Read More

Inside the takedown of a multimillion dollar used phone & laptop scheme

Customers celebrate now that the notorious sell-us-your-used-electronics company is shut down.    The employee yelled as he drove by. “F—k you!” he screamed through the open car window. That was his answer…

Read More
...10...2122232425...304050...