Google to encourage site owners to use stronger security If you look at the web address of any financial site and most e-commerce sites, you’ll find the letters “HTTPS”
We at ConnectSafely probably won’t nominate these kids for our One Good Thing program but it’s hard not to admire young people who find a niche and then fill it.
I recently set up a new home office, which not only involved countless trips to Ikea, but also having to deal with ergonomics — something I hadn’t thought much
Symantec is out with a report that raises questions about the safety and security of wearable technology. In a report, How Safe is Your Quantified Self, Symantec
EFF’s Privacy Badger for Firefox and Chrome (click here to install) The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF.org) has released its free Privacy Badger plug-in for Firefox
University of California Berkeley (Flickr Creative Commons) This post first appeared on Forbes.com by Larry Magid Congratulations. After a long and sometimes stressful
This post first appeared on Forbes.com By the end of September, Google will no longer label apps as “free” if they allow for in-app purchases. The change will
This article is adapted from one that appeared in the San Jose Mercury News Your home is getting smarter and more connected, which is mostly a good thing. But, as we start