Bogus news stories on sites like Facebook are often the most popular and the most shared. It’s time Facebook takes a stand against these types of bogus “news” stories and figure out a way to help people sort out what’s fact and what’s fiction.
I've warned you about how Google and Facebook track your every move online, but are they the only ones spying on you? You'd be surprised. Home assistants like Google Home and Amazon Alexa are the worst culprits.
Web browsers may be free, but the companies who make them are fighting for your loyalty. Microsoft’s new Edge browser has been losing out to some of its long-time competitors. In this consumer tech news update, Kim Komando explains why the winner in this battle is you.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, cybercriminals have set up fake retail and product apps in Apple's App Store. The scammers are pretending to be department stores like Dillard's and Nordstrom, or retail chains like Foot Locker and Dollar Tree. Kim Komando tells you how to avoid being ripped off by these imposters.
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Chairman John Podesta got hacked in one of the oldest tricks in the book. Let his mistake be a lesson for anyone who uses email and is concerned about the safety and security of your information. Kim Komando explains how the hack happened in this consumer tech news update.
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