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Wearable Fitness Devices: Who Owns Your Data?

The short (and scary) answer: not you.

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Can Changing Your Passwords Too Often Backfire?

If it means you use dumb passwords, the answer may be “yes.”

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6 Ways Drones Are Making Us Safer

In the right hands, this high-flying technology can do a world of good.

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FCC to Internet Providers: Fess Up about Data Collection

Your ISP may soon have to spill about how they’re collecting and sharing your personal info.

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Why and How to Reset Your Apple ID Password

The FBI's recent effort to unlock an iPhone serves as a good reminder about password safety.

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A Shark-Spotting Drone Could See Jaws Before It Sees You

“The future of rescue” is being tested sky high over Australia’s coastline.

UL Engineers Help Make the World a Safer Place

Here are five who are making a difference.

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Facebook Like-Farming: Are You One Click Away from a Scam?

Think before you like or share clickbait.

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Surprising Things We Can (or Almost Can) 3D Print

Forget custom action figures of yourself. Soon, you could be able to print dentures or a new lung.

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Hoverboards May Soon Be Recalled

The US government warned manufacturers it may start yanking unsafe hoverboards off of shelves.

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How Safe is 3D-Printed Food?

It’s possible to print 3D pizzas and wedding cake toppers — but do you really want to eat the results?

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What Is Two-Factor Authentication?

It’s like a cybersecurity blanket for your personal data.

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Workplace Cybersecurity: 6 Ways to Protect Your Employer from Ransomware and Cyberattacks

Don’t let a dumb mistake bring down your company.

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Saved from a Pile of Rubble by a ... Robotic Cockroach?

How a universally reviled bug inspired a potential search-and-rescue breakthrough.

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How to Handle Online Trolls

Sometimes silence is golden, but other times you have to speak up. Here’s how.