The best way to buy a used iPhone? Know where to buy from and follow our iPhone checklist.
A viral Tumblr post recommends that women give out a Google Voice number if a “creepy guy” asks for their phone number in person.
There are a lot of popular smartphone apps that allow users to livestream to strangers or communicate anonymously. Is your teen using one of them?
Halloween is upon us, and your neighborhood will soon be overrun by tiny princesses, ghosts, superheroes, and slasher film characters looking for candy. No matter how cute those Halloween trick-or-treaters are, you might be wondering what tricks some criminals may have up their sleeve during this holiday.
In a safe, quiet neighborhood, you may not think twice about letting your child stay home alone or sit inside your locked vehicle while you run a quick errand.
In March of 2015, Napa Valley police received a disturbing call from 48-year-old businessman and investor Emad Tawfilis, who said he’d been shot and was being chased through a vineyard.
Imagine getting a home DNA test kit, just for fun — only to find out that your father wasn’t your biological father at all. That’s precisely what happened to Colorado resident Kasi Mireles Taylor.
Every year, more and more internet-connected gadgets become available to help you stay organized and quickly access the information you need. Amazon Alexa and Google Home are among the most popular smart home devices, serving as a voice-controlled hub that gives you what you need, whether that’s listening to new music, requesting a Lyft ride, or controlling the thermostat.
Summer is a time for sunshine, relaxation, and fun family getaways. Unfortunately, it’s also the prime season for vacation scammers. Fraudsters are always looking to take advantage of unsuspecting vacationers eager to get a “good deal” on their travel plans, especially during the summer months.
Ever wish it was easier to meet someone new at your favorite bar or coffee shop? Tinder’s new “Places” feature wants to help you out.
Ever get the feeling your technology is spying on you? For one Oregon couple, this dystopian nightmare recently came true when their Amazon Echo device recorded their private conversation and sent it to a random contact.
We’ve all been there: One person is romantically interested in another, and the object of their desire wants nothing to do with them. Being on the “rejected” side of this equation can sting, but it’s not always better to be the one who’s pursued.
There’s no denying that Uber, Seamless, TaskRabbit and other “sharing economy” services have made people’s lives infinitely easier. By pushing a few buttons, we can arrange have a car sent to our exact GPS coordinates, a hot meal delivered our doorstep, or our groceries picked up and waiting for us at home.