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Nearly all the top 10 universities in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia are putting their students, faculty and staff at risk of email compromise by failing to block attackers from spoofing the schools’ email domains.

If you’re looking for the best digital quality of life in the world, Denmark appears to be the place to go. South Korea finished second in the overall rankings, although it captured the top spot in internet quality and both broadband and mobile speed growth.

We're coming up on another school year, so it's about time to start shopping for supplies. Let’s talk about some tech-related considerations. Then we’ll close with the product of the week, a new vacuum from LG.

Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, is asking its Oversight Board for an advisory opinion on whether measures taken to squash dangerous Covid-19 misinformation should continue or be modified.

Despite promising growth, accurate detection of security threats remains a problem. False alarms threaten user satisfaction with their systems, with about two out of three security system owners having paid a fine for a false alarm.

Companies have a long road ahead to protect privileged identities and access, despite corporate leaders’ good intentions. Less than half of the organizations surveyed by Delinea have implemented ongoing security policies and processes for privileged access management.

The Lucid Air and the coming SUV code named Gravity, due in 2024, appear very different from every other car on the road, including Tesla. Let’s talk about the future of electric cars. Then we’ll close with my product of the week: an update on the Bartesian robotic bartender by, no kidding, Blac...

Amazon alleges that the administrators of more than 10,000 Facebook groups have attempted to orchestrate the placement of bogus reviews on Amazon in exchange for money or free products.

At this year's RSA Conference, Kevin Orr, president of RSA Federal met with leaders in government and enterprise cybersecurity. TechNewsWorld discussed with Orr key takeaways from the event and his observations on the state of cybersecurity.

Last week was crazier than usual in the tech world — which says a lot. Let’s walk through some of this apparent insanity and see what’s going on.

Leapwork is used by Global 2000 companies — including NASA, Mercedes-Benz, and PayPal — for robotic process automation, test automation and application monitoring. We asked its Co-Founder and CEO Christian Brink Frederiksen to reveal more details about the inner workings of the company's no-code...

Be suspicious at the first sign of your phone behaving oddly. Both the Android and iOS smartphone platforms present the same set of common symptoms to indicate malware may be at play inside your device.

Comparisons between U.S. and European broadband prices abound, but their respective markets are built on such entirely different cost structures as to make any comparison between the two meaningless without accounting for the differences in necessary expenditures.

Let's talk about what's really involved with switching to electric cars. Then we'll close with the product of the week, a laptop from Vaio that showcases just how much you can get for under $700 -- at least for now.


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