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Two apps you need for the Tokyo Olympics

Tokyo is ready for the Olympics. Are you? These two apps can make your holiday feel as easy as a triple axel looks. Japan’s Tourism...

Why you shouldn’t share your phone number

As a person with a pulse in the digital era, you’ve used two-factor identification on social media

It’s a match! How to stay safe in a connected world

Travelling solo? Find a friend -or more- with your phone

Phone battery myths and tips

Like us, your lithium-ion battery is dying. Follow these tips to keep it going longer.

Digital Security for Freelancers and the rest of us

Staying safe with your devices doesn’t have to be complicated.

Passports | Facial recognition

Passports: Is facial recognition the future?

TripLingo: Fixer in your pocket

TripLingo: best travel app ever? battleface blogger Sarah Gayer explores how a little technology can make the travel experience more human. Who's His and Hers? I...

How to stop email tracking

269 billion emails get sent and received every day. Nearly 40% of them are tracked. Here’s why email tracking is scary, and how to stop...

Emoji in social media

Where do I need to be careful about emoji in social media? Lots of places. That friendly wave, peace sign or heavy metal symbol can...

Doxxing | How to protect your identity online

What is doxxing? It’s become the weapon of choice for everyone from internet trolls to anti-fascists, but what is doxxing and how can you protect...

BlueBorne the Bluetooth Bug

BlueBorne is a bug targeting Bluetooth users. Out of 8.2 billion Bluetooth devices, 5.3 billion are vulnerable to attack. Needless to say, Google freaked. BlueBorne sneaks...

Internet Info Heist Part Two | Fight back!

In October 2016, the US Federal Communications Commission passed privacy rules banning sales of customer browser histories to advertisers. The measure was meant to...