Microsoft beefs up security for your most important OneDrive files
It's also doubling the base storage limit from 50 GB to 100 GB.
Senate finds US agencies left security holes untouched for a decade
Several of them were using outdated, unpatched software.
FTC crackdown targets operations responsible for one billion robocalls
Under 'Operation Call it Quits,' the FTC has opened 145 cases against illegal callers.
Cubo AI's baby monitor will alert you if your child's face is covered
It also lets you set up "danger zones" around the house.
Minnesota cop receives $585,000 after fellow officers spied on DMV data
There weren't many safeguards on data at the time.
US cyberattack reportedly knocked out Iran missile control systems
The President reportedly signed off on the digital strike.
A Firefox update fixes yet another zero-day vulnerability
This is the second critical bug Mozilla has fixed in the span of a few days.
Cloudflare wants to protect the internet from quantum computing
It’s sharing its open-source library of post-quantum cryptography software.
FEMA's presidential alerts are an easy target for spoofing attacks
Fake alerts could be sent to nearly all cellphones nationwide.