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I tried to buy a sweater on H&M's site, Firefox told me to stop

You think all your favorite retail sites are secure? It appears they might not be.

Wendy's faces lawsuit for unlawfully collecting employee fingerprints

Restaurant chain faces class-action lawsuit in Illinois for breaking BIPA state law.

Apple Watch Series 4 first look review: Thinner body, bigger screen, higher price

Apple's latest wearable improves exactly where customers wanted to see improvements; larger viewable area, longer battery life, and enhanced health and fitness functionality. After a day with the new Apple Watch, it's clearly one of the best smartwatches available today.

Hacker gets a whopping 14 years in prison for running Scan4You service

Ruslan Bondars run a "VirusTotal-for-crooks" operation from 2009 to 2017.

Twitter notifies users about API bug that shared DMs with wrong devs

Twitter said the API bug was active between May 2017 and early September 2018, for nearly 16 months.

iPhone XS Max first impressions: It's big, but not too big

Does the biggest iPhone ever make a good first impression? Let's look.

New Virobot malware works as ransomware, keylogger, and botnet

Virobot will use locally installed Outlook instances to spam other users and spread a copy of itself.

iPhone XS and XS Max reveals some battery surprises

A teardown of Apple's new iPhone XS reveals a battery that's smaller than in last year's iPhone X.

Windows 10 Mobile's last gasp? Wileyfox revives its dead Windows 10 phone

Back by popular demand, apparently, and the Wileyfox Pro now costs around $100, down from $260.

Thousands of WordPress sites backdoored with malicious code

Malicious code redirects users to tech support scams, some of which use new "evil cursor" Chrome bug.

Google to lawmakers: Yep, Gmail data is still open to app developers

Google says third-party developers can access users' Gmail, but it manually vets them first and uses machine learning to monitor apps.

AI: The view from the Chief Data Science Office

It's challenging to get data scientists where you need them. And if you're managing an AI project, better be prepared for handling moving targets. These are some of the results of a survey of chief data scientists and analytics officers that we recently concluded.

?Windows 10 1803 login problems? Microsoft has finally fixed them

Fingerprint sensor busted? PIN not working? System not signing out properly? Your troubles have finally been addressed, just weeks before Microsoft pushes out a new version of Windows 10.

The Death of the Gods, book review: Power in the digital age

Demos researcher Carl Miller details how the internet has brought about profound power shifts that reach into every aspect of our lives.

After riches and jail, Belarusian ex-hacker's life lesson? 'Don't steal from Americans. Ever'

ZDNet talks to a former infamous hacker whose "mostly true" book offers a glimpse into the minds of Eastern Europe's cybercriminals.



 
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