From shopping to travel to connecting other smart devices, Kim Komando shows you the best commands for Alexa. From USA TODAY.
The FBI is warning about a popular anti-virus software linked to Russia's government. Kaspersky Lab products are widely used by businesses and some government offices across the country. Federal officials are concerned the software may be feeding user information to Russian intelligence. Jeff Pegues reports. From CBS This Morning.
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Last year, Yahoo let the world know that they were hacked… twice. It became the largest data breaches in history, affecting over 1.5 billion consumer accounts. In order to safeguard our future, here are 6 tips to avoid being hacked. From Complex Hustle.
It's easy to drown in an inbox. Here's how the best-selling author and serial entrepreneur manages his. From Entrepreneur.
In the digital age, we have access to all the information that we could ever want. But that means there’s also a lot of misinformation out there. How do we know what’s true and what isn’t? That’s what Daniel Levitin attempts to teach readers of his new book, “A Field Guide to Lies.” Jeffrey Brown sits down with Levitin to learn how we can sift through the digital field of information. From the PBS NewsHour.
It's become apparent that anyone — hackers or the government — could be spying on what you're doing online. Take back your privacy with these simple steps. From Tech Insider.
The solar industry says there are more than a million individual solar panel installations nationwide, and the business could nearly double in size by the end of the year. But renewable energy accounted for only about 10 percent of the power we used last year. CBS News science and futurist contributor Michio Kaku joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why it could be a missed opportunity. From CBS This Morning.
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