• Siri Can Instruct PayPal to Empty Your Bank Account

    Siri Can Instruct PayPal to Empty Your Bank Account

    As Engadget explains, PayPal requires you to link Siri to your account and share your Contacts list.After that, saying "Hey Siri, send Bob $30 using PayPal" will be recognized as a valid command and Siri will bring up a confirmation screen showing the payment details.
  • Twitter Purges Alt-Right Accounts

    Twitter Purges Alt-Right Accounts

    In a video titled Knight of Long Knives (a reference to the 1934 mass murder of Nazi leaders by Adolf Hitler), Spencer calls Twitter's move "corporate Stalinism.But the company told USA Today that "Twitter Rules prohibit targeted abuse and harassment, and we will suspend accounts that violate this policy.
  • Resell Your Google Pixel, Get Locked Out of Your Account?

    Resell Your Google Pixel, Get Locked Out of Your Account?

    It might be easy work, but if you care at all about being able to access your Google Account, we'd advise against it.Word has it that Google has disabled the accounts of more than 200 people for reselling Pixels.
  • Report: Typo Led to Podesta Email Hack

    Report: Typo Led to Podesta Email Hack

    The hack of Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta's Gmail account—which introduced us to his risotto recipe, among other things—was reportedly triggered by a typo.After breaching the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Russian cybercriminals turned their attention to other major party players—including Podesta.
  • The Best Mobile Finance Apps of 2017

    The Best Mobile Finance Apps of 2017

    In every list of the best Android apps and the best iPhone apps, you'll always find a few personal finance apps.Specialty Finance AppsAs much as we love Mint, it's not the only personal finance app in the app stores.
  • Report: Trump Surrenders Smartphone for More Secure Device

    Report: Trump Surrenders Smartphone for More Secure Device

    An early morning tweet on Friday was the last from President Trump's Twitter account sent by an Android device.And while Trump is certainly busy with the duties that come with the first day in the White House, reports suggest another reason for his Twitter silence: Trump has given up his smartphone.
  • Microsoft Gets Rid of Passwords With Phone Sign-In

    Microsoft Gets Rid of Passwords With Phone Sign-In

    Redmond has a new way to sign into your Microsoft accounts with just your phone—no password necessary.To try it out, add your account details to the Microsoft Authenticator app for iOS and Android, then enter your Microsoft username.
  • 9 easy things you can do to stay safe on your Android phone

    9 easy things you can do to stay safe on your Android phone

    In some cases, you may even be able to recover your lost Android smartphone.The first step to securing your Android phone is setting up a screen lock.