Sure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
On the issue of red-light cameras, the Florida House seems to have found its happy medium.
Instagram said today that it has the perpetual right to sell users’ photographs without payment or notification, a dramatic policy shift that quickly sparked a public outcry.
Facebook is trying to make its privacy controls easier to find and understand in an effort to turn the world’s largest social network in to a more discreet place.
It’s possible information about you, where you’re going and places you stop, is being recorded and saved in secret national databases.
It’s the ultimate fantasy for couch potatoes: being paid to watch TV. That’s what Viggle does in the form of reward points and gift cards.
What’s the one electronic device you have with you everywhere you go? Probably it’s your smart phone. Cell phone companies know you can’t leave home without your phone and based on what you do with that phone… they know a whole lot more about you than you may realize.
We have a warning for anyone who ever uses a public computer at places such as a hotel, coffee shop or library. Criminals have found ways to swipe all your personal information from these unsecured, public computers.
The CBS hit drama “Person of Interest” certainly has the interest of those who love suspense based on cutting edge technology. But how much of it is real? CBS4 Investigates decided to track those who can track you and discovered that these days fiction isn’t that far from reality.
Just as Apple breaks a record by selling four million iPhone 4S devices in a weekend, there’s news of a security flaw.