Yes, you have many options for protecting your privacy on the Internet. But are these measures worth the time and sacrifice required? That's up to you.
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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, aka sjvn, has been writing about technology and the business of technology since CP/M-80 was the cutting edge PC operating system. SJVN covers networking, Linux, open source, and operating systems.
Comcast is encouraging its Xfinity Internet customers to share their Wi-Fi with other Comcast customers with its "Neighborhood Hotspot" initiative
For reasons beyond my comprehension, Google's latest Android Gmail app defaults to archiving messages instead of deleting them. Fortunately, it's easy to fix.
Most people believe that SSL is the gold-standard of Internet security. It is good, but SSL communications can be intercepted and broken. Here's how.
Why can't you use gesture recognition, ala Iron Man and Minority Report, to interact with your computers? The technology, WiSee, might be in your office or home sooner than you think.
The programmers spoke, and Google listened. Google is reopening the CalDAV API and opening up their CardDAV API at the same time.
Today, the internet is everywhere, and we're still getting our minds around what that really means for our personal lives and our businesses.
Can the open-source, Linux-based Firefox mobile operating system become a mobile-space player? The question is far from answered but Mozilla has a new supporter: major electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn.
A new networking industry consortium, HomeGrid Forum, has been formed to unify efforts behind the G.hn wireline/powerline network standard while continuing support for the older HomePNA technology.
Having trouble sorting your Gmail e-mail? Google is introducing a new, automatic way of organizing your mail.