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The global coronavirus pandemic made one thing abundantly clear: there is a great digital divide in the United States where millions of Americans still have no access to high-speed internet service.

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Private companies, government agencies, local police departments, hospitals, and universities are being targeted by hackers using something called ransomware.

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If you updated an iPhone recently, you've probably seen this pop-up message a few times. It's a new requirement for apps that track users, to ask for permission before doing so.

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It should come as no surprise that meditation and mindfulness apps were downloaded more than any category in 2020. People looking to cope with the pandemic, protests, and presidential election downloaded mental health apps just to relax, unwi…

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Millions of people will qualify for a new program from the FCC that will pay a portion of internet bills, as well as offer a substantial discount on a computer or laptop.

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I don't envy this year's graduating class. It's rarely easy, simple or quick to land that first job out of college but this year and the last are historically tough.

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In its efforts to cut down on the number of robocalls going out, the FCC announced Tuesday a new plan that puts the responsibility onto cellular providers.

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Apple's new iPhone operating system is almost here. iOS 14.5 was expected in March by many people (myself included) and then in early April. When that didn't happen, I expected to hear an update and roundup of the new features at Apple's pres…

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Earth Day is later this week, and you may be trying to think of ways to help save the planet. There's at least one thing you may not have considered.

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As he talked and I listened through the headphones, the noise of other voices and ambient sounds disappeared and his voice was the only thing coming through the headphones.