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Windows Phone: Reasons to Love New York

Windows Phone: Reasons to Love New York

Our favorite New Yorkers share their favorite places across the five boroughs. As told to Tara Abell, Rachel Bashein, Joe DeLessio, Dora Fung, Wendy Goodman, Boris Kachka, Amelia Schonbek, Carl Swanson, Nick Tabor, Alexa Tsoulis-Reay, Emma Whitford, Reeves Wiedeman, and Megh Wright Photo-Illustration: Artwork by Dmitry Maximov. Manhattan skyline source photograph by Peter Adams. Photo-Illustration:…
Windows Phone: Our Master List of Holiday Gifts

Windows Phone: Our Master List of Holiday Gifts

From inexpensive stocking stuffers to investment-worthy lifetime-ownership goods, this is the ultimate guide for you — more than 350 gifts organized by price range to make your shopping easier. We think you’ll find something great for every person on your list, but if not, you can find the rest of our holiday buying guides right…
Windows Phone: 350+ Holiday Gifts That Hit the Mark

Windows Phone: 350+ Holiday Gifts That Hit the Mark

From inexpensive stocking stuffers to investment-worthy lifetime-ownership goods, this is the ultimate guide for you — more than 350 gifts organized by price range to make your shopping easier. We think you’ll find something great for every person on your list, but if not, you can find the rest of our holiday buying guides right…
Windows Phone: RAZER Introduces the RAZER Blade Stealth 2019 Models

Windows Phone: RAZER Introduces the RAZER Blade Stealth 2019 Models

The end of the year is rapidly approaching and it’s time for a new RAZER Blade Stealth. This time around RAZER beefed a few things up while still managing to slim it down even more. Previous entries in the Stealth lineup left a bit to be desired when it comes to the graphics portions, but…
Digital Security: Net neutrality could face a powerful foe in Trump’s nominee for attorney general

Digital Security: Net neutrality could face a powerful foe in Trump’s nominee for attorney...

By Frank Bass5 minute ReadCorporations that have spent millions to gut Obama-era net neutrality laws may soon get more influential help to thwart state measures aimed at protecting consumers from having to pay extra for internet “fast lanes.” William P. Barr, nominated today to become the nation’s top law enforcement official in the Trump administration,…
Digital Security: Every other industry has a safety label. Now tech does, too

Digital Security: Every other industry has a safety label. Now tech does, too

in 2016). How are you supposed to know which smart lightbulb you can trust?Enter the Trustable Technology Mark. It’s like being certified organic, but for the Internet of Things. Supported by the Mozilla Foundation, NYU Law, the University of Dundee, and other institutions, the trustmark–a phrase for a logo that signifies a certification of some…
Digital Security: New ransomware demands payment over WeChat Pay in China – CNET

Digital Security: New ransomware demands payment over WeChat Pay in China – CNET

WeChat Pay is an ubiquitous payment method in China. Miguel Candela / SOPA Images/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Ransomware attacks may have dwindled since the destructive days of WannaCry and NotPetya last year, but a new one has struck mobile-centric China and it's asking for ransom through one of the country's most popular methods of…
Digital Security: Why Huawei arrest deepens conflict between US and China – Washington Post

Digital Security: Why Huawei arrest deepens conflict between US and China – Washington Post

By Paul Wiseman and Frank Bajak | AP December 6 WASHINGTON — The dramatic arrest of a Chinese telecommunications executive has driven home why it will be so hard for the Trump administration to resolve its deepening conflict with China. In the short run, the arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer heightened skepticism about the trade truce…
Digital Security: An A.I. cracks the internet’s squiggly letter bot test in 0.5 seconds

Digital Security: An A.I. cracks the internet’s squiggly letter bot test in 0.5 seconds

How do you prove you’re human when it comes to communicating on the internet? It’s a tough question, but for years the answer has been your ability to successfully read a string of distorted characters that are unrecognizable to a machine. Called CAPTCHAs (“Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”), this…
Digital Security: Paris under siege as gilets jaunes open ‘Act IV’ – a fourth weekend of protest

Digital Security: Paris under siege as gilets jaunes open ‘Act IV’ – a fourth...

Even before the sun had risen on Place de la Bastille, the enduring symbol of the revolution, France’s security forces were taking no chances. As members of the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) protest movement enjoyed an early morning coffee in a cafe on the square, police and gendarmes deployed. In the middle of a long…