The best weekend deals: Switch Pro Controller, Fitbits, Roombas, and more

The best weekend deals: Switch Pro Controller, Fitbits, Roombas, and more

Another weekend, another roundup of the web’s best tech deals from the Dealmaster. Our latest collection of discounts includes a $15 discount for Nintendo’s Switch Pro Controller, bring it down to $55 at Amazon. While it’s not the lowest all-time price we’ve tracked, it’s the best we’ve seen this calendar year. The controller itself remains … [Read more…]

Apple’s WWDC 2022 event: Here’s what to expect

Apple's WWDC 2022 event: Here's what to expect

Apples (AAPL) WWDC’s Developer Conference, arguably its biggest event of the year, kicks off next Monday and is expected to bring a host of changes to the software that powers each of the tech giant’s devices. We’re talking updates to iOS, iPadOS, Apple’s watchOS, and possibly the debut of the company’s long-running reality operating system … [Read more…]

De-anonymization is the biggest privacy threat no one talks about

De-anonymization is the biggest privacy threat no one talks about

ivan_kislitsin/Shutterstock.com Are you really anonymous on the internet? Despite your best efforts, the ubiquitous artificial intelligence and surveillance systems around you could reveal your identity and activities to anyone with access to this “anonymized” data in a practice known as “de-anonymization.” Your data is valuable Most of the services you enjoy but don’t pay for … [Read more…]

An actively exploited Microsoft 0-day flaw still has no patch

An actively exploited Microsoft 0-day flaw still has no patch

mturhanlar | Getty Images Researchers warned last weekend that a flaw in Microsoft’s Support Diagnostic Tool could be exploited using malicious Word documents to take control of target devices remotely. Microsoft published guidance Monday, including temporary defensive measures. On Tuesday, the United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency had warned that “a remote, unauthenticated attacker … [Read more…]