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Dashlane Lets You Change 70 Passwords At Once

Dashlane's Password Changer feature lets you change more than 70 passwords in minutes, and will eventually let passwords change themselves.

Destiny: The Dark Below - Everything You Need to Know

Here's what you need to know about Destiny: The Dark Below, which adds new maps, missions and gear to Bungie's popular shooter.

The YotaPhone 2: What You Need to Know

The YotaPhone 2 is an expensive yet intriguing smartphone that touts days of battery with its second e-ink display - but should you buy it?

Gunner Kicks Off Samsung Gear VR Gaming

Every gaming platform needs a launch title, and for Samsung's upcoming Gear VR headset, that title will be Gunner.

Limited Edition PS4 Marks PlayStation's 20th Birthday

In honor of PlayStation's 20th anniversary, Sony has unveiled a limited edition gray PS4 package.

Cheap Android Tablets Have Cut-Rate Security

That $50 Android tablet may not be worth it: Cheap Android devices are often rife with security problems, researchers say.

Amazon Cyber Monday 2014: Here Are the Best Deals

Here are the best Cyber Monday (online) deals we can find on Amazon on Dec. 1, 2014. You'll get free shipping with orders of $35 or more.

What's Different Between Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick?

The Amazon Fire TV is not a single product: You can buy it in either box or stick form. Learn which one is right for you or your loved ones.

CuBox is a Tiny XBMC Set-Top Box in a 2-inch Cube

The CuBox TV uses the Kodi and XBMC platforms to give hardcore technophiles a streaming device they can customize to their hearts' content.

Best Nintendo 3DS Games of 2014: Updated for the Holidays

From new hits to old standbys, here are 10 great games for the Nintendo 3DS or 2DS that you can pick up right now.

Samsung's Eyecan+ is an Eye Controlled Mouse

Samsung's latest Eyecan Plus makes controlling a computer easier for those unable to use their limbs.

Why Do People Buy Broken, Buggy Games?

Gamers who get up in arms about buggy launches are not representative of the overall market, and publishers know it.

Google Contributor Lets You Pay for Ad-Free Websites

Google is betting you'll pay a few dollars a month to replace those annoying ads on your most visited websites with thank you notes.

Notorious Trojan Now Targets Password Managers

A newly discovered variant of the Citadel Trojan can steal master passwords from password managers such as KeePass and Password Safe.

Apple to Bundle Beats Music with iOS (Report)

New iPhones and iPads could come preloaded with the reborn Beats Music service as early as next year.

How to Teach Your Kids to Be Safe Online

How do you teach online security to kids, and what should they know at different ages? Here are some tips.

WhatsApp Boosts Privacy with Stronger Encryption

WhatsApp? Encryption, that's what! Messaging app WhatsApp now has end-to-end encryption, thanks to a partnership with Whisper Systems.

BadUSB Security Flaw Could Affect Any Thumb Drive

The BadUSB situation just got worse: Almost any thumb drive on the market may be vulnerable to the hard-to-patch flaw.

Expired Antivirus Protection Just as Bad as None

Make sure your PC's antivirus software is up to date. Expired antivirus software is nearly as bad as none at all, Microsoft finds.

Nokia's N1 Tablet Runs Android 5.0, Looks Like iPad mini

The Nokia N1 looks like Apple's smallest tablet, but it features Android 5.0 Lollipop and special Z Launcher software for a lower price.

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