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Best Smart Locks

Use our list of smart locks to choose the best combination of brains and brawn to protect your home.

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How to find the owner of a lost or stolen iPhone

Returning a lost or stolen iPhone is simpler than you might imagine — if the owner hasn't enabled a passcode lock, anyway. If the iPhone you have found is fully functional, we've got some tricks that can help you get in contact with its owner.

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1 billion — billion! — Yahoo! accounts compromised in latest hack

It's time to get everything out of Yahoo! and set fire to the servers.

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How to secure your Mac when using public Wi-Fi networks

Keep your Mac secure by using a VPN service while you browse the internet on public Wi-Fi.

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Apple comments on iCloud call history sync: What you need to know!

Everything you need to know about call history and the latest sensationalized Apple 'security' non-scandal.

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Touch ID not working for you? Here's how to fix it!

From time to time, you might experience a few issues with Touch ID, but all is not lost! If you're struggling to log in with Touch ID on iOS or the Mac, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem.

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iMessage, metadata, and law enforcement: What you need to know!

iMessage stores metadata about who's being contacted — should that worry you?

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iTunes backup vulnerability: What you need to know!

Researchers claim new iTunes backup hash for iOS 10 iPhones and iPads easier to brute force than previous hash.

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How to set up Apple's 2-factor authentication for Auto Unlock on macOS Sierra

How do you switch from Apple's two-step to two-factor authentication, how do you set it up, and how do you get verification codes? Here's what you need to know!

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Transmission BitTorrent app once again infected with malware

Transmission, the popular Mac BitTorrent client that everyone only ever uses to download totally legit open source files, has once again been hijacked to serve malware.

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