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10 Tips to Avoid Leaving Tracks Around the Internet

Some of these suggestions are more aggressive, and make using the web less convenient, but they’ll definitely protect your privacy.

Get Your Digital Accounts Ready In Case of Death

In case of death: how to set up a list of important digital account info for simple and secure information sharing with family members and trusted friends

How I Survived a Week Without My Wallet

It’s possible (though not always painless) to live without a wallet — as long as you have a smartphone.

Why We Upgraded Our Reviews Approach for Apple’s iPhone 11

While tech reviewers last week encouraged people to upgrade to Apple’s newest phones, The New York Times recommended something different: to cherish the phone you have, and upgrade if you must. Here’s why.

Improvising a Laptop Recorder and Chewing Gum at the Same Time

Davey Alba, a Times newcomer who reports on disinformation, has a taste for Ice Breakers and a trick for saving audio from her computer.

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Beef Up Your Digital Security

Here are a few simple things to at least prevent the worst problems and keep most of your private information as safe as possible from hacks or security negligence.

YouTube Is About to Demote a Wide Swath of Its Creators

YouTube is changing whom it will verify and why. Creators say they’re baffled and upset.

Now Tinder Wants You to Have Your First Date on Tinder

A choose-your-own-adventure series is designed to give young Tinder swipers something to talk about.

Smart Lights Enhance Home Security and Shine a Light on Crime

Smart lighting brightens up your home and makes life more convenient. But it’s also an easy and effective way to enhance home security.

There’s a New iPod Touch. Yes, in 2019, and Yes, It’s Worth Looking at.

Sure, there’s a new iPhone, but Apple’s launch of a new iPod Touch earlier this year came with laughter from some. Others see an opportunity.


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