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Facebook is finally offering a tool to delete or archive old posts in bulk — and prevent stalkers, employers and the government from snooping on your past, too.

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Researchers say the constant stream of data from Oura rings, Fitbits and Apple Watches could eventually be used as a coronavirus early-warning system.

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North and South Dakota’s Care19 coronavirus app sends your location data to more than just the government


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Our first and hopefully last pandemic Chatty Awards compares Facebook Rooms, FaceTime, Google Meet, Houseparty, Skype and Zoom — and crowns some surprising winners

In Silicon Valley, where many delivery apps are headquartered, residents are trying to help struggling local businesses by skipping the apps and buying from them directly.

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We answer reader questions about fixing WiFi routers, and share your ideas for battling dead zones and other Internet connection problems

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Despite concerns about gaining the ‘quarantine 15,’ Americans with connected scales made by Withings gained an average .21 pounds in March and April

Parents desperate to catch up on emails, get dinner ready or just take a shower are turning to professional virtual babysitters and paying them to video chat with their kids.

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Our five-step guide will help you speed up your Internet connection and eliminate wireless dead zones while you’re stuck at home

There's a reason ads on TV are starting to look the same and Instagram seems to know exactly what loungewear you should buy. Advertising is trying to hit the right notes during the pandemic.

Customers are running into record wait times for customer service, while companies scramble to deal with employee safety and a shortage of people to answer phones.

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Weeks into social isolation, the rules for ‘screen time’ have changed.

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D.C. gets an 'A' while Wyoming earns an 'F' for following coronavirus stay-at-home advice, based on the locations of tens of millions of phones

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Telemedicine apps, invented for rural patients, have a critical new role during the coronavirus: keeping you and doctors at a safe distance.

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Our tech columnist tests “hermit tech” ahead of the potential great American coronavirus self-quarantine.

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The car is becoming a sentry. A chaperone. And a snitch.

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How to take advantage of America's first broad data privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act — even if you don't live in California.

We’ve got hands on the new Galaxy S20 and expect to also see a new flip phone at Samsung’s Unpacked event on Tuesday.

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Our tech columnist answers reader questions about using Facebook’s new “Off-Facebook Activity” tool, which lets you glimpse how the social media giant tracks you.

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The new ’Off-Facebook Activity' tool, available around the world Tuesday, reminds us we’re living in a reality TV program where we forget the cameras are always on. Here are the privacy settings to change right now.

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