Tech Q&A: Smart data plans, deflecting spammers, resume makeovers and more

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File photo: In this Sept. 16, 2016 photo, a customer compares a jet black iPhone 7, right, with her iPhone 6 at the Apple Store in Chicago.


How to stop your devices from listening to (and saving) everything you say

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File photo: This product image provided by Amazon shows the Amazon Echo. Yes, voice technology is amazing. You can ask your phone a question. You can talk to your speaker system and book an Uber. With the right setup, your voice can lock the doors, dim the lights and change the thermostat.


Facebook cryptocurrency, life-saving smartphones and more: Tech Q&A

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This April 25, 2019, photo shows the thumbs up Like logo on a sign at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Q: Please help me solve a debate. I say my smart TV can get bit by malware and viruses. My buddy says I am a dope. A six-pack is riding on your answer!


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Q: Is there a way to know if someone has actually read my text messages? I send them, and people don't always reply. So maybe they are just not getting my texts. A: If you use Facebook Messenger (and similar services), you have probably grown accustomed to knowing when your message has been read and when people are actively writing you back. But many people don't like their friends and colleagues to know when their texts have been read because it feels like an invasion of privacy.


4 clever ways to prevent spying and 1 way to spy

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Cyber-security is much like driving a car: one accident can change everything, sending ripples of misfortune through every aspect of your life. Protecting your devices may seem excessive, even silly. Do you really need two-factor identification? Aren't all those complicated passwords just a little annoying? Then someone drains your bank account.