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A virus from the measles family is spreading because of melting ice. It kills seals and otters by the thousands.
Phocine distemper virus has killed thousands of Atlantic seals. New ocean water passageways likely allowed the virus to spread to the Pacific.
From Nicki Minaj to Anna Kendrick, these are the celebrities who are the most dangerous to search for online
The No. 1 spot for 2019 belongs to actress Alexis Bledel, the former star of "Gilmore Girls" star and Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale."
‘Can a Samsung Galaxy S10 get viruses?’: Here’s what you need to know, and how to troubleshoot an infected device
Your Samsung Galaxy S10 can get viruses, but there are simple ways to prevent malware infection and troubleshoot an infected device.
A deadly fungal infection called candida auris is spreading across the globe, and no one knows how to stop it
Candida auris mostly affects people who are in the hospital or have severe illnesses. Drugs can't stop it from killing them.
How to get rid of a virus on an infected Mac computer, and protect your Mac from getting infected again
There are several steps you can take to get rid of a virus on an infected Mac computer. Here's a guide with methods and advice for every Mac user.
Samsung revealed that it’s possible for your smart TV to get a virus, just like a computer. Here’s how to make sure your TV isn’t in...
Samsung recently shared how to do a virus scan on your smart TV, and it's incredibly simple to make sure your TV is safe.
The World Health Organization said it is deeply disappointed "the affected countries have not received the funding and resources needed for this outbreak."
A laptop infected with 6 of the most dangerous computer viruses in history was sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for $1.345 million — here...
Whoever the buyer is, they have an eye for computer viruses. The malware running on the laptop is responsible for $95 billion in financial damage.
It's rare, but not impossible, for iPads to get viruses. Here's how you can defend your iPad from any virus or malware.
The everyday risk of viruses on the iPhone is virtually zero, but there are still some simple precautions you can take to protect yourself.