Jenny McGrath

Jenny McGrath

Jenny McGrath is a senior writer at Digital Trends covering the smart home and other tech she finds interesting. Before joining she wrote blogs for a software company and articles about TV for Wetpaint.com. As Digital Trends’ first home editor, she reviewed tons of appliances and smart home gadgets. There's not a room in her house that doesn't have either smart lights, a smart speaker, or some sort of IoT device. In her free time, she likes to read and pretends to solve mysteries.

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Millions of people’s MRIs, X-rays, and CT scans are easily accessible online

Millions of patients' medical images, including x-rays, MRIs, and CT scans, are currently available online. The data is sitting on unprotected servers, leaving them vulnerable and easily searchable.
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The best new podcasts for the week of September 6, 2019: Hit Man and more

Feel like you’re drowning in podcasts? In this weekly series, we’ll help you pick out the best of the new and returning shows. This week, a book about a hit man, tween science, and Chicago tales.
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The best new podcasts

Feel like you’re drowning in podcasts? In this weekly series, we’ll help you pick out the best of the new and returning shows. This week, small-town murder, religion, mental health, and Jeffrey Epstein.
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Why you may have to wait longer to check out an e-book from your local library

Macmillan wants to limit the number of e-books libraries can provide when new titles publish. The American Library Association says this will hurt and frustrate patrons who have to wait for books.
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Best new podcasts for the week of August 31, 2019

Feel like you’re drowning in podcasts? In this weekly series, we’ll help you pick out the best of the new and returning shows. This week, we have wildcat crimes, the 1619 anniversary, American Girl nostalgia, and 20-somethings.
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With period-tracking apps, the fate of your fertility is far from clear

Fertility and period-tracking apps make a lot of promises to their users, but confusing definitions and unclear language can make them more trouble than they’re worth. We talk to experts and the CEO of Clue about the risks.