Tag: Technology


Keep Your Device Safe by Mastering App Permissions

January 6, 2019

Via: James Hughes

With the cyber threats faced by mobile phone users uprising at an alarming rate, app permissions became a crucial step in securing our devices. Kaspersky Lab detected almost 6 million malicious installation packages and more than 94.000 mobile banking Trojans. Mobile […]

News and Press

YouTube to double pre-roll ads, so there’s less interruption later

November 22, 2018

Via: Mashable

It’s a familiar bugbear. There you are, watching a nice, long YouTube video, when an ad — usually with a stock soundtrack of a jangly ukulele and a glockenspiel — annoyingly rams itself somewhere midway. YouTube has a TV-inspired solution […]


Google’s AI smarts are available for everyone

May 21, 2018

Via: Natalie Dunn

For most people, Artificial Intelligence sounds like some far-off science fiction concept, but it’s actually behind a lot of things we encounter in our daily lives. For the past several years, Google has pursued research that reflects its commitment to […]


Over Half of Android Apps Infringe on Upcoming European Privacy Regulations

May 4, 2018

Via: Natalie Dunn

Privacy is on everyone’s minds It seems like privacy is an increasingly pressing issue for consumers, businesses, and now governments are following suit. New European privacy regulations and Google Play privacy policies are going into effect this spring, and according […]


Pros and Cons: Wearables in the Workplace

March 2, 2018

Via: Natalie Dunn

While they’re not as big as cellphones yet, wearables devices are steadily establishing their place on the market. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, 125.5 million wearable devices will be shipped in 2017, 20.4% […]

News and Press

Bluetooth vulnerability could potentially affect billions of devices

October 2, 2017

Via: Tech Radar

A new vulnerability has been discovered that could allow an attacker to take control of a device using Bluetooth. As long as the victim has bluetooth activated and the attacker is within 32 feet, that is all that’s necessary to […]

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Google Pixel 2 event officially happening October 4th

September 29, 2017

Via: Phone Dog

Looks like it’s official: Google’s got new phones coming next month. Google today posted a video teaser called “Funny you should ask…” which shows someone typing questions about their smartphone into Google search. The questions include “What’s wrong with my […]

iPhone, Products

Apple iPhone 8 Review

September 25, 2017

Via: Phone Arena

For the better part of the last decade, smartphone lovers everywhere have been doing the iPhone shuffle. It’s a simple maneuver, played out on a dance floor that stretches through the years. Big step, little step, big step, little step. […]

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Apple upgrades Safari for older versions of macOS

September 21, 2017

Via: Computerworld

Apple upgraded the macOS Safari browser to version 11 this week, adding a feature that has drawn the ire of the online advertising industry. Safari 11 can be downloaded to Macs running 2016’s Sierra or 2015’s El Capitan from the […]

Operating System, Windows

How Windows 10 S is different from the Windows 10 you know

September 21, 2017

Via: Computerworld

The sleek new Surface Laptop comes with it, and so do $300 two-in-one tablet PCs for education. But exactly what is Windows 10 S, and how is it different from other versions of Windows 10? The “S” in Windows 10 […]