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  • Don't Rely on the Password Reset
    Don't Rely on the Password Reset
    Think about your keychain. It probably holds the necessities: car keys, home keys, work keys, miscellaneous keychains you bought on your previous vacations. Now, imagine you have a keychain full of these keys that all look the same, but each only...
  • Online Education
    How the Internet has disrupted the education industry
    The Internet was born as a medium to access and share some files over a private network and has since evolved into a smorgasbord of human communication. As it metamorphosed into a medium where virtually everyone and everything is available,...
  • The iPhone and the memory of Steve Jobs
    The death of the iPhone unlocking service provider industry
    When Steve Jobs first ambled onto the stage at MacWord 2007 and announced Apple’s first steps into the Smart Phone market, he changed the world. It was more than just a change of how people communicated, played games, accessed the Internet,...
  • Managing Your Online Reputation
    Managing Your Online Reputations
    You’ve been “Googled.” No matter how small a speck you think you are in this universe, you have without a doubt created an online footprint that is attached to your name. Chances are high that someone out there has followed this...
  • The New Roku 2
    The New Roku 2 Review: Superior Performance and Extraordinary HD Video Quality
    Despite missing what some consumers may consider as key components from the earlier version, the new Roku 2 is a vast improvement over its predecessor. But if superior performance is a buying factor, this mid-priced streaming player offsets what...
  • Reports say Russians hacked IRS Identities
    Reports say Russians hacked IRS Identities
    CNN recently reported that the data breach of the IRS, which occurred between this past February and May, originated from Russia. The crooks were able to steal tax returns from over 100,000 people. The thieves filed a total of $50 million in tax...
  • K'neisha - Next Time
    K'neisha - Next Time
    Keneisha Fairley is from a small town called Lumberton, Mississippi. Born on March 14, 1984 she is the youngest of 3 sisters. As a baby Keneisha would play and sing on her toy piano. Recognizing her potential, Keneisha's parents enrolled her...
  • Yallo brings phone technology to the 21st century
    Yallo brings phone technology to the 21st century
    Years ago (many year ago), there was a software program that would redirect your landline call and process it in an endless number of ways. It was called Phlink, by Ovolab. All one needed to do is connect their phone to the computer and they had a...
  • Time to tighten up Google Privacy Settings
    Time to tighten up Google Privacy Settings
    There is good news for the tech-unsavvy out there: Google has made their privacy settings easier to work with. This day has not come a moment too soon. “My Account” is Google’s new dashboard.When you use any Google account, the...
  • 7 free sites for anyone looking to continue their education
    7 free sites for anyone looking to continue their education
    In everyday life finding time and funds to go to a brick-and-mortar school. Finding a good on-line alternative isn't always easy to find and can be time consuming. You surfing the Web to find courses can be a daunting that eats up precious...
  • The virus replaces browsing defaults with landing page of its own
    Cybercriminals lay their hands on browser preferences
    Web surfing is fun as long as no one but the user makes decisions regarding the way browsers are configured. The two principal components designed to materialize this customization are add-ons and preferences, the former enabling great new...
  • The evolution of mobile advertising
    The evolution of mobile advertising
    Smartphones have been around for less than a decade, and already they are drastically changing the landscape of advertising. Advertisers were once reluctant to even use banner ads because of concerns about using up a user’s data, but now...
  • Social Media Scams on the rise
    Social Media Scams on the rise
    Social media is a conduit for thieves to get personal data (they can use it, for instance, to open up a credit line in the victim’s name). Though many people are concerned their personal information will get in the wrong hands, the funny...
  • How to Recognize a Phishing Scam
    How to Recognize a Phishing Scam
    So someone comes up to you in a restaurant—a complete stranger—and asks to look at your driver’s license. What do you do? Show it to that person? You’d have to be one loony tune to do that.However, this same blindness to...
  • Wikimania 2015 in Mexico City
    5 Travel Tips for Wikipedians Going to Mexico City
    The excitement is in the air. A veritable fiesta of sun-starved Wikipedia nerds and nerdettes will descend on Mexico City today (from July 15-19, 2015) to participate in their biggest annual wiki-conference: Wikimania. While salmon return each...
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