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Monthly archive August, 2018

Teen Pleads Guilty In Apple Hacking Case

Teen Pleads Guilty In Apple Hacking Case
Kids these days, right? A little juvenile mischief used to involve shoplifting a pack of gum or spray painting your... Read More →

Computer Programmers Get New Tech Ethics Code 

Computer Programmers Get New Tech Ethics Code 
New guidelines issued by the Association for Computing Machinery are the first significant upgrade since 1992. The... Read More →

Is This The Best Video Editing Software for Windows?

Is This The Best Video Editing Software for Windows?
There's a video editor to suit everyone at FileHippo. Following on from our recent article about Great Video Editing... Read More →

Tech Support Scammers Use Optimization Tools

Tech Support Scammers Use Optimization Tools
New report by Symantec shows tech support scammers have been using call optimization software. When you run a business... Read More →

‘Foreshadow’: Yet Another Security Flaw Found In Intel Chips 

‘Foreshadow’: Yet Another Security Flaw Found In Intel Chips 
A new security flaw in Intel processors has been discovered by researchers that could allow hackers to steal... Read More →

AVG Secure VPN Review: Simple And Effective VPN That Does The Job 

AVG Secure VPN Review: Simple And Effective VPN That Does The Job 
We take a deeper look at one of our best VPNs of 2018. Anyone who has used some sort of antivirus or Internet Security... Read More →
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Essential Tech For Back To School

Essential Tech For Back To School
Whether you're starting college or returning for another year, here's our top 5 tech must-haves for the new academic... Read More →

Google Wages Internal War Over China Censorship Project

Google Wages Internal War Over China Censorship Project
Google prepares for return to China by building a censored search engine, much to some employees' outrage. Google has... Read More →

Pentagon Bans Military Personnel From Using GPS Tracking Apps 

Pentagon Bans Military Personnel From Using GPS Tracking Apps 
The US Department of Defense has issued new orders to all of its branches that immediately begins restricting... Read More →

How To Improve Your Cyber Security In 5 Simple Steps

How To Improve Your Cyber Security In 5 Simple Steps
Using a quality antivirus, strong passwords, and a VPN for internet connections, with regular software updates and data... Read More →

Tech Companies Fighting Conspiracy Theorists

Tech Companies Fighting Conspiracy Theorists
Alex Jones, highly vocal founder and ringmaster of conspiracy theory "journalism" site Infowars, has taken to the... Read More →

Can Artificial Intelligence Predict Your Personality?

Can Artificial Intelligence Predict Your Personality?
A new study investigates the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to identify personality types based on tracking eye... Read More →
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Surf Freely, Anonymously And Securely With Avira Phantom VPN

Surf Freely, Anonymously And Securely With Avira Phantom VPN
You need a VPN, and Avira’s here to help. This might be going out on the proverbial limb, but if you’re not using... Read More →

Amazon Removes Nazi-Themed Paraphernalia From Website 

Amazon Removes Nazi-Themed Paraphernalia From Website 
Global e-commerce giant Amazon has begun the process of removing items that contain or have an association with Nazi... Read More →

Reddit Breach Exposes Logins, Public And Private Posts

Reddit Breach Exposes Logins, Public And Private Posts
If you receive an emailed daily digest of content from Reddit, you might want to head over and take a peek in your... Read More →

Why Regular Software Updates Are So Important

Why Regular Software Updates Are So Important
To increase your system's stability, fix performance problems, and improve security, an automated and regular software... Read More →

Another Amazon S3 Exposure Compromised Voter Records

Another Amazon S3 Exposure Compromised Voter Records
This isn't a good time to be accused of tampering with voters' personal information, but that hasn't stopped yet... Read More →

Burglar Breaks In, Wakes Family To Ask For Wifi Password

Burglar Breaks In, Wakes Family To Ask For Wifi Password
Before the invention of the smartphone or the internet, a story such as this one would make the "news of the weird"... Read More →