Samsung’s midrange Galaxy S10 Lite comes to the US
It's got a Snapdragon 855 and a huge 6.7-inch
Sipping from the Coronavirus Domain Firehose
My favorite hidden Alexa trick
What is NBC’s Peacock Streaming Service, and What
Shows Will It Offer?
How to Take a Screenshot or Picture of What's On
Your Computer Screen
How to Connect a Smart TV Webcam
Video chat with your smart TV webcam anywhere you
Grab an Xbox One X and a game for $299
Get the console with Star Wars: Fallen Jedi, Forza
Horizon 4, Gears 5 or NBA 2K20 for the same price as an Xbox One
The mysterious case of the Opera Autoupdate folder
Don’t Panic, but do make this month’s Patch Tuesday
With 113 Patch Tuesday updates this month, there is
a lot to do.
Is Mobile Broadband More Secure than Wi-Fi?
Mobile broadband is a popular internet connection
alternative. As with any connection, it's important to understand
the security ramifications and tradeoffs.
Backup 101: Windows Files and Folders You Should
Always Back Up
Microsoft announces the Windows 10 May 2020 Update,
the next Windows for your PC
If you want to opt in to the Windows Insider
channels, however, you can have it today.
Verizon will buy video conferencing company
- Verizon is buying the video conferencing
platform BlueJeans as workers increasingly rely on web tools to
connect during the coronavirus pandemic, the company announced
- The acquisition comes as many enterprise
tools like Zoom, Slack and Microsoft Teams have seen an uptick in
usage as more American regions have been instructed to stay at
home to tamp down the spread of the virus.
- In an interview with CNBC, Verizon CEO
Hans Vestberg said he sees an opportunity to compete with existing
video conferencing companies in Verizon’s distribution platform
and integration with its 5G network.
Linksys Prompts Password Reset to Prevent Router
Linksys has prompted users to reset passwords after
learning that hackers were leveraging stolen credentials to change
router settings and direct customers to malware.
How to host safer Zoom meetings
How to Zoom safely, even if you’d like the world as
Nurses Suspended for Refusing to Care for COVID-19
Patients Without N95 Mask
Administrators at a California hospital said the
masks weren’t necessary and didn’t provide them to nurses caring
for COVID-19 patients.
New Google Fi customers can use eSIM on latest
How To Group And Organize Windows 10 Desktop Icons
World of Warcraft
Join an epic fantasy world that pretty much spawned
all other fantasy worlds in this action-packed and lore-rich
Apple Is Developing High-End, Modular Headphones:
Report: Stockpile of 39 million masks exposed as
Microsoft Patches 113 Bugs, 3 Under Active Attack
Microsoft has seen a 44% jump in the number of CVEs
fixed between January and April 2020 compared with the same period
Report: PocketBook Is Launching a Color E-Reader
The PocketBook Color is expected to be 6-inch
device using a new E Ink Kaleido display offering 4,096 colors
while retaining all the benefits of black and white e-readers.
Delete this dangerous VPN app with 100 million
Just Bought A Raspberry Pi? 11 Things You Need To
How to Create PDF Forms with Calculations in Adobe
Install the Latest Windows 10 Patch to Block Two
How to Add Text to Photos
It's easy to do with Android, iPhone, Windows, and
Blanket your home in Wi-Fi with Tenda Nova's
affordable mesh router for $78
This whole-home system should cover up to about
3,750 square feet.
Keep track of your computer usage with
Reading between the lines about Microsoft 'pausing
Starting in May, Microsoft won’t be releasing
separate “optional, non-security, C/D Week” patches for Win10.
That much is clear – and welcome. But what about the bugs that
have to be fixed? What happens to testing? Will the new method
really be more stable?
How Do I Change the DNS Used By My Computer?
Sometimes using a DNS service other than that
provided by your ISP makes sense. I'll show you how to make the
The Best Free Windows 10 Repair Tools to Fix Any
How to lower your Internet bill: Just ask
Work with your ISP and negotiate a lower rate. They
just might be willing to help you out.
Nancy Pelosi called Zoom ‘a Chinese entity,’ but
it’s an American company with an American CEO
- U.S. House Speaker told Chris Hayes on
MSNBC on Tuesday that the Zoom video-calling service “is a Chinese
entity that we’ve been told not to even trust the security of.”
- Zoom has surged in popularity in recent
months as people have sought to work and take classes from home to
avoid further spread of coronavirus.
- Some Zoom meetings might have drawn on
data center infrastructure located in China as a result of a
mistake, the company said on April 3.
North Korean Threat Actors Acted as
Hackers-for-Hire, Says U.S. Government
49 crypto-wallet pickpocketing browser extensions
booted from the Chrome web store
Don’t Count on Any Seasonal Variation to End the
While there is some reason to hope that things may
get better as the weather warms up, there is plenty of reason for
the U.S. to keep its guard up.
Here’s how to control the new Battery Health
Management feature in macOS Catalina
How To Browse And Open Folders And Files With
An app that handles your installation and updates
for World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III, Heroes of the
Storm, and Hearthstone
Logitech's New Keyboard Case Brings a Touchpad to
Older iPads for Half the Cost of Apple's
New price drop: Score this ultra-sleek Acer laptop
for just $349
Insecure Home Office Networks Heighten Work-at-Home
Nearly one in two organizations has one or more
devices accessing its corporate network from a home network with
at least one malware infection, BitSight says.
Zoom vs. Microsoft Teams vs. Google Meet: Which Top
Videoconferencing App Is Best?
Video calls have become the norm for consumers and
businesses alike during the pandemic. We've tested all the
services, and here's how three of the top contenders stack up.
Check potential COVID-19 symptoms with these
Is This TINY Gaming PC Worth It? Intel NUC 9
Extreme Review (don't let gaming through you, if you need good
speed and power for non-gaming, gaming machines can be a good
choice, just don't go overboard)
How to Use Zappy, a New Screenshot and Annotation
Tool for Mac
Remotely Troubleshoot a PC With Windows Quick
COVID-19 is Changing Television, Possibly Forever
The inside story of how Live with Kelly and Ryan
puts on a streaming show
Verily will keep Google account requirement for
Google's sibling company also says its COVID-19
screening project is not covered by the HIPAA privacy rule.
Mozilla extends add-ons support in new Firefox for
Pandemic will push Microsoft to repeat 2019's
major-minor Win10 upgrade cadence
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak makes it even more
likely Microsoft will release a minor update for Windows 10 this
Is it OK to Use this Random Wireless Network I Just
When scanning for wireless connections, you may
find several that are unknown, yet appear open and available.
Using them is risky. Very risky.
Mouse Not Working in Windows 10? How to Fix Your
Samsung Galaxy users can now wirelessly transfer
files to and from a Windows 10 PC
You will have to open the Your Phone app on your PC
before dragging files to and from a Samsung device.
Webcam Bitcoin Blackmail Scam Returns
Zoom Rolls Out New Measures as Security Fears Mount
Sony Scaling Back PlayStation 5 Production Over
Price, Not Coronavirus
Coronavirus: Three Misconceptions About How
Wildlife Transmit Diseases Debunked
Zoonotic diseases are caused by pathogens which
originate in other animal species.
Microsoft has just broken Windows 10’s antivirus
protection – apply this fix straight away
Windows Defender gets faulty update
Americans are losing service despite FCC pledge not
"Promises made not to cut off essential
communications service during this time need to be kept," said one
StarCraft II: US Client
Join the online community and start fighting the
epic war between Protoss, Terran and Zerg
Apple Could Be Doing So Much More With Its Budget
Apple's iPhone 12 is expected to bring major
changes like a new design, 5G, and 3D cameras — here's everything
we know about it so far
Apple Is Top Pick for Brand Phishing Attempts
Ten percent of all brand phishing attempts in the
first quarter of 2020 tried to deceive victims by imitating the
Your Old Tech Is Worth Money
Now is a great time to rummage through drawers and
closets to find electronics you're no longer using.
Budgeting tip: An easy way to slash your monthly
How to Access Apple iCloud from Android
The 5 Best Team Communication Apps
How to Protect Your Zoom Account From Recent Data
Signs and Dangers of Laptops Overheating
Learn what causes laptops to get too hot
Facebook donates more than 7,400 Portal video chat
devices to help isolated veterans
Eligible veterans can receive a free Portal while
Nirsoft adds file previews to Chrome Cache Viewer
Microsoft stretches support for SharePoint Server
2010, Windows 10 1809
In its latest moves related to the COVID-19
pandemic, Microsoft is extending support an extra six months for
SharePoint Server 2010 and Windows 10 1809.
Does a Login Page on an Open Wi-Fi Hotspot Mean
it’s a Secure Connection?
If you connect without a password to an open Wi-Fi
hotspot and can see anything at all, it's not a secure connection.
7 Steps to Fix Sound Issues on Windows 10
Best Microphones for Mixer in 2020
Microsoft Delays Windows 10 Security Deadline
Double Extortion: Ransomware's New Normal Combining
Encryption with Data Theft
These Great PS4 Games Are Free To Claim For Anyone
As Part Of Sony's 'Play At Home' Initiative
Those PlayStation 4 owners in China and Germany
will have a different free game to pick up.
How to Turn Off Battery Health Management in macOS
The No-Brainer Fix That Could Reduce Trash and Save
Bank websites, hit by wave of stimulus interest,
experience some outages and slowdowns
U.S. Bank, Chase, SunTrust, BB&T, Capital One, and
Citi all confirmed that their websites experienced interruptions
StarCraft II Patch
A patch meant to fix one or more bugs from within
the game ensuring you have an enjoyable experience
Telemedicine Is Not Enough
How to use recovery mode to fix your Android phone
7 Ways COVID-19 Has Changed Our Online
The pandemic has driven more of our
personal and work lives online - and for the bad guys, business is
booming. Here's how you can protect yourself.
Miss Your Friends? Try These Apps for a
Virtual Party, Trivia Night, or Gossip Session
Feeling the fatigue of weeks and weeks
of quarantine? Download one of these apps and breathe new life
into your socially distant social life.
How to clean clothes, gloves and
coronavirus masks (Hint: Avoid the microwave)
Thinking About Getting an Arduino?
COVID-19 Has United Cybersecurity
Experts, But Will That Unity Survive the Pandemic?
Remotely Troubleshoot a PC With Windows
How to Restore Deleted Files on Any
GOOGLE AND APPLE REVEAL THEIR
CORONAVIRUS CONTACT TRACING PLANS: WE KICK THE TIRES