Win10 May 2020 Update Delayed For Some
How expired domain names can redirect you to
Pages for inactive domain names can be exploited by
cybercriminals to take you to malicious sites, says Kaspersky.
Ready or not, we’re on our way to the Windows
The pandemic has given the latest version of
Microsoft’s desktop-as-a-service offering unstoppable momentum.
HOW TO SEE WHAT’S TAKING UP SPACE ON A HARD DRIVE
ON WINDOWS 10
Windows 10 includes a tool to quickly analyze and
find out how the hard drive space is being used to help understand
where to begin deleting files to free up space.
Microsoft warns of Office 365 phishing via
malicious OAuth apps
Do these three things to keep stalkerware at bay
Use of this unethical tracking software has surged
during lockdown, but here’s how you can protect yourself
Adios, Wraith? Why AMD's XT chips signal doom for a
key Ryzen selling point
Setting prices and expectations
What Information Should I Provide When Asking for
When you ask someone for help, stack the deck in
your favor by painting a clear picture of the problem you're
14 Ways to Make Windows 10 Faster and Improve
Facebook code change caused outage for Spotify,
Pinterest and Waze apps
How to Enable or Disable Media Autoplay in
Microsoft Edge Chromium
How to test password strength using these free
Keep your passwords safe and secure
Facebook removes disinformation networks tied to
Roger Stone and Jair Bolsonaro
The two operations were entirely distinct, but both
used fake accounts to push hyper-partisan, conservative political
news stories to domestic audiences.
Facebook Accused of Empowering Extremists
Tech's Role in the Future of Health and Public
Apple Is Developing Its Own Graphics Cards- Report
Don’t keep your Mac laptop charged to 100 percent
all the time. Here’s why
Lithium-ion batteries don’t age well.
Uninterruptible power supply buyers guide
A surge protector will save your equipment; a UPS
will do that and save your work, too—or let your save your game
after a blackout.
5 hidden iPhone features in iOS 14 that’ll blow you
- Apple’s iOS 14 beta is packed full of new iPhone features — in
fact, there are hundreds of new features in iOS 14 and you can
read about them all right
- While iOS 14 is indeed a
huge upgrade, there are a few features such as widgets and Apple’s
new Compact UI that are getting most of the attention right now.
- Here, we’ll cover 5
lesser-known new iPhone features you’re going to love that are
hiding in iOS 14.
now offer reservations to shop with a Specialist
Alexa App Goes 'Hands-Free' on Android, iOS
It's now possible to use the Alexa mobile app on
your device without having to press the blue button, but there are
a couple of caveats that limit its usefulness.
Microsoft is killing a feature users have relied on
Joker billing fraud malware eluded Google Play
security to infect Android devices
A new variant targeted Android users to subscribe
them to premium services without their consent, according to Check
13 ways to speed up Windows 10
If you want to optimize Windows 10, take a few
minutes to try out these tips to speed up your PC and make it less
prone to performance and system issues.
How to uninstall Microsoft Edge Chromium on Windows
If Windows Update installed Microsoft Edge
automatically, and the option to uninstall is grayed out, you can
remove the browser with these steps:
Microsoft testing new Windows 10 KDP anti-malware
Banking Trojan Cerberus Made it onto the Google
Cool it! We talk laptop thermals with an expert
We speak with Dell's Travis North about all things
laptop cooling from heat pipes to vapor chambers, high
temperatures and more.
How To Reduce Your Frustration with Technology
Believe it or not, there's one change you can make
that can dramatically impact how well your technology works for
Ultimate Windows PC Mastery: 70+ Tips, Tricks, and
Tutorials for Everyone
You may know your way around a Windows PC, but
there are tons of tips, tricks, and tutorials you should be using
that can make your life way easier and more productive!
New report outlines potential roadmap for Apple’s
How to Specify Scheduled Scan Type for Microsoft
Defender Antivirus in Windows 10
How to use Google Assistant: make your Google Home
speaker work for you
What is Google Assistant? And what's the best way
to use it?
Thousands of contracts highlight quiet ties between
Big Tech and U.S. military
The report offers a new window into the
relationship between tech companies and the U.S. government, as
well as an important detail about why such contracts are often
difficult to find.
Windows 10: MS Rethinks Control Panel, ALT + TAB
John McAfee Emerges With Private Cell Phone Data
Power Pioneer Invents New Battery That’s 90%
Cheaper Than Lithium-Ion
How to check your iCloud media to see if it remains
It’s possible to change settings on an iPhone,
iPad, or Mac so that it can’t download all images, but they’re
still secure in iCloud.
Revealed: How home router manufacturers dropped the
ball on security
The Fraunhofer Institute discovered an average of
53 critical vulnerabilities in each of the 127 routers it
examined. No device was entirely protected.
Apple’s latest iPhone software has a bug that’s
driving people crazy
Leaker suggests iPhone 12 Pro models will have 6GB
Microsoft Teams Update, New Smart Display Aim to
Make Virtual Interactions More 'Human'
The pandemic has changed work and school for the
long term, and Microsoft has responded with a slew of updates for
its Teams collaboration tool, plus a new class of smart speaker.
Beware of these robocalls trying to rip you off
Why people forget their email passwords the most
Many users save their email password and so don't
remember it if they have to enter or reset it, says NordPass.
The coronavirus will change Windows forever
And that’s partly because it’s making it easier for
Microsoft to head in a direction it was already taking.
MICROSOFT TEAMS GETS TOGETHER MODE AND SLEW OF
Microsoft Teams is getting a bunch of new features,
including Together mode to make meeting less tiring, and the
company announced a new Teams hardware display.
Apple: Closing MacBooks with camera covers leads to
The Authentication Puzzle
Producing a secure authentication process that
keeps users happy is easier said than done, but it's necessary in
order to keep them safe online.
Is it OK for a laptop to run at 100 degrees? | Ask
a PC expert - Part 2
Never Attribute to Malice…
Malicious intent is a common knee-jerk reaction to
technological trials and tribulations. Unfortunately, it's usually
the wrong assumption to make.
External Drive Not Showing Up or Recognized? 5
Potential Fixes to Try
California reportedly launches antitrust
investigation into Google
How to Add or Remove Dropbox Context Menu in
Check your router now - it could be a huge Linux
Your router might be the biggest security hole in
'Weaponized' Facebook fails to protect civil
rights, audit says
Facebook hired the audit’s leader, former American
Civil Liberties Union executive Laura Murphy, in May 2018 to
assess its performance on vital social issues.
Laptop Security 101 (and 102)
The convenience and portability that laptop
computers offer has made it imperative for users to take steps to
secure their laptops, and the sensitive data often stored on them.
There are several simple things that you can do to keep your
laptop safe. Read on to learn how to protect your laptop from
theft, snooping and data loss...
DHS Brings Web App to Coronavirus Fight
Slack, Microsoft, Zoom are upping the ante in
virtual meeting wars
Got a GoPro Hero 8? Use it as a webcam for your Mac
Ditch that FaceTime camera.
Cambridge Audio CXN (v2) network audio streamer
review: This is a sweet-sounding, high-tech musical powerhouse
Support for every audio-streaming protocol and
service you can think of, prodigious connectivity options,
upgradeable firmware, and sweet sound make for a best-in-class
Apple is working on a foldable iPhone – here’s
- A new patent for a foldable iPhone
highlights a unique design that would allow users to glance at
notifications without having to unfold the device.
- It’s unclear if Apple will ever release a
foldable iPhone, but Samsung’s foldable smartphone lineup proves
that there is a market for it.
Gartner: Mac shipments increase 5.1% in Q2 2020
with global PC market growth
Supreme Court Overrules Law Allowing
The decision strikes down an Obama-era amendment
allowing autodials by debt collectors.
Is a scammer collecting unemployment in your name?
Here’s how to tell
Credit card skimmers target e-commerce websites
running Microsoft IIS and ASP.NET
Attackers are looking for credit card numbers on
Microsoft IIS servers running an older and vulnerable version of
ASP.NET, says Malwarebytes.
Google Voice deserves your attention (again)
A once-abandoned Google service is finding new life
— and deserves a second look.
What’s the difference between 5400 and 7200 RPM
If you're trying to decide between a 5400 RPM and a
7200 RPM hard drive, in this guide, we'll see the difference
between the two and when you should get each one.
Microsoft will not support PHP 8.0 for Windows in
The anatomy of a phish
Understanding different types of phishing attacks
and the different triggers cybercriminals use to trick users into
falling for it.
Heat pipes vs thermal chambers in laptops, which is
better? | Ask a PC expert - Part 3
Stop Spreading Manure
Spreading and believing manure -- lies, falsehoods,
and misleading implications -- makes you look bad and makes the
internet a dumber place.
The Best Free Windows 10 Repair Tools to Fix Any
Amazon will pay $135,000 to settle alleged US
How to Change Maximum Processor Frequency in
How to choose the best antivirus for you
Get the perfect antivirus app by considering these
Facebook prepares to dig in as advertising boycott
The advertising industry and civil rights
organizations have teamed to ratchet up pressure on the social
media giant, but the company is holding firm.
Geekly Update - 08 July 2020
Is the U.S. government trying to make strong
encryption illegal? Why are home routers so vulnerable to hackers?
And are security cameras actually making it easier for burglars to
figure out when you're not home? Get answers in today's Geekly
Update -- it's jam-packed with the latest tech news. This issue is
guaranteed to make you 146% smarter -- you'll see why. Read,
think, and, comment!
Zoom working on patching zero-day disclosed in
UPDATE: The zero-day has now been patched. Updates
are available to Zoom Windows users.
How to Build a Stereo Home Audio System For Under
What to do when a Time Machine copy to an external
drive is enormously larger than expected
It’s all about the hard links.
Eufy Security Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt review:
Full-room coverage with AI detection
Here we go again – more than two dozen Android apps
caught stealing your data
- Sketchy Android apps that spy on users and
steal data have been a nagging presence inside Google’s Play Store
for a while now, despite the search giant’s best efforts to rid
its app marketplace of bad actors.
- It’s basically led to a giant game of
whack-a-mole, with the latest apps to be clobbered by Google and
pulled from the app store being a batch of 25 malicious apps
discovered by a French cybersecurity firm.
- The apps could have stolen users’ Facebook
credentials, and they racked up more than 2 million downloads.
Apple recloses 11 more stores in Southern
California, Maryland, Ohio, Tennessee
The Best Free Software of 2020
You want powerful software—but you don't have to
pay for it. Everything you need to be productive on your PC is in
this list of 85 programs, and it's all totally free.
10 best Bluetooth speakers you can buy right now
Five things you can do to break the doomscrolling
habit and spend less time on your phone
Buying an alarm clock and turning your phone's
display to grayscale are two first steps.
How to protect your Verizon number from SIM
Hello, Tello? Roll Your Own Phone PlanCategory:
Competition among mobile phone service providers is
getting more intense. That’s good for consumers, as it drives
prices lower and erodes the anachronistic tyranny of long-term
contracts that effectively enslave us to entrenched carriers. On
the flipside, one example of free enterprise at its finest is
Tello. Let's take a look at how it works...