Apple releases iOS 14.2 with new emoji and
wallpapers, HomePod Intercom support, more (this update has 3
critical patches or more also)
Talk to your Raspberry Pi | HackSpace 36
In the latest issue of HackSpace Magazine, out now,
@MrPJEvans shows you how to add voice commands to your projects
with a Raspberry Pi 4 and a microphone.
Amazon's Fire HD tablets are back down to Prime Day
How to Find and Install Third-Party Shortcuts on
iPhone and iPad
What’s the Difference Between Spam and Junk Mail?
"Spam" and "junk" mean the same thing when it comes
to email. There's a lot of confusion about how they, your email
service, and your email program all interact.
Apple patches three zero-day vulnerabilities found
by Google’s Project Zero team
You can now uninstall Flash on Windows 10 and 8.1
A Vision of the Future From Dell World
Scammed by PC Safe Network / Homesoft Solution?
Here's What to Do
How to Pin or Unpin History Pane in Microsoft Edge
The Next Windows 10 Feature Update Could Be a Small
As per its new release approach, Microsoft ships
two different feature updates for Windows 10 every year, and the
company more recently embraced a silent change, turning the fall
pack of improvements into a smaller update that reminds of a
Apple watchOS 7.1 has landed, and here's what it
brings to your Apple Watch
Help for your hearing
Flexispot EN1 Motorized Desk Frame: Budget Price
With a Premium Feel
If you thought you had to spend $1000+ to get an
ergonomic standing desk for your home office: think again.
Apple fixes numerous zero-day iOS flaws
Why Are Spotify Songs Greyed Out? Here’s How to
Play Them Anyway
Are your Spotify songs greyed out? Not sure why?
Here’s what you need to know about why it happens and what you can
do about it.
Apple Patches Three Actively Exploited
Social networks solved their 2016 election
problems, but their 2020 problems are bigger
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube took on
misinformation this year. Was that enough?
Report: Apple among companies interested in
acquiring podcasting company Wondery
U.S. seizes over $1 billion in bitcoin tied to
It is the largest cryptocurrency seizure ever made
by the U.S. government.
5 clever ways to use those old USB drives you have
Living with a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
The Galaxy Tab S7+ is probably the highest-end
Android tablet on the market, with a wonderful screen and a great
10 Smart Home Devices That Will Revolutionize Your
WFH Setup—Starting at Just $10
How to Get the HTC Sense Weather & Clock Widget on
What Happens When I Mark Something as Spam?
Marking spam as spam is an important tool in the
war against it, but exactly what happens when you do so is clouded
You clicked on what?! Shaming among the most
effective deterrents for phishing scams
Firefox: display the bookmarks toolbar only on the
New Tab Page
The Trials and Tribulations of Paying Ransomware
Windows 10 1809 to Lose Security Support
How to Enable or Disable Driver Signature
Enforcement and Test Mode in Windows 10
Microsoft Getting Ready to Kill Windows 10 Version
1809 (Normal life span of each upgrade version is 18 month, except
due to the pandemic, MS extended some releases)
Microsoft is getting ready to retire another
Windows 10 version, as per the updated lifecycle updated earlier
iOS 14.2: Ask Siri for a personalized daily update
on iPhone or HomePod
Siri can now give you a personal briefing on
weather, traffic, your calendar, and news.
How to Recover Deleted Emails From Gmail
Is an important email missing from your inbox? Here
are all the ways to recover deleted emails from your Gmail inbox.
Understanding and preventing cross-site scripting
5 Key Benefits of a VPN for Gaming (And Why You
Should Start Using One)
If you aren’t using a VPN, you’re leaving yourself
vulnerable to all kinds of risks… and missing out on several
Russian Hacker Group Continues Stealing Money From
8 new uses for your old smartphone
Just because you got a nifty new phone doesn’t mean
you have to ditch your old one
Pick up an iPad Air? Here’s how to get the most out
of iPadOS 14 and Apple Pencil
More hospitals hit by ransomware as feds warn about
Federal agencies had warned of "an increased and
imminent cybercrime threat" to health care providers, particularly
from a gang that uses a strand of ransomware called Ryuk.
Google Drive tricks: 15 smart ways to get more out
of this free office software
Race to 5G: 5G Limps to Nationwide Status
The price of nationwide 5G in the US is that we may
have the slowest 5G network in the world.
The Second Breakup of AT&T
A Vintage Atari Is an Amazing Weather Terminal in
Why am I getting email from someone with the wrong
Many people receive spam that looks like it comes
from someone they know, but is not from that person's email
address. I'll take a look at what's going on and what you need to
pay attention to.
Ransomware attack toys with Mattel systems, data
View your computer's hardware and software details,
generate a HTML report with HiBit System Information
The Trials and Tribulations of Paying Ransomware
Microsoft Warns of Major Windows Update Bug
How to Install and Uninstall Site as App on
Microsoft Edge in Windows 10
Microsoft Finally Working on a Basic Yet Essential
Microsoft Teams Feature
If you’re a heavy WhatsApp user that’s part of
large groups, you certainly know how important it is to quote a
specific message when replying to someone.
A production drop proves the Galaxy Note 20 was a
AMD Vs. Intel: What Is the Best Gaming CPU?
If you're building a gaming PC and torn between AMD
and Intel CPUs, it's time to learn which processor is best for
your gaming rig.
Newest RoboLinux 11 Update Goes Far Beyond Typical
Ultimate Uno: 4 Rule Tweaks That Unlock Uno’s
With a few rule changes, Uno goes from being a
mediocre game to a frantic and exciting game! Here’s how to play
Private Prison Operator GEO Group Discloses Data
ViacomCBS wants to prove to skeptics it finally
Executives detail their plans ahead of Paramount
‘Stadium’ browser returns to the App Store,
enabling Google Stadia on iPhone/iPad
FBI, other agencies warn of 'imminent cybercrime
threat' to U.S. hospitals
Federal authorities are urging healthcare providers
to take precautions to protect their systems.
Is your Gmail inbox out of control? This assistant
US Residents Can Expect to Pay $32,400 For Internet
Over a Lifetime
Ever wonder how much money goes into your internet
connection? US residents will pay more over a lifetime than
residents of almost any other country.
I've been using Amazon's smart ring that you need a
special invitation to buy, and it's another reminder that Alexa
doesn't belong in everything
How Does In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Work?
Should I Worry If Email I Send Is Marked as Spam?
If someone threatens to mark your email as spam,
don't worry about it. Here's why.
‘Picture this’: CynergisTek CEO paints bleak
picture of ransomware attacks against hospitals
Image Editor Paint.net 4.2.14 update introduces
full AVIF support and performance improvements
Whom Can We Trust to Safeguard Healthcare Data?
Low Orbit Satellite Internet Becomes More Practical
How to Enable Two Page View for PDF in Microsoft
Microsoft Announces New Your Phone Features for
Windows 10 Users
The Your Phone app that comes bundled with Windows
10 is playing a much more important role in the future of the
operating system that many people think.
Panasonic unveils vacuum cleaner-like device with a
‘magic hand’ designed to grab lost AirPods found on train tracks
- Panasonic is testing the vacuum cleaner in
Tokyo's Ikebukuro Station
- From July to September, over 900 pairs of
AirPods fell on the tracks in 78 stations in Japan
- Previously, workers had to use a
'burdensome' grabber to collect earbuds
Windows 10 Arrives on Chromebooks
There are a few limitations, but it's an exciting
development for fans of the Chromebook.
Lenovo Expands Linux-Ready Computer Line
TV Streaming Sucks Now: Why “A La Carte” TV Is a
Be careful what you wish for, even when it’s TV.
Because you just might get it.
U.S. Seizes More Domains Used by Iran for
Facebook sees a rise in misinformation as reports
warn of incitement
The company plans to demote election misinformation
on Facebook and Instagram
iOS 14.2 brings JIT compilation support, which
enables emulation apps at full performance
Social media CEOs get earful on bias, warning of
The Trump administration, seizing on unfounded
accusations of bias, has asked Congress to strip some of the
protections that have generally shielded the tech companies .
Tech how-to: 5 useful tricks to try with iPhone’s
Capcom May Have Been Hit With a Ransomware Attack
A security researcher has uncovered evidence the
attack involves a ransomware strain known as Ragnar Locker. The
hackers are now apparently demanding Capcom pay up to free the
iOS 14.2 is out with more inclusive emoji and
Nvidia stock gains after 'Fortnite' joins GeForce
cloud gaming service, paving a return to Apple devices
- Nvidia (NVDA +2.8%) plans to add Epic
Games' Fortnite to its GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
- The inclusion would allow Fortnite to run
through the Safari browser on Apple devices without appearing in
the App Store.
- Apple banned Fortnite after Epic tried to
get around the tech giant's 30% in-app payment "tax" with its own
in-app payment system. The dispute has led to a legal battle.
- Nvidia's GeForce is currently available on
Mac, Windows, Android, and Chromebook computers.
- Nvidia wouldn't comment to CNBC about
whether Fortnite would eventually make it back to iOS through a
GeForce version, but the company did say "Fortnite is not
confirmed for GeForce Now on platforms beyond PC, Mac and
What Do Spam Filters Look At?
Spam filters can be incredibly sophisticated or very simple. I'll
look at some of the characteristics of email that spam filters can
Guard Cyber Team to Help Respond to Hospitals
WinX DVD Ripper: Convert / Play DVDs on Windows 10
Top 10 Lightweight PC Games You Can Play on a
You don’t need a gaming PC to enjoy great gaming
experiences! These lightweight PC games will entertain you for
hours, even on modest hardware.
Friendly Fire: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU Review &
Benchmarks vs. 5600X & 5900X
AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, 6800 XT And 6800 - 14 Things
You Need To Know Before You Buy