Senators Call for 100Mbps Minimum Broadband
Standard (anyone with non-fiber AT&T service is getting 25Mbps)
iPhone 13 rumors: More storage, better camera and
Texas power grid names firms with unpaid bills,
cuts off second
How to Clean and Disinfect All Your Gadgets
Microsoft Group Transcribe offers real-time
How to Emulate a Raspberry Pi on Your PC
Rather than buy a Raspberry Pi and be disappointed,
why not try the QEMU emulator to get a feel for it first?
Data is the world’s most valuable (and vulnerable)
There's a gaping hole in the data loss prevention
Apple Forces Google to Show Collected Gmail Data on
What Should I Do About the Changes to LastPass
Free? (do you use both mobile and laptop/desktop versions heavily?
No than stick with the one most used daily)
What to do if you’re affected.
The best mobile browser you should be using right
now (it's not what you think)
After weeks of testing mobile browsers, Jack Wallen
has finally concluded which of those apps is the best of the best.
How to fix hard drive not showing in Windows 10
If the secondary hard drive isn't showing up in
File Explorer, you can use these steps to resolve the issue on
Microsoft Mesh is a holographic communication
platform straight from science fiction
Microsoft has shared its vision for the future of
communication and collaboration
Turntable.fm Is Back, and Here's How It Works
How to Go Back (roll back) to Previous Version of
Windows in Windows 10
iOS 14.5 won't actually let you change a default
It may be easier to avoid Apple Music, but you
still can't set a new default.
Microsoft reveals 3 new malware strains used by
Microsoft Really Wants to Build the Best PDF App
for Windows, Linux, and Mac
We’ve known for a while that Microsoft wants
Microsoft Edge to be more than just a browser, with the company
investing aggressively in the PDF capabilities of the app.
M1 MacBook Air vs Pro: What to buy and why to spend
extra on RAM and storage
Both are great but there's a clear choice that's
just right for most people.
Microsoft just launched a cool new iPhone app you
need to check out
I have questions about this emerging... um... art
Google Pixels will start reading your heart rate
and breathing today — here's how it works
Pixels will measure heart rate and breathing via
the cameras right in the Google Fit app
5 Ways Social Engineers Crack Into Human Beings
These common human traits are the basic ingredients
in the con-man's recipe for trickery.
Privacy tip: These Android phones are Google-free
The Best Tricks Inside Microsoft's Edge Browser
The new Chromium version of Edge offers several
enhancements over its predecessor. These tips highlight the best
hidden features we’ve found in Microsoft’s new browser.
How to Fix 7 Common Tech Problems — From Forgetting
Your Password to a Cracked Screen
How to Stop Windows 10 From Turning Off Your Screen
Brave privacy-friendly search engine to challenge
5 Underappreciated Photoshop Tools You Should Be
Photoshop has a series of lesser-known features
that you may not know about. Let's reveal these hidden gems!
Google speeds up its release cycle for Chrome
How to Print from Your Chromebook
If It’s All Digital, Won’t You Lose It Anyway?
If you do, you’re not doing it right.
A single original of anything is not backed up, and
backing up is significantly easier, and of higher quality, in
Why what you watch can make you a target for
Resist the lure of catching up with award nominees
by trolling for free views. Free, when offered by bad actors,
could end up costing you much more than it would for a one-time
AMD Radeon RX 6000 GPUs: Everything you need to
know about 'Big Navi'
AMD's Radeon RX 6000 lineup of "Big Navi" graphics
cards has been revealed. Here's what you need to know about specs,
performance, price, and release date.
See how Google Chrome's user profiles are getting a
Users will be able to distinguish profiles much
How to Make Vertical Tabs Better in Edge Chromium
How to Change Wireless Network Connection Priority
Order in Windows 10
LinkedIn stops collecting tracking data ahead of
iOS 14 changes
The company won't collect IDFA information "for
Microsoft Edge is now 41% faster with new Startup
2022 iPhone SE to Launch with the Same iPhone
8-Inspired Design, 5G
Sources believed to be close to the matter
suggested on several occasions in the last few months that Apple
was planning to kill off the mini model in the iPhone lineup, all
in an attempt to make room for a modern iPhone SE that was
expected as soon as this spring.
Refurbished M1 MacBook Air and Mac mini now
available from Apple (they are also discontinuing iMac Pro desktop
sales while supplies last)
Want a new Apple device but don't want to shell out
for a full-priced version? Consider a refurbished model instead.
Google promises not to develop new user-tracking
tools after it kills cookies
Apple’s new Find My feature could let you know if
you’re the one being tracked
Item Safety Alerts notify you about tracked device
that could be hidden on your person
Brave is taking on Google with its own 'private'
Upstart web browser plans to deploy upstart search
Microsoft Fixes Exchange Server Zero-Days Exploited
in Active Attacks
Microsoft fixes multiple Exchange Server
vulnerabilities being weaponized in attacks from a group it
believes operates out of China.
3 ways to make sure Facebook really isn’t listening
Xbox Users Can Now Beta Test Microsoft's Edge
The Chromium-based Edge browser is available for
some Xbox Series X / S users in specific testing rings.
Chip supplies are scarce, and it may not get better
till late 2021 (this impacts our nations recovery and our costs
for technology products)
How to Use Researcher in Microsoft Word for Essays
How to add an Expiration Date to Emails in Gmail
This $6 ESP32 Board Is a DIY Smart Home Dream
The WT32-ETH01 from Wireless-Tag brings all the
benefits of the ESP32 with an added Ethernet port.
Microsoft Edge now starts up faster and gets
How to Use Zoom on Chromebook
What is an Image Backup?
It’s what you back up when you don’t know what to
Backup terminology can be confusing. I'll define
one of the terms I use frequently and explain why I think it's so
Windows on Arm: This is how well 64-bit emulation
64-bit apps on Windows on Arm are a work in
progress: some are native, many work well with the new 64-bit
emulation, but others will have to wait for more support in
insider builds of Windows.
No, there isn't a new Microsoft Store app rolling
out to Windows 10
There isn't a new Microsoft Store app rolling out,
but the recent update looks just a bit nicer.
Three challenges facing the Internet in 2021
Last year, the Internet faced its biggest test yet
How Do I Restore Access to a Hacked Facebook
How to Delete Saved Passwords for Sites in
Microsoft Edge Chromium
Why is Clubhouse so addicted to notifications?
The buzzy app sends constant notifications.
FireEye finds new malware likely linked to
Apple Won’t Kill Off the Lightning Port on the
Rumor has it Apple is working around the clock on a
portless iPhone, and some people close to the matter suggested
this massive change would happen as soon as this year.
Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.2.2 to protect
newer Macs from bad USB-C hubs
USB-C compliance is tricky, and some powered hubs
or docks have caused damage to certain Macs.
Apple might replace the iPhone’s Lightning port
with something much better
T-Mobile saw Verizon telling people to turn off 5G
and thought ‘why stop there’
The carrier might be all-in on 5G, but its support
Google Duo upgrade will fix the worst thing about
Bad internet connection ruining video calls? Google
Duo has a fix
Microsoft, FireEye Uncover More Malware Used in the
Newly discovered tools were designed for late-stage
use after the attackers had already established a relatively firm
presence on a breached network, vendors say.
Insider tech tips for scheduling your COVID-19
New Apple iOS 14.5 Beta Feature Notifies Users if
They're Being Tracked
The feature is meant to be used in tandem with
Apple's rumored AirTags tracking devices.
8 ways to optimize a Windows PC for better gaming
How to Stop Your iPhone From Tracking Your Location
Windows 10 screen keeps refreshing itself
How to Use Mozilla Hubs to Hang Out With Friends
Mozilla Hubs is a useful, free tool that lets you
create virtual rooms. Here's how to use it to hang out with
Apple clarifies you can’t actually set a ‘default’
music service in iOS 14.5
How to Find Out the Remaining Storage Space on
How Long Should I Keep Windows 10 Backups After
There’s really no such thing as “too long”.
Backing up around major updates is a good idea, but
can also be a side effect of a routine backup strategy. Then the
question becomes: how long to keep 'em?
How will cybersecurity change with a new US
president? Pros identify the biggest needs
Every new presidential administration brings
change, one way or another. Learn what President Joseph Biden is
facing on the cybersecurity front, along with some tips for
government and businesses.
Microsoft Teams is getting new security, privacy, and compliance
Working Spectre exploits for Windows and Linux
Spectre exploit can even bypass many top malware
10 Reasons Paramount+ Is a Streaming TV Paradise
How to Turn On or Off Vertical Tabs in Microsoft
This Bluetooth audio adapter can completely change
your Nintendo Switch
Connect your phone and Bluetooth headset at the
same time, streaming mixed audio whenever you want for under $45
Hijacking traffic to Microsoft’s windows.com with
iPhone 13 to Feature 1TB Storage Option
iPhone 13 is expected to land in September, and
while the iPhone 12 is still a rather new device and it’s still
selling like hotcakes, everybody seems to be looking forward to
the refreshed models coming later this year.
Your new Mac's speedy SSD might not last as long as
Some users are reporting excessive usage by Intel
and M1 Mac drives.
Top Apple insider sheds light on upcoming iPhone 13
- Apple’s iPhone 13 will reportedly feature a
smaller notch area and an Always-On display similar to the Apple
- The iPhone 13 will likely include a 120HZ
ProMotion display and improved 5G connectivity.
- Despite rumors to the contrary, reputed analyst
Ming-Chi Kuo doesn’t believe the iPhone 13 will ship with Touch
Nintendo just released the first Wii U update since
Starlink internet coverage, speed, cost and
everything you need to know
Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet service is
expanding rapidly — here's what we know so far
Healthcare Still Seeing High Level of Attacker
Interest in vaccines is driving all sorts of
activity, reports say, from vaccine-specific phishing to growing
bot traffic on healthcare sites.
Tech how-to: Manage all your email addresses in one
Utah Bill Would Require Porn Filter for Cell Phones
HB 72 seeks to keep children from inadvertently
accessing pornography on mobile devices.
Most People Grossly Overspend When Shopping for
Smartphones, Here’s Why
SmartThings will end support for its first-gen hub
and some other legacy devices this summer
The original SmartThings hub, a SmartThings-powered
ADT security system, and the SmartThings Link dongle for the
Nvidia Shield are about to become paperweights.
Closing the digital divide with Raspberry Pi
Geekly Update - 03 March 2021
How Long Should I Keep Windows 10 Backups After