Germany Makes Rapid Virus Tests a Key to Everyday
As the country begins reopening, it is relying on
widespread, free antigen tests to ensure that anyone not yet
vaccinated against the coronavirus is also not infectious.
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Update your Windows 10 PC right now to protect
yourself from six new zero-day exploits
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Networking is Hard
A friend asked about transferring files from a Mac
to a PC. Sadly the "correct" solution didn't even enter my mind.
Why? Networking is just too fragile, particularly between
DHS chooses companies to run civilian agency
vulnerability disclosure programs
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Is it really the Wild West in cybercrime? Why we
need to re-examine our approach to ransomware
Recent ransomware attacks indicate that the current
model of cybersecurity isn't working. It's time for a wholesale
The 5 Best Linux PDF Editors You Should Try
Need to edit a PDF file in Linux? These Linux PDF
editors are free to install and easy to use.
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Facebook hit with new antitrust probes in the UK
- Regulators plan to investigate whether
Facebook Marketplace and Facebook Dating have had an unfair
advantage over competitors.
- Two investigations were launched on Friday
by the U.K. and Europe.
- Facebook said it will cooperate fully with
the investigations to “demonstrate they are without merit.”
This fake movie streaming service actually installs
Canceling your BravoMovies subscription will infect
your system with malware
How to download Windows 10 20H2 ISO after 21H1
You can download the Windows 10 20H2 ISO file if
you must downgrade after version 21H1 (May 2021 Update) releases,
and in this guide, you'll learn how to complete the task.
Patch Tuesday: The rules of updating Windows (and
It’s important to be proactive when it comes to
Microsoft’s updates. Here are some of the rules of the patching
road to keep in mind this week.
Windows Sun Valley to Come with a New Settings
Microsoft is working on plenty of changes for the
next Windows release, and while there’s a chance this would end up
being called Windows 11, it’s safer to just refer to it using its
current codename – Sun Valley.
This drone is capable of capturing video at 4K but,
this Memorial Day, costs less than $100
Why Amazon's Sidewalk Network Seems Creepy
Sharing your internet connection with strangers?
What could possibly go wrong?
New Study Backs Up Finding That MagSafe Can
Interfere With Medical Devices
Nigerian Arrested in US for Hacking Payroll
Apple's M1 has an unfixable security flaw that's
The flaw creates covert channels that let malicious
apps communicate with each other.
Have a Ring camera or doorbell? Big change to how
police can request your videos
Two-Factor Authentication: Who Has It and How to
Set It Up
Don't let scammers get their hands on your
sensitive information. Here's how to secure your online
accounts—from Amazon and Google to Twitter and WhatsApp—with
two-factor authentication (2FA).
Cable TV is dying, and the industry only has itself
How to Change Your Spotify Username
Are You Always Learning?
I was challenged to think about what my "one word"
might be. I talk about that, how I arrived at it, and why it feels
better as a phrase.
“Kind of crazy”—how the booming US used car market
is driving inflation
Supply constraints and soaring demand have made
vehicle prices a key number for the Fed.
How to add Windows Update Packages to Windows 10
83 Excel tips every user should master
Whether you are a Microsoft Excel beginner or an
advanced user, you'll benefit from these step-by-step tutorials.
How to Send an Encrypted Email and Increase Your
Want to know how to send password-protected emails?
Here's how to encrypt your emails and attachments.
How to Block Tracking Pixels in Apple Mail
The global chip shortage doesn’t mean all
semiconductor prices will shoot up equally, says Natixis chief
- Car makers have been hit hardest by the
global chip shortage, but the crisis affects everything from
gaming consoles to televisions.
- But not all industries or products may
suffer the same way. In fact, there might even be an oversupply of
certain chips, according to Alicia Garcia-Herrero of Natixis.
- Garcia-Herrero told “Squawk Box Asia”
there will be a segmentation of prices.
Best ways to share big files in 2021: Cloud sharing
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Wave goodbye to bloated emails forever
How to enable IE Mode on Microsoft Edge Chromium
Microsoft Edge makes it easy to load old websites
using Internet Explorer mode, and here's how to enable and use the
US IT salaries start to grow as jobs growth remains
With the IT pro jobs market steady, competition for
some candidates is pushing up salaries, with IT execs seeing the
largest gains and staff members seeing the least.
REvilis Not Afraid of the US Ransomware Focus
The notorious ransomware gang has said it is no
longer trying to avoid targets in the US. In fact, the group is
tripling its focus on US soil despite increased attention from
politicians, according to Intel471.
This Gateway laptop with a Core i5 and tons of RAM
is just $420
Walmart is selling a 15.6-inch Gateway laptop with
a Core i5 CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 1080p display for $330 off.
How to Remove Icons From Your Windows Desktop
Delete files, apps, and shortcut icons to clean up
your Windows 10 desktop
Supreme Court Issues Radical New Reading of
Two Carbanak Gang Members Sentenced to 8 Years in
UK police raided a shady Bitcoin mining facility
they thought was a weed farm
The site's heat signals had officers convinced it
was a cannabis factory.
Blackmail warning: Hackers are sending X-rated
Simple Tricks to Remember Seriously Secure
You need to lock your password manager with one
secure master password, and you must remember it yourself. Here's
how to do it.
Shopping online? Watch out for scams: Read this
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How to Get a Refund From the Apple App Store
What It Means to be “Platform Agnostic”
I describe myself as being "platform agnostic". I
think that's a pretty useful thing to be. I discuss what that
means, and why many passionate proponents and opponents of various
platforms make me sad.
This is not a drill: VMware vuln with 9.8 severity
rating is under attack
Code execution flaw in vCenter is exploited to
install web shell on unpatched machines.
How to copy file content to Clipboard using
Right-click Context Menu in Windows 10
5 scriptwriting apps that work on a Chromebook
As more companies create scripted video than ever
before, these apps let you write, collaborate on and export your
script to Final Draft, Fountain and other formats on a Chromebook.
6 Easy Ways to Boost Security in Microsoft Defender
and Windows 10
Microsoft Defender is Windows 10 inbuilt security
tool. Make it even better with these 6 easy security boosts.
How to Get a List of All Software Installed on a
Google follows Apple’s lead and makes it harder for
advertisers to track users on Android
- Google already allows Android users to
opt-out of personalized ads, but software developers may still
access to the user’s Advertising ID, a unique string of characters
that identifies the user’s device, for purposes like measuring app
- Starting late this year, if a user has
opted out of personalized ads, the Advertising ID will not be
- With regulators taking a closer look at
user privacy, and consumers becoming more concerned about the use
of their personal data, tech giants are trying to get ahead by
making changes in the name of privacy
Microsoft fixes Office 365 flaw that led emails to
end up in junk folder
Having trouble finding that important email? This
may be why
How to fix Wi-Fi problems on Windows 10 21H1, May
Windows 10 21H1 has Wi-Fi issues? Use these four
solutions to fix the problem to get back online as quickly as
The missing context around Google's Android privacy
Recent revelations about Google's Android privacy
practices are raising some red flags, but as usual, there's more
to the story than meets the eye.
Colonial Pipeline was Hacked Using a Single
The ybersecurity specialist who responded to the
incident points out that the major cyberattack that shut down the
main fuel pipeline in the United States was the result of a single
compromised password, as Al Jazeera notes.
Eliminate cable clutter with this Logitech wireless
keyboard for $17
Best Buy is selling the Logitech K360 for $17.
How to Put an Echo Dot in Setup Mode
Look for the orange light on your Alexa device
Someone Hacked the MTA
CISA Issues MITRE ATT&CK Mapping Guide for Threat
Microsoft reveals new phishing campaign by
The group used a federal agency's email service to
send 3,000 emails to 150 targets.
True or false: You need antivirus protection on
How to Send Large Files Over the Internet
Trying to figure out how to transfer large files
online? Gmail and Yahoo have a 25MB limit, but don't worry; there
are other ways to send your work without hitting an error message.
Apple Developers Seek App Store Modifications at
Annual Conference: WSJ
How to Add and Remove Themes in Microsoft Edge
What’s the Risk of Using Unsupported Software?
It turns out you are really the key when it comes
to running unsupported software safely.
Ransomware will now get priority treatment at the
Directive comes as ransomware is exposing the
fragility of critical supply chains.
How to check which app is using more RAM in Windows
The 7 best meditation apps to add some self-care to
the daily grind
Finding time for mindfulness amid a busy workday
can be challenging. These meditation apps help professionals
refocus, reset and make time for self-care.
The 9 Best Free Mac Tools to Detect and Fix Common
Every Mac user should keep these tools around to
fix the various common macOS problems that could arise.
How to Use ShadowExplorer to Restore Files from
Microsoft to unveil new version of Windows on June
The next version of Windows will bring enhancements
for software developers and creators, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
said last week.
The event will also feature the face of Microsoft’s
Surface line, Panos Panay.
The best free text-to-speech software of 2021
These apps will convert any text to audio
How to get a color picker on Windows 10
If you need a color picker, you can use the one
built into PowerToys, and here's how to enable and use the tool on
An ‘underwhelming’ Windows 10 21H1 arrives
Microsoft last week officially rolled out Windows
10 21H1 without much fanfare — and (so far) without any major
issues. Here are some things to keep in mind if you’re moving
ahead with the install.
Microsoft Teases “A Version of Windows” as Windows
11 Is All But Confirmed
Microsoft has already announced a surprise Windows
event for June 24, and while the company has remained completely
tight-lipped on what exactly we’re supposed to get later this
month, several Microsofties keep teasing a pretty big
Pick up this ultra-portable HP Chromebook for an
Amazon is selling an 11-inch HP Chromebook for far
below its usual price.
How to Hide Self View on Zoom
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NFTs Are Crashing and Who Could Have Seen This
Coming Other Than Basically Anyone?
Trend Micro Releases PoC Exploit for Vulnerability
Affecting macOS, iOS
Over 10,000 women are suing Google over gender pay
The plaintiffs are seeking $600 million in damages
from the tech giant.
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18 Things You Didn't Know Your Google Chromecast
While Google's ultraportable media-streaming device
is pretty much plug and play, there are a few tips and tricks that
can make casting more magical.
Apple's new software features focus on
post-pandemic life. Here's what's getting an update.
Why You Should Cancel Your Free Trials Immediately
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Screen Mirroring on Windows 10: How to Turn Your PC
Into a Wireless Display
How to turn your Windows PC into a wireless
Microsoft's Xbox cloud charge continues with smart
TVs, Xbox streaming hardware
Microsoft thinks all you'll need is an Xbox
controller and an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, and you'll
be able to game almost anywhere.
Lock It Up
Lockdown mode makes your Linux system more secure
and even prevents root users from modifying the kernel.
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