How to Clear Your Cache on Any Browser

[ad_1] The browser history—a list of every page you’ve visited online and the time you were there—is a standard of modern computing. And it can lead to trouble; it’s practically a cliché. Think of the romantic “comedies” where the girl finds a guy’s browser history (because it’s always the guy’s) and he’s in scalding hot Read More

G Data Total Security 2017

[ad_1] In the security suite realm, many companies offer two choices: a basic entry-level suite with all the expected features, and an enhanced mega-suite bursting with bonus features. Typical mega-suite add-ons are backup and system tuneup. G Data Total Security 2017 gives you those, as well as encrypted storage, a password manager, and more. These Read More

6 Games You’ll Want to Buy in February

[ad_1] The video game world builds speed early in 2017, offering six great titles to check out in February. Video games hit the ground running in 2017. January featured some great, and there is a veritable tsunami of fantastic titles scheduled for release in the coming months—to say nothing of Nintendo’s new Switch consolePC gaming Read More

The Best VPN Services of 2017

[ad_1] As consumers, we expect the our computer hardware and software to keep us safe. The problem is, we all too often use our computers in risky ways. Connecting to public Wi-Fi networks, for example, is a commonplace practice, but these are also excellent avenues for attackers to seize your personal information. Enter virtual private Read More

The Best Website Builders of 2017 – Web Site Hosting Services

[ad_1] Getting your message out these days is mostly a matter of using Facebook, Twitter, and maybe a smidge of Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr. That’s all well and good, but if you want that message to truly represent you or your organization, you still need a custom website all your own. A real website, Read More

Are You Lazy With Your Data Security? You’re Not Alone

[ad_1] A large portion of the American public is not convinced the federal government and social media sites will safeguard their personal information from hackers, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. At the same time, many are failing to follow digital security best practices for themselves. The survey of 1,040 adults, Read More

The Best Human Resources Management Software of 2017; Bamboo HR

[ad_1] Most small business owners or startup founders can check on employees by looking across at them from their desks or walking down one short hallway a small office space to pass their desks. But as more staff is added and office space expands, even seemingly simple tasks get more complex. These tasks include adding Read More

Private Internet Access VPN

[ad_1] You probably take for granted that no one else is sneaking a peek at your Web traffic and that the websites you visit respect your privacy. Unfortunately, both of these are from certain. That’s why you should get a virtual private network (or VPN) service such as Private Internet Access. It’s one of the Read More

AVG Internet Security – Unlimited (2017)

[ad_1] The modern connected household brims with connected devices, so a modern security suite must take that fact into account. AVG Internet Security – Unlimited (2017) lets you install protection on most devices in your household. It supports Windows, macOS, and Android, but not iOS. It offers comprehensive security on Windows and Android devices, but Read More

How to Tweak Your Tiles in Windows 10

[ad_1] Microsoft likes tiles and wants you to like them, too. They’ve been around since Windows 8 and even live on in Windows 10, surviving the return of the Start Menu as it operates alongside, and within, the high-in-demand feature. Whether you love tiles or not, you can find ways to customise and work them Read More

Secure Email Service Lavabit, a Snowden Favorite, Returns

[ad_1] Encrypted email service Lavabit returned to the Web last week, after more than three years since it went offline. For now, it’s only available to those who had accounts prior to its shutdown Those interested to use the service have to pre-register. Lavabit returned on Inauguration Day, Lavabit owner Ladar Levison wrote in a Read More

Every New Chromebook Will Run Android Apps

[ad_1] Apple iOS loyalists contemplating a switch to Google’s app ecosystem this year will have an easier time making a decision, thanks to Google’s announcement that every new Google Chromebook launched in 2017 will be able to run apps designed for Android smartphones and tablets. That means you can try out Google Android and Chrome Read More

Hackers Target Sundance Film Festival

[ad_1] America’s largest independent film festival became the target of a cyber attack over the weekend. Not only is it unprecedented, it had been well-orchestrated and is malicious in its intent. The Sundance Film Festival kicked off Friday in Park City, Utah, with movie premieres, midnight showings, and a network failure. “Sundance Film Festival has Read More

Google Voice Gets First Update in Five Years

[ad_1] Remember Google Voice, the app that introduced voicemail transcriptions and gave everyone free phone numbers back in 2009, but then seemed to fall into a years-long coma? It returned with a few minor updates recently and promises of more to come. The fact that Google Voice languished isn’t surprising—it is designed to make smartphone Read More

The War Against Qualcomm Is a Test for Trump

[ad_1] America’s biggest, quietest tech monopoly has finally come under fire. If you made a mobilephone call this year, you probably used a Qualcomm chip. The company makes the best modems to connect to cellular networks, but according to a federal complaint, it’s also spent years twisting arms and threatening partners to make sure that Read More

Enhanced LG Ultra HD Blu-ray Player Quietly Appears at CES2017

[ad_1] While many innovations and tech related to virtual reality and powered computing appeared at CES 2017, there are some devices that stealthily appeared and quickly went into obscurity, buried in other news-hype. That is how LG’s first Dolby Vision enabled Blu-ray player showed up. Called the LG UP970 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player, it is Read More

Circumventing China’s Firewall Is About to Get Harder

[ad_1] Traveling to China and hoping to use a virtual private network (VPN) to circumvent the Great Firewall? New rules from the Chinese Cyberspace Administration are about to make that a lot harder, the South China Morning Post reported this week. All VPN services in mainland China now need permission from the government to operate Read More

What to Expect at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017; MWC 2017

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: This story was updated on Jan. 26 with more details. The biggest mobile industry trade show of the year, Mobile World Congress (MWC), runs from Feb. 27 to March 2 this year. It’ll be full of new phones as usual, but that’s only the beginning: tablets and networks have played big roles Read More

Comodo Internet Security Premium 10

[ad_1] With so many free antivirus products available, there’s no excuse for going without protection. These aren’t second-rate products, either; some are more effective than many for-pay competitors. And some add features well beyond the basics. Comodo Internet Security Premium 10 includes antivirus, firewall, sandboxing, a tricked-out browser, secure shopping, and more. You get a Read More

AI Is Awesome, Totally Not Going to Kill You; Artificial Intelligence

[ad_1] Update 1/27/17: The Partnership on AI today announced that Apple has joined the organization as a founding member. Apple “has been involved and collaborating with the Partnership since before it was first announced and is thrilled to formalize its membership alongside Amazon, Facebook, Google/DeepMind, IBM, and Microsoft,” the organization said in a news release. Read More

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