Most XSS attacks are preventable by the potential victim. It is your responsibility to arm yourself against any threat lest you become a victim.
With your smartphones and tablets, it is easier to get healthy nowsadays. Here are 5 useful mobile apps to monitor and improve your health.
Microsoft office came with a time counter that can track your time spent on the documents. If you are not a fan of it, here’s how you can disable it.
The Raspberry Pi can be a good development tool, and writing C# programs on the Raspberry Pi is simple thanks to the open source Mono project.
Have you encountered websites where Google Chrome refuses to remember the login username and password? This extension can fix it.
Most Android phones come with Google’s fingerprints all over them. For those of you who want to get rid of Google on your Android device, here are many options to choose from.
It is easy to add the World Cup 2014 schedule to Google Calendar so you can keep track of your favorite matches. Here’s how you can do so.
Even after you’ve cleared your browser’s cookies, or even disable them entirely, companies are still able to get hold of your browser history. Here’s how.
For those who read RSS feeds every day, JellyReader is a useful RSS reader that store your feeds in the cloud and allows you to access RSS feeds offline.
The World Cup stars this week, and there are so many different ways to watch. How will you watch your favorite World Cup match?