When you need to send sensitive data over the Internet, check out some of the best ways to securely send sensitive information over the Internet.
If you’re at all into web coding, you’ve probably used at least one web code playground in your time. Here are some of the best you should try.
Hex, RGBA, and HSLA are 3 of the most commonly used color codes. Listed here are some of the differences between Hex, RGB and HSL.
If you’re screen-shopping, you’ll probably come across the “nit” unit. Find out what a nit of screen brightness is and why it is important for your screen.
Blockchain has gone a long way and is now changing various aspects of our life. Here are a few examples of how blockchains are changing the games we play.
Setting up a new router could be fun. You get to name networks, tweak settings, squeeze out some extra speed, and poke around to see what you can do. Here’s how to do it.
Sometimes the padlock in your browser’s address bar changes color, gets an extra symbol layered on top of it, or turns into text. What does it really mean?
The Bitcoin network doesn’t have the capacity to process multiple transactions at once. The Lightning Network is looking to change this and fasten up bitcoin transaction.
A data-scraping tool allows you to extract data from web pages efforelessly and format them in a spreadsheet. Data Miner is one of the better implementations.
Thanks to the Interplanetary File System, we can now enjoy a faster and more efficient content delivery and also a more democratic decentralized Internet.
Trendlines in Microsoft Excel range from basic linear to exponential and logarithmic. Here’s how you can insert a trendline in MS Excel.
You’ve probably noticed an increase in the number of sites displaying boxes requiring your cookie permission. What do all these cookie consent notices really mean?
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a great new security and privacy standard for encrypting DNS requests. Here is how you can enable it in various browsers.
There are a growing number of new decentralized and blockchain-based social networks vying to be private, secure solutions to our social media needs.
If you have a need to spoof your location, your Android phone comes with a way to do so. Here is how you can easily fake your Android location.
You have probably already kept your cryptocurrency safe, but if you have not, here are some ways you can secure your cryptocurrency wallet and keep it safe.
There is a hidden Android developer options that give you access to dozens of little tweaks to help you get a little more out of your phone. Here’s how to use it.
With enough source images, it’s not that hard to make deepfake videos, but are there any solutions for detecting which videos are trying to trick us?