Apple’s new “Sign in with Apple” system is aiming to fix the privacy issue with other third-party login systems. Here’s how Sign in with Apple works and how it is different from the rest.
All browsers, including Adobe, will cease to support Flash by December 2020. Here is what you can do if you really need to access flash content.
There are times when you need a quick tool to blur out or censor some part of an image. Here are some useful tools that allow you to blur images online.
If you want to know exactly what Google knows about you, here’s a comprehensive guide to what you can find in your Google data dumps.
One of the biggest divisions in blockchain technology is permissioned vs. permissionless blockchains. Here are the differences between a permissoned and permissionless blockchain.
Mint is not the only app for managing your finances. Here are some free Mint alternatives that allow you to manage your money on Android.
Learning to code is not a difficult task. These coding games cover plenty of languages, age ranges, and skill levels to help you learn coding the easy way.
Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies designed specifically to prevent big changes in their value. Are they safer than Bitcoins and other cryptocurrency? Let’s find out.
Chocolatey allows you to manage and update all of your Windows programs through a single interface rather than having to wrangle them all individually.
Fingerprint unlock is now a standard feature in smartphones, but what’s actually going on when you put your finger on the scanner? Here’s how fingerprint scanners work.
The concept behind brain-computer interfaces is fairly basic. Using the neurons and electrical signals in the brain, we can control things with our thoughts.
Tracking pixels have been around for quite a while and are actively being used in emails to track you. Here’s how they work, and how you can stop them
If you want to subscribe to streaming platforms that have the things you want to watch, how do you figure out where all that content is living at any time?
It’s hard to keep track of all the streaming platforms, especially when new ones keep appearing. Here is a big list of streaming sites for you to keep in check.
Mozilla’s implementation of DNS over HTTPS makes it one of the “Internet Villains.” Here we will explain what DNS over HTTPS is and why you should use it.
Learning CSS can be a frustrating experience, but at least it doesn’t have to be boring! Here are some games that allow you to master CSS in no time.
The last thing you want is for your DNA data to be shared publicly with others. These DNA testing companies are the one that keep your data private.
GPS is not the only positioning system around. There are several other global navigation satellte systems that your phone can access.
If you’ve used Apple Pay before, you already have a good idea of how the Apple Credit Card works, since it’s just a card optimized for use with iPhones.
Facebook will be launching a new cryptocurrency – Libra – in 2020. Aside from being based on blockchain, it is different from other cryptocurrencies. Here is what you need to know about Libra.
Do you forget half of the interesting stuff you learn? You may want to give journaling a shot. Here are some of the best journaling apps for Windows.
There are many reasons why your browser is slow, and browser extensions is one of them. Find out which of your browser extensions is causing you trouble.
If you think someone is using your Wi-Fi network without permission, you can confirm by scanning for connected devices on your Wi-Fi network. Follow these directions.
Internet itself is a massive ocean of abstract unknowns and possible dangers, which makes it even more fertile ground for Internet panics and fears.
A serious game is a subset of education games that tries to emulate a real-world task in a video game format, giving us a fun way to gain experience.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon are currently being sued for selling customer location data to third parties. Here’s why you should be concerned.
You have probably seen the “www” in front of the domain name for many sites. What about “www2”? Why do some sites start with “www2” or “www3”? Let’s find out.
While the inner mechanisms of cryptocurrency are complex, buying and using it is actually very easy. Here is how you can buy bitcoin and start using it.
If you are looking to instal thel Opera browser on Android, you have a number of choices: Opera, Opera Mini, and Opera Touch. Which one should you use?
Using a dark theme is said to be better for eyesight and battery life; how accurate is this? Here we will debunk the myths about dark themes.
If you’re a geography nerd looking to hone your skills, here are some fun online games to learn more about the world we live in.
Chances are that some of your data has been stolen. There’s a good chance it was encrypted, but how secure is your stolen encrypted data?
There are various methods used to safely store your password in a web server. Here we show how password hashing, encryption and storage works.
As small as your phone can be, it can contain parts from several different parts of the world. Here is where your phone comes from.
Motivated by the desire to control information and increase national security, some countries have constructed national intranets. Here are some of the more prominent countries on the list.
People love to use social logins for various sites because it frees them from having to remember multiple passwords. But is this secure and private? Let’s find out.
Technology products are designed to have a short lifespan, whether you like it or not. There is some rationale behind them, though a little outrage over planned obsolescence is certainly justified.
The number of countries implementing content filtering and censorship is growing. Here are some of the countries that need a VPN to connect to the outside world.
The attention economy relies on keeping human eyes staring at the same site for as long as possible. Here are some psychological tricks websites are using.
While you can download your data from Google, the raw data is hard to read. Here is how you can visualize your Google location history and find out how much Google knows about you.
Nudge is a change of environment to help make a different, better decision and build better habits. These apps and software will help create digital nudges.
You have basic knowledge about using a computer, but these are some intermediate tech literacy skills for you to step up to the next level of tech-savviness.
Robotic process automation and artificial intelligence are starting to take over ever-increasing levels of knowledge work. Check out their differences and how they affect you.
More than 65% of Internet users browse the Web with a Chromium-based browser. Why are varous browsers moving towards Chromium, and what does it mean for the future?
If you have watched Black Mirror, you may be wondering if the covered technology is really possible. Here is some of that technology that already exists in real life.
Given that most apps want to know your location, how worried should you be about giving it to every random flashlight and calculator you install?
A new breed of bank, the “neobank,” is available only as a mobile app and focuses on providing cheap, well-designed banking services. Find out if they are a good idea.
If you’re the type of person who’s excited by the possibility of becoming a cyborg, here is some future technology that you will get excited over.
The lack of emotion in online communication causes a lot of emotional firestorms when one don’t understand what others are saying. Here are some ways to fix it.
Basic technology literacy skills are the new fire-making. These 101-level things you’ll need passing grades in to take full advantage of the modern world.