A new feature uncovered in Facebook is the ability to “snooze” or temporarily unfollow a friend. This feature might actually prove useful in the long term. Let’s find out more about it.
Both SD card and SSD use solid-state storage and have no moving parts. Examine SD card vs. SSD and learn why you can’t use one in place of other.
While VPN meant to secure your internet connection, it is not all roses. Here are some of the limitation of VPNs, and the ways to keep yourself safe.
SanDisk announced a massive storage capacity 400GB microSD card. Here is how it works, and the possibility of achieving an even larger storage.
Usenet has been used for a very long time, and now it has come back with a vengeance. Find out what Usenet is, how it works, and how it can benefit you.
A group of researchers have managed to create an automated spear phishing detection project. Learn how it works to combat spear phishing.
While we’re intensely focused on the positive aspect of self-driving vehicles, we often forget to look at the downsides that might come up along the way.
A new technology in Windows 10 can track your eye movements and allow you to navigate the PC. Is this eye tracking feature really useful or just a gimmick? Let’s find out.
The standard thought is that you need to always use the official charger to charge your phone or else it will damage your battery. How true is this? Let’s find out.
For those who are hesitant to do shopping online out of safety concerns, here are some ways to minimize the risks involved when making online transactions.
A new CIA leak has revealed that it can now infect air-gapped systems at will using a couple of cunning tactics and a USB thumb drive. Here’s how it works.
With Let’s Encrypt gaining popularity, many are wondering if free SSL certificates are better and can replace the commercial ones. Let’s find out!
Over a million laptops are stolen each year in the U.S. Learn the various ways to protect your laptop and prevent laptop theft.
You may have heard of DDos, or even encountered one before, and are looking for ways to counter it. Here’s how DDoS protection works and how you can counter it.
Intel has released the Intel Core i9 that boasts a whopping 18 cores. Why would a PC need that many cores, and why did Intel come up with this processor?
For the 30th anniversary of the GIF image format, let’s find out some fun facts about GIF that you probably don’t know.
With the WannaCry ransomware making the headlines, many people are wondering if Wanncry is able to infect Linux. The answer is yes, only if you allow it to.
The WannaCry ransomware managed to infect an unprecedented 230,000 systems spread across 150 countries. Find out what it is and how you can combat it.