If you are using Intel’s CPU on your computer, chances are you are open to a recent exploit. Here’s how the Intel’s CPU was hacked and what you can do about it.
Quantum computers can solve problems much faster than any classic computer, including cracking your encryption. How will this affect your security? Let’s find out!
Most of us are using smart devices with camera / microphone / location enabled, which makes a good surveillance program. How can we still preserve our privacy when it is traded for convenience?
Most people will find the term “tech fatigue” relatable to their situation. So what causes tech fatigue, and what is the cure for this? Let’s find out.
Some websites are using miner scripts that use their visitors’ computers to “mine” cryptocurrencies and make money. Here’s how you can prevent it.
A new WiFi vulnerability was uncovered, and it affected most, if not all, wireless routers. Here’s what you need to know about the Krack vulnerability.
Equifax suffered another setback when their website was hacked to redirect people to a malware site. What can you do when faced with redirect attacks?
Removing the 3.5 mm headphone jack from a smartphone seems more like a downgrade. What happened is a move towards more proprietary hardware and exclusivity.
We’re in an era where phones are several times more expensive than their “dumber” predecessors and that much more delicate as well. What gives?!
Facial recognition technology is now added to CCTV cameras, improving surveillance effectiveness. How does this impact you? Does it intrude on your privacy?
Twitter has been known for its 140-character limit. but it announced that it is extending the character limit to 280. Was this the right move? Let’s find out.
Budget phones are good for people who can’t afford the flagship phones; they are also beneficial to those who don’t buy them. Here’s why.
CCleaner was hacked and malware was included in their software update. How can you protect yourself when such a popular software gets hacked and malware gets into your system?
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.