Are you familiar with state-sponsored hacking? If not, this article will open your eyes and explain why it will continue to be a growing phenomenon as the Internet becomes more ubiquitous in our lives.
Following in YouTube’s steps, Facebook recently announced that it has stopped using Flash entirely for videos across the entire social network. It’s time to explain why Flash is being dumped in favor of HTML5.
Since 2006, Facebook has established a minimum age of 13 for the use of its services. Do you think that setting a minimum age like this is wise? Let’s discuss.
The Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) has been an instrumental tool in the fight against hackers. While SHA-1 has been the standard, it’s now being abandoned for SHA-2. Here’s why.
In the present the fax machine seems like a relic from a bygone era. Considering newer technology, is it still worth keeping around? Let’s discuss!
Facebook’s Live Streaming Service is an immersive and authentic way to connect with the public figures you care about in real-time. Here’s what you need to know about it.
What if we could charge our smartphone only once a week and have it last as long as the “dumb” phone? It could be happening soon.
Generally all online quizzes look the same; however, some might appear as apps that require certain permissions on Facebook for you to proceed. This presents significant privacy concerns. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Developers have released a new messenger system that runs on top of Tor. Here’s what you should know about this new messenger system for Tor.
A water cooling system for PC can be difficult to implement. Would a circulatory system that worked a lot like our own vascular systems be more efficient?
A recent trend has emerged in which attackers are now asking for ransoms in web attacks. This is also known as ransom attacks. Here’s what you need to know.
As of October 23, 2015, the BBC reports that all public posts on Facebook will be searchable. Here’s what you need to know and how to opt out of searchable public posts.
Tech support scams are the most common way that PC users, especially Windows users, are hoodwinked into paying cash. Here’s what you should know about them.
The system we used to manage our files have not changed since PC first appeared. This begs the question: Is our current file and folder system flawed? Can we do better?
Sometimes a website that you often visit on your desktop or laptop will take much longer to load on your mobile device. What’s that all about? Find out!
Google released Android Marshmallow recently. Here are some of the most interesting things that you can expect to see in phones running it.
There are many ISPs that have either not switched over to IPv6 or have only partially made the implementation. What’s the holdup? Should you be worried?
Many websites have declared war on ad blockers by claiming that their use drops their revenue. Are ad blockers really killing the Internet?