The Nintendo Switch’s portable design makes it great for multiplayer fun. Here are the best Nintendo Switch local multiplayer games to play on your couch.
Computers, laptops, and phones all use routers to transmit data. This makes them a target for hackers. Here are some ways hackers can attack home routers for their own use.
There are plenty of Nintendo Switch accessories to help you get the most out of the console. Here are the 5 best Switch accessories you can get right now.
There are both HDMI splitters and switches that allow you to manage multiple HDMI devices. Let’s take a look at what both of these are and how they help.
These days a lot of phones come with wireless charging compatibility. Let’s compare both wireless and wired charging and see where each one shines.
Microsoft has announced they’ll be allowing users to control their updates. Scheduled for the May 2019 update, you’ll be able to review and download updates manually.
During tax season, scammers can slip in their scams while people are in a frenzied state and get their malware onto the victim’s computer.
While Google ceased support of Inbox for Gmail, you can still turn your regular Gmail into an Inbox simulacrum that replicates the Inbox experience as closely as possible.
Serverless computing is a new trend that allows developers to host their apps and websites without having to run or maintain a server. Find out how it works here.
Hackers always have to resort to new tactics to get the victim to pay up. A recent ransomware author used the victims’ porn habits against them.
A future Windows 10 update will enable a separate process for folders by default. This will reduce the impact folders have when they crash.
Recently, Office Depot and Support.com were collectively fined $35 million dollars for lying to customers about fake malware reports. Here’s how to protect yourself.
A new Chrome update looks at what Windows 10’s dark mode settings are and replicates them as closely as possible within the browser itself.
The accelerometer is the component in your phone that detects if you are holding it upright or sideways. Find out how an accelerometer works in a smartphone.
Windows 7 will reach the end of its supported life in January 2020. Many companies still use Windows 7 to run their businesses. How will this affect them?
You may have come across the term “ping,” but what is a “ping” really? What does it mean in the computing world, and why does it have such an odd name?
If you love gaming but don’t want to spend a lot of money on PC games, here are some of the best websites where you can pick out games for cheap.
Scammers have taken to Facebook in hopes of cheating its vast user base out of their personal information. Look out for these Facebook scams that are making the round.