There is a range of employee monitoring software designed to keep tabs on employees. How legal is this, and can a boss get into serious legal trouble?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard the term Net Neutrality thrown around on the Internet. Here’s the latest update on Net Neutrality.
A new strain of Android malware called xHelper is making the rounds. What makes it notable is how persistent it is, with some saying it’s unremovable!
Windows doesn’t natively support the “Always on Top” feature that is found in Linux. Fear not: here are some ways to enable Always on Top for Windows.
If you’ve ever wanted to save a webpage, WebSatchel specializes in saving pages exactly as they are when you save them so you can store them for later use.
The world is crazy about the blockchain, and now there is a blockchain operating system. So why does an operating system need to be built on blockchain?
Hackers have developed many tricks to get their malware payload onto people’s systems, and we saw the first case of WAV files carrying malware recently.
There are a lot of VPNs out there. Before you put down cash for a VPN service, be sure to check for these features to filter out the bad VPNs.
The TREBLAB xFIT true wireless earbuds were comfy and the sound quality was great. They are recommended for anyone interested in listening to music as they jog.
The term “keyboard ghosting” is a lot less scary than it sounds. Despite this, the question remains: what is ghosting, and why should you care about it?
Microsoft keeps a banned file extension list for its outlook service. Here is how to circumvent the list and send the banned file extensions to others.
It’s no surprise that hospitals are under constant cyber-attack, and the new wave of ransomware attacks left them unable to take in new patients. Here are the details.
It’s hard to find a free PDF converter that can convert all your PDF files while still maintaining a high quality. PDF WIZ, however, performs impressively.
You can use an Internet speed test to see how fast your Internet speed is and whether it’s what the ISP promised. Here are the best Internet speed test sites.
Have you ever wanted to stream a game to your friends? Discord’s new “Go Live” feature allows users to stream their games directly to their friends.
USB hubs are a useful way to get more out of a single USB port. Here are some things to look for when buying a USB hub so it will fulfill your needs.
Skidmap is a Linux-based cryptojacker which mines cryptocurrency on Linux machines, and Skidmap has features that make it hard to locate and stop.
What if you want to allow your guests to cast to your Chromecast without connecting to your Wi-Fi? Here’s a way to use Chromecast without connecting to Wi-Fi.
Malware developers are hard at work disguising their payloads as educational material. A majority of the pirated textbooks online contain malware within.
Malware distributors can hide their attack by making a direct copy of a popular website, such as a VPN site, and provide a download with hidden malware.
If you own an ink printer, you’ll know how expensive it is to refill it with ink. Here are some of the reasons why printer ink is so epensive.
What if a virus infects your PC and hides when you open the Task Manager? This is what the Norman miner malware does, making it hard to detect.
People use GPS extensively every day, but not many people know how it actually works. Let’s open the hood on GPS and see how it works.
If you’re interested in doing some research on a teacher, these are the best three sites to rate your teachers or professors online.
As WPA3 functionality is rolling out across the world, hackers are already looking for ways to hack it. Here are some WPA3 flaws that need to be fixed.
Destructive malware is still very much out there. It’s just not targeting your home PCs anymore! It is now targeting business, where the real money is.
tomtoc supplies a range of Nintendo Switch cases to fit different needs. This review covers a number of the different Nintendo Switch cases tomtoc carries.
Have you ever bought a device and wished later on that it is Bluetooth-enabled? Thankfully, this guide shows you how to add Bluetooth to a non-Bluetooth device.
One hidden tool in Windows 10 is the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool. It’s not something you really need most of the time. Here’s what the MSDT does.
You may have seen the term “4K” when shopping for a TV. Many people are confused by this term. So, what is 4K, and what does it mean for your TV?
You have probably seen all the adverts for Amazon Prime on the Amazon site. What do you really get when you subscribe to Amazon Prime, and is it worth it?
We spend a lot of time looking at monitors. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to prevent eye strain, and most are just habits you can implement into your daily life!
Your CPU temperature can get so high that it breaks the computer. Here we explore how a CPU overheats, what causes it, and how to cool it down.
Recently, Microsoft went into red alert after Windows came under attack from a fileless malware called Astaroth. Find out more about Astaroth and how to protect yourself.
The Nintendo Switch requires you to connect to Wi-Fi to get online. Thankfully, you can also connect the Nintendo Switch to an Ethernet connection. Here’s how.
If you have a PS4, you may have noticed the “Share” button on your controller. Let’s take some time to explore how to share videos and screenshots on PS4.
Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft launched subscription services for their gaming consoles. Here is what is covered in each package and which is the best for you.
Barcodes are still much in use today. If you have a need to scan barcodes regularly, here are some of the best barcode scanner apps for Android that you can use.
You should be careful about the information you reveal on social media. Revealing that you work for the government can lead to you being targeted by spies!
The temperature of your computer’s processor is pretty vital for keeping it healthy. Learn how you can check CPU temperature in Windows 10 and keep it cool.
If you’re an avid console gamer, you’ll know how exciting it is to hear about all the new console news being released. Here’s what we know about each console so far.
If you recently updated your Windows device and noticed that some of your Bluetooth devices have stopped working, this is a deliberate decision by Microsoft for the sake of your OS security.
An old exploit of Microsoft Office is still circling the Internet. The problem is, this exploit was fixed back in 2017, and it’s still doing damage to this day!
Want to play games that allow players to team up online to fight a computer-played enemy? Check out some of the best online co-op games for Nintendo Switch.
Microsoft is starting to display advertisements in Windows, and now malicious ads were found in the pool of adverts. Here’s how to safeguard yourself.
When the Windows volume is all the way up but things are still too quiet, here are some ways you can try to increase the maximum volume in Windows 10.
As users switched from torrenting to illegal streaming, malware developers have also come up with malware that target illegal streaming. Here are 3 of them.
If your child plays a lot of games on the Nintendo Switch, you can let them play these eductional games so they can play and learn at the same time.
Recently, we’ve witnessed a WhatsApp security exploit where all the hacker had to do was to call the victim. Here is how it works, and how you can protect yourself.
Have you noticed that Huawei has been under fire recently? Huawei has gone from a respected technology giant to a banned service within the US. What caused all this?