Things just don’t work the way they should in the Internet. Here are some things you should know about the OpenSSL “Heartbleed” bug and how it affects you.
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If you have thought of learning how to code this summer break, here is a list of some of the most useful resources for you to learn Android and iOS coding.
If you are using Thunderbird as your email client, check out this list of security addons for Thunderbird to secure your emails and protect yourself.
Gmail doesn’t come with an easy way for you to mark all emails as read at once. If you have hundreds of unread email, this trick will be useful to you.
Today, we take a look at a2hosting for WordPress and see how it compares to the rest. We also have a giveaway that includes a year of free web hosting and support.
If one country could ban a website from its borders, what prevents other countries from doing the same? Can Internet regulation ever be good?
When you start to see weird behavior on your PC, it could be signs that your online security has been compromised. Here are 11 signs you should take note of
Technology podcasts are useful for catching up technology news in a short amount of time, Here is a list of some of the best ones out there.
Do you know that you can easily compress your high-res images to smaller size without affecting its image quality? Here’s how image compression works.
Some countries carry out Internet censorship and block their citizens from entering websites. How do they do this? Here’s the answer.
The Internet started 40 years ago and many things have changed since then. Let’s take a look at the future web standards and how they improve the Internet.
While sending emails, there are many ways to secure your mail. docTrackr can encrypt and secure your PDF files when sending it through Gmail.
Google Drive has a hidden function with Forms, and while it creates great surveys and quizzes, it can also be used as a useful organizational tool.
It is important to protect yourself from phishing attacks, whether executed by a hacker or NSA. Here’s what you need to know about phishing attacks.
The Internet is a useful tool for us, but how useful are online video courses? Would you pay to watch them or do you prefer to learn differently?
If you find video content more gripping, there is a gamut of YouTube channels that are waiting to help you solve your technology woes. Here are 7 of them.
If you aren’t reaching enough people on Twitter, try one of the following 5 apps which will help you find the best time to tweet for the best exposure.
Do you know that Gmail comes with a full blown task list function? In this post, I will show you how to make use of the to-do list feature in Gmail.