5 Better Things to Do When Netflix Goes Down

5 Better Things to Do When Netflix Goes Down

Are you so hooked on Netflix that you find life meaningless when it goes down? Here are 5 better things to do then staring at the screen hoping for signs of life.

By James Milin-Ashmore -
How to Create Multiple Signatures in Gmail

How to Create Multiple Signatures in Gmail

It’s fairly simple to add a signature in Gmail, but the options are limited. Here’s a simple hack for you to create and switch between multiple signatures easily.

By Robert Zak -
How to Add Night/Dark Mode to Chrome and Firefox

How to Add Night/Dark Mode to Chrome and Firefox

When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.

By Simon Batt -
Did The U.S. “Give Up” Control of the Internet?

Did The U.S. “Give Up” Control of the Internet?

The United States has relinquished control of IANA to ICANN, effectively giving up its influential stake on the Internet. What does this mean? Did The U.S. just give up control of the Internet? Let’s find out!

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
6 of the Best Chrome Extensions for Students

6 of the Best Chrome Extensions for Students

There are many Chrome extensions for students that will help with research and completing projects. Here are the some of the best Chrome extensions that every student should have.

By Karrar Haider -
Export and Retain Formatting from Google Docs

Export and Retain Formatting from Google Docs

Are you unable to retain formatting from Google Docs? Here’s how you can retain formatting from Google Docs when you export your document to another file type.

By Christopher Harper -
How to Avoid Getting Demonetized by YouTube

How to Avoid Getting Demonetized by YouTube

Don’t panic! Getting demonetized by YouTube sounds scary, but it’s highly unlikely. If you’re worried, follow these simple steps to protect your content.

By Toni Matthews-El -
How to Start a WordPress Blog

How to Start a WordPress Blog

Want to start a WordPress blog but are not sure how to get started? This step-by-step guide will set you up with web hosting and show you how to get WordPress installed in minutes.

By Charnita Fance -
How to Delete Google History Permanently

How to Delete Google History Permanently

Privacy and security concerns are a big deal for modern Internet users, and for that reason you may want to know how to delete Google history permanently.

By Christopher Harper -
3 Useful Plugins to Check For Broken Links in WordPress

3 Useful Plugins to Check For Broken Links in WordPress

Checking for broken links is one of the most tedious, yet necessary, tasks for your site. Luckily, there are tools to automate this. WordPress users can use these plugins to check for broken links.

By Ada Ivanova -
Would an Online Court of Law Be a Good Idea?

Would an Online Court of Law Be a Good Idea?

A proposal was put forth to establish an online court for claims totaling up to 25,000 pounds. Would this be beneficial or spell disaster for the country?

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Set Up Email Forwarding in WordPress.com

How to Set Up Email Forwarding in WordPress.com

If you have a blog with a custom domain name at WordPress.com, you can set up email forwarding in WordPress.com to redirect your email to a personal mailbox. Here’s how to do it.

By Simon Batt -
5 Sites to Get Custom Gifts Online

5 Sites to Get Custom Gifts Online

If you are looking to get custom gifts online, not only t-shirts, mugs, or device cases, here are 5 sites you should check out.

By Ada Ivanova -
5 Ways to Protect Your Health Records from Hackers

5 Ways to Protect Your Health Records from Hackers

Hackers can do a whole lot more with stolen healthcare records than they can with banking information these days. Here are five tips for securing your healthcare records against online thieves.

By Cosette Jarrett -
Top 7 Paypal Alternatives for Online Payment

Top 7 Paypal Alternatives for Online Payment

PayPal is the most popular payment system online, but sometimes it is not an option. The following 7 payment services are good Paypal alternatives you should check out.

By Ada Ivanova -
Cyber Laws You Might Not Know About

Cyber Laws You Might Not Know About

New cyber laws are created each year, but many people have no idea they exist. Could you be doing something illegal online and not even know it?

By Toni Matthews-El -
Improve Your Browsing Experience with OneVPN – Review

Improve Your Browsing Experience with OneVPN – Review

There are plenty of VPN service providers on the market, and it can be difficult to find the best. OneVPN claims to be the “Most Secure and Fastest VPN Service for Everyone”. Let’s see how it performs.

By Damien -
MTE Explains: What Is a “Man in the Middle Attack?”

MTE Explains: What Is a “Man in the Middle Attack?”

For an attack carried out over the Internet to be successful, the hacker behind it has to be clever. And nothing demonstrates wit more clearly than the “man in the middle attack”. It’s time to make people aware of what a “man in the middle” (MiM) attack is and some best practices that could prevent it from being carried out.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -