Would driverless cars be safe to drive in? We asked our technology-minded writers, “Would you consider riding in a driverless car?
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Many people want to know how to stay safe when on their computers, so we asked our writers, “How can I protect myself on my computer?” Check out our answers.
One of the most interesting things to come from the Internet era has been the ability to shop online. What makes it easier for you to shop online?
A report states that some hackers are making an astonishing $500,000 a day. Would you consider being a hacker if you could make a huge salary?
You don’t have to spend hundreds or thousands on your technology hardware if you rent. Have you ever rented technology hardware?
We’ve gotten used to the idea that using a website or app means it will be tracking our use. But should Facebook and others be able to track non-users?
Recently Mark Zuckerberg made the news when a picture showed his laptop with the camera and microphone covered up. Is covering up your laptop’s microphone and camera a good practice?
Social networks are forcing you to download more than just one app to access all the functions. How do you feel about social networks forcing you to download more apps?
Many hardware manufacturers have pushed their research departments to come up with ways to fit more hardware into smaller spaces. Is this a good thing?
Having a smart home is cool, but it’s not all fun and games. There are some cons and downsides to having a smart home. Let’s go over them.
Everyone seems to have different thoughts on a daily shutdown of their PC. Do you shut down your PC at night? Let us know in this week’s poll.
Typefaces can shape a century of knowledge in their own way. In this article we take a look at those that shaped the period between 1900 and present day.
When it comes to live streaming, in the fight of OBS vs. XSplit, who wins? Let’s compare Open Broadcaster Software and XSplit Gamecaster to find out.
As gadgets and machines take up more and more of our daily lives, they are beginning to tackle more and more of our tasks. Do you take notes electronically or with pen and paper?
Some people have no interest in running mobile apps on their desktop while others welcome it. Here’s a look at why some want to run mobile apps on their PCs.
A new bill has entered the U.S. Congress for a new law requiring the presentation of identification before purchasing prepaid cards. Do you think this is a good thing?
The focus lately on keeping personal information safe has now spread to some messaging apps that offer encryption. Do you bother with messaging apps that use encryption?
Recently Apple users were shocked when their devices were hit with Ransomware as Apple is not known for being susceptible to viruses. What is your opinion of Apple after it was hit with Ransomware?