Android devices are always getting more capable thanks to the efforts of Google and its OEM partners, but that’s only part of the equation. Your phone can get more useful and entertaining instantly when a handy new app or engrossing game is installed. The problem, though, is figuring out which of the many new titles in the Play Store are worth your time. Well, here they are. After many hours of toil and testing, these are the best new apps and games you can get on Android right now. Continue reading
But you can protect yourself from phishing schemes.
If 2016 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be more careful with our online safety. On Wednesday Yahoo announced that a breach three years ago may have resulted in the theft of data from 1 billion of its users. It follows other recent announcements from LinkedIn, Dropbox and Tumblr.
Hillary Clinton lost the expected win for the presidency, thanks to many factors. The hacking of her campaign e-mail didn’t help. How did it happen? Clinton’s campaign manager apparently thought the request from Google to change his password was official. The CIA thinks the email scams were courtesy of Russia. Continue reading
The decisions have to be made as to how to act and to act now! Continue reading
Apple has come out with its list of the top 20 downloaded apps for 2016. No surprises here:
Will your next car talk to traffic lights? Are diesel engines on their last gasp? Have electric vehicles charged into the mainstream?
Those are some of the questions new technologies and vehicles may answer in 2017. Continue reading
Sometimes it is unbelievable how connected we are these days. With cellphones at our hips, tablets at our sides, and laptops we can take anywhere, connecting with someone is as easy as reaching for the nearest electronic device.
What would it be like to be suddenly disconnected? What if you lost the ability to use those devices you are so used to having?
If you’ve got an impossible-to-buy-for brother or a tech-minded relative, this list will point you in the right direction. You can’t go wrong with a tech gift. Continue reading
According to a report by security firm Check Point, the latest development on malware propagation is the utilization of image files that come from social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn.