Monday, September 25, 2017

10 Tips For Using Credit Cards for Shopping Safely Online

    When shopping online, shopping safely online can be a challenge, especially if you stray from the larger e-tailers to get a better deal from a lesser known site. Here are 10 tips to help you gain some peace of mind while shopping online.   1. Check the seller’s customer satisfaction ratings. Other people’s […]

My Computer Has Been Hacked! What To Do Now

   10 Things You Need to Do After Being Hacked You opened an e-mail attachment that you probably shouldn’t have and now your computer has slowed to a crawl and other strange things are happening. Your bank called you saying there has been some strange activity on your account and your ISP has just “null […]

10 Signs Your Computer Might Have a Malware Infection

  Our computer is like a member of our family, when it doesn’t “feel good” or something is wrong with it, we can usually tell. We might not know exactly what is bothering it, but we have a feeling that something is wrong and we want to do everything we can to make them all […]

72 Vermont Ave, Toronto, Annex, C02, For Sale – List Price $1,900,000 SOLD

72 Vermont Ave, Toronto, Annex, C02, has been SOLD                       Community: Annex Type: Residential             Style: 3 Storey                           Bedroom: 5 Bathroom: 5.0             […]

‘Millions’ of Android mobes vulnerable to new Stagefright exploit

  A group of Israeli researchers reckon they’ve cracked the challenge of crafting a reliable exploit for the Stagefright vulnerability that emerged in Android last year. In a paper [PDF] that’s a cookbook on how to build the exploit for yourself, they suggest millions of unpatched Android devices are vulnerable to their design, which bypasses […]

How to get hundreds of paid Android apps and games for free

  Android users, we don’t want you to feel neglected. We always try to help out with useful tips like when we recently told you about three secret settings that give your Android phone a huge speed boost, but sometimes it’s difficult to avoid. For example, we run a daily series on paid iOS apps that […]

Gmail Things You Didn’t Know Gmail Did

  Gmail is really useful. It’s free without feeling cheap. It doesn’t add ads to the signature line of your email messages, and it gives you a very generous amount of storage space. Here’s a few things you may not have known you can do with Gmail. 1.  Turn on Experimental Features With Gmail Labs […]

Google and YouTube Track Your Every Step

    Whether you like it or not, Google, Facebook, and Bing track everything that you do on their sites. Google is particularly far-reaching because it also captures what you do on Gmail, YouTube, and the millions of partner websites who use Google Analytics software. For Google users, this means: every search you perform, every video or web […]

Why Even Bother Trying to Stay Private Online

It’s so difficult to keep your privacy anymore.  In fact, 59% of American web users have given up trying to be completely anonymous online, according to a Pew Research Study. And unless you are running for public office, then why not let Google and Bing and Facebook track your online web habits?Well, truth be told: targeted advertising […]

How to Set Up a New iPhone

  Whether your new iPhone is your first or you’ve been using Apple’s smartphone since 2007, the first thing you must do with any new iPhone is to set it up. This article covers activating an iPhone 6S Plus & 6S, 6 Plus & 6, 5S, 5C, 5, or 4S running iOS 9. RELATED: If your […]

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