Gadgets, Lifehacks, Tech

How to Tackle Internet Safety Issues of Tracking, Hacking, and Trading

For many of us, the internet is an inescapable part of our everyday lives. We work, socialize, shop, bank, learn, connect, and are entertained online for what amounts to hours

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Gadgets, Lifehacks, Tech

3 Ways Hackers Are Getting Into Your CCTV Cameras

As our world becomes increasingly connected, another potential risk presents itself. According to online tech magazine Bleeping Computer, tens of thousands of CCTV cameras are vulnerable to hackers thanks to

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Code, Geek, Tech

How You Can Benefit From Disposable E-mail Technology

In the technology filled society that you live in today, everyone is taking advantage of e-mail. Whether you are communicating with friends or colleagues, there are almost no more effective

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Business

A Smart Biz Owner’s Step-By-Step Guide To Protecting Company And Customer Data

What do customers want first and foremost? A business they can trust. But if the recent cybersecurity landscape is any indication, becoming that business is getting harder everyday. Hackers hold

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Gadgets, Reviews, Tech

Review: Cujo Smart Firewall – Cute Tech, Big Protection for Connected Smart Home Devices

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. In today’s fast moving internet

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Lifehacks, Tech

Top 5 Tips to Boost WiFi Performance

WiFi is the most useful and important equipment for PCs and mobile devices. Regardless of the high speed provided by ISP, if your router settings and location is not proper

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Tech

Protect Your Devices to Protect Your Home

With more and more people jumping on the smart home bandwagon, it’s more important than ever to protect your home wireless network, computers, and devices. Our computers, tablets, and smartphones

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Reviews

Review: Rocket VPN App for Internet Freedom Android & iOS

ISP now stands for “invading subscriber privacy” thanks to the US Senate who recently voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers’ explicit consent

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