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Two-step authentication is common now. You probably use it when signing in or signing up for Gmail or other mail services, and you may use it for some social networks. Instagram is the latest social network to join the two-step ranks. Why is this type of security important, and »03/24/2017, Alex Choi
Great speakers make movies sound better (or Netflix shows). While you don’t need to buy the most expensive speakers on the market, you should consider investing in some well-built speakers if you want better sound. Bookshelf speakers are compact, relatively well designed (depending on the brand), and monetarily accessible. Here »03/17/2017, Paul Meyer
Yesterday, WikiLeaks dumped a massive amount of files on the Internet. Those files claim that the US Government (USG) has been using various devices to spy on certain people. The nature of this spying has a lot of tech companies (including Apple and Samsung) writing statements to its public today. »03/08/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, Amazon Web Services (AWS) went down. The three-hour outage caused a lot of problems for customers on the East Coast using AWS (only the East Coast branch was impacted). Some of those customers included Medium, Quora, Business Insider, and a slew of companies that use AWS regularly. Additionally, the »03/03/2017, Alex Choi
WhatsApp has been touted as the most secure messenger app since BlackBerry’s original messenger service (BBM). But recent security flaw exposure has caused a lot of people to think twice about the security of WhatsApp. Trusting Free Messenger Apps Facebook (parent company of WhatsApp) has repeatedly told the public that »01/16/2017, Jim Lewis
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Artificial intelligence in the form of phone assistance isn’t anything new at this point. Apple led the pack with Siri, but other companies have started to create these assistants too. The latest company to jump into the AI craze is Samsung. While Samsung tried creating an AI assistant a »03/20/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
As someone that writes on a Mac laptop, I can honestly say that the keyboard needs a bit of improvement. Sure it’s thin and compact, but that’s kind of the issue when it comes to typing. Mac keyboards aren’t the most comfortable of all, but finding a keyboard that looks »07/08/2016, Michael Murphy
I’m not a fan of radios on the beach or at the pool. But there’s always some guy with a portable radio blasting the type of music that most people can’t stand. If you’re that guy, you’ll want a portable radio that works well, has a great battery life, »05/06/2016, Steve Luck
Google’s next Android operating system has been released to developers for beta testing. The new mobile operating system is called Android-N, and there are quite a few differences. Here’s what is known so far about the new OS. Split Screens One of the things that is most exciting »03/10/2016, John Cook
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SmartRoster generates schedules for churches or other enterprises. Enter people, roles, events, work-together preferences, absences, and SmartRoster automatically builds the schedule for distribution by email or hardcopy. Very visual and easy to use!
Super Socks5Cap like sockscap and socks finder, is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a HTTPS or SOCKS4/SOCKS5/SSH proxy server and Super Network Tunnel Client/Server proxy
Disk Defrag will speed up your computer by optimizing file system. It can defragment files, consolidate free space and move system files to the faster part of the disk. With Disk Defrag you'll get the maximum out of your hard drive performance.
HyperTerminal Private Edition is a terminal emulation program that supports communications over TCP/IP networks, Dial-Up Modems, and serial COM ports.
WeatherAloud reads weather forecasts and conditions aloud from over 7500 locations worldwide. Wake up to your local forecast, listen to hourly temperatures from your favorite vacation spot, or hear conditions where your distant loved ones are.