Avi Schiffmann, the Mercer Island, Wash., high school student who gained an international following with a website he built to track the coronavirus pandemic, has launched a new site with information about protests currently happening across the... Read More
If you haven’t yet tried Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser, where have you been?
Okay. To be fair, since it launched in January, users were forced to manually install it. From this week, Microsoft is now pushing it to users via... Read More
Facebook has introduced a new Manage Activity tool that lets users bulk delete or archive old posts. The tool helps people get rid of reminders of old relationships, unprofessional posts, cringe-worthy posts, or old posts that no longer reflect their... Read More
While the protests over George Floyd’s death rage across the nation, Warner Bros. has reacted by making its 2019 film “Just Mercy” available to stream for free for the month of June. Via YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and Google... Read More
A successful attack can give them access to an organization’s servers, confidential documents, and valuable company data. Taking steps to protect your remote work can save tremendous headaches and lots of money.
Here are five recommendations for... Read More
Video streaming platforms have become major global financial success stories, and new copycat platforms are popping up every other day. But who are the major players in the video streaming world?
Well, one is obvious, Youtube, the go to platform... Read More
Google has helped launch a public awareness campaign to keep people from falling for online scams that capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic.
The campaign, Scam Spotter, aims to spread the basics of online awareness, like how to recognize a... Read More
Millions of Americans may be able to tap into their retirement savings for financial help due to the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, anybody who is under the age of 59½ can take out a hardship withdrawal of... Read More
SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live announced the launch of “Camp KPL”, a series of fun at home summer camp activities and projects, upbeat family-friendly music and more, beginning on Monday, June 1 and running throughout the summer.... Read More
HBO Max launched and I’m still figuring out the difference between Now & Go. If you had HBO Now prior to today, your app will automatically update to HBO Max.
🏾 HBO Go – if you have HBO apart of your cable package and want to... Read More
YouTube is no longer recognizing 720p as High Definition content.
Users of YouTube’s desktop site and mobile app are no longer seeing the HD badge next to the 720p resolution option.
Instead, the platform now considers content in 1080p as... Read More
As educators prepare for a busy summer getting ready for a new school year that will most likely include some online learning, finding good content will be key.
During this spring’s hectic shift into remote learning, companies from around... Read More
Due to the recent pandemic, online retailers are seeing a spike in sales of Bane masks. Turns out, the headgear made popular by Tom Hardy’s character in The Dark Knight Rises is becoming a much-coveted accessory for folks looking for face... Read More
Out of work or have some extra time while in quarantine, this could be the perfect time to improve your career.
According to Biography, Isaac Newton helped change the world while in quarantine from the plague, and so could you!
Experts advise... Read More
Apple tweaked its facial recognition system to make it easier to unlock your iPhone while wearing a mask.
The tweak included in iOS 13.5, which was released on Wednesday, is subtle. Users with up-to-date software will now see an... Read More