Category: Technology (page 1 of 10)

Steps to opt out of Facebook’s platform data sharing

You shouldn’t have to do this. You shouldn’t have to wade through complicated privacy settings in order to ensure that the companies with which you’ve entrusted your personal information are making reasonable, legal efforts to protect it.... Read More

Explaining Google’s Chromium browser

Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, but there would be no Chrome without Chromium, the open source project that underpins it. Here’s what Chromium is, where you can download it and how it shapes your online experience. What is the... Read More

#EsportsActivate – showcases the future of esports and competitive gaming!

Yesterday, the inaugural #EsportsActivate showcase featured several of America’s leading e-sports organizations who presented their media, experiential & digital and sponsorship dollars in #Esports and competitive gaming to marketers at the Sony... Read More

Cracking The Crypto Code

Cryptocurrencies are the latest trends, with good reason. In 2017, we saw the crypto market explode and prices soar. Investors are now looking to see if it is the right choice to invest in cryptocurrencies and if so then what coin? This infographic... Read More

Wireless firms rollout 5G hotspots prior to mobile device deployment

AT&T and Verizon have admitted it’s unlikely we will see 5G-compatible phones in 2018 and, as a result, will both look to introduce the fifth generation of mobile technology via portable hotspots at some point this year. “I would expect that... Read More

Facebook Live Streaming Tips

For many groups, nonprofit organizations, and government departments, Facebook Live provides all of the tools necessary to organize a live-streaming event—an event calendar, publishing tools to get streams up and running, live interaction with... Read More

Protecting Your Identity Online With 4 Essential Tips

With Valentine’s Day this week we all have love on the brain. Online dating has become increasingly popular so meeting new people isn’t what it used to be. That being said, it’s important to know how to protect yourself and your... Read More

Five Things You’re Doing That Are Compromising Your Online Safety

By Dr. Eric Cole Just like we work to improve our physical health and well-being, it’s also vitally important to improve our cyber health and keep ourselves safe from online danger. Here are five easy fixes to keep yourself cyber safe this year: 1.... Read More

The 100 Worst Passwords of 2017

How many of us are guilty of using the same password for our emails, online banking, and social media? How many times have we used our birthday or pet’s name as a password? How about password, 12345, or even monkey? Unfortunately by using simple,... Read More

Quick Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft & Fraud

If you thought that the promising (albeit modest) drop in the total dollars stolen by identity thieves in 2015 was a harbinger of things to come, think again. According to the just released 2017 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Research, the number of... Read More

The Pros And Cons of #NetNeutrality

The net neutrality debate has been an ongoing fight between consumers and telecom giants. This past summer, the Internet held a day of action to raise awareness against the Federal Communications Commissions attacks. Unfortunately, this was not... Read More

The Future of Online Video in 2018

2017 was a banner year for over-the-top video, and digital video in general. Paid OTT “skinny bundles” now have millions of subscribers, new niche entrants made their mark, and advanced video advertising continued to evolve and mature. But now... Read More

Updates For Meltdown And Spectre Flaws – Install Now!

Tech companies are scrambling to help consumers protect their personal information after two major flaws in computer chips came to light. The bugs — dubbed “Meltdown” and “Spectre” — threaten billions of devices, including... Read More

Nintendo Switch becomes fastest-selling console in US history

Today, Nintendo announced that the Switch has become the fastest-selling home game console ever in the United States. It surpassed the previous record holder, the Nintendo Wii.   Since launching on March 3, 2017, the Switch sold over 4.8 million... Read More

TOPS OF 2017: Television And Social Media

There’s still plenty of great television to come as 2017 draws to a close, but while TV programming has offered a diverse set of creative content—from shows with ice zombies, to murder mysteries, to real-life quarreling socialites, to shows with... Read More

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