Category: Technology (page 1 of 12)

Benefits Of Getting Verified On Instagram

In the last few years, Instagram has been rolling out new and exciting changes to their platform. In June 2018, Instagram users were introduced to IGTV (Instagram’s version of social television where users can upload and share 1-hour videos.) And... Read More

Full Sail University Is Building The Largest On-Campus Collegiate Esports Arena in the U.S.

Full Sail University, a private, for-profit college based in Winter Park, Fla., has announced plans to build an on-campus esports arena to support the school’s varsity esports team. At 11,200 square feet, the stadium will be the largest esports... Read More

Three in four Facebook users say they’ll take action over the latest hack

News of a hack affecting 50 million Facebook users made waves Friday among the social network’s more than 2 billion monthly active users. A vulnerability in the site’s “View As” feature, which lets users see what their profile... Read More

Heavy Fire: Red Shadow

Video game publisher and developer Mastiff today announced Heavy Fire: Red Shadow, the next action-packed installment in the Heavy Fire series, will be released on October 16. Heavy Fire: Red Shadow will be available on the Xbox One family of... Read More

Verizon To Start Rolling Out 5G On October 1st

Verizon, which, as we’ve noted, seems to be going the “we’re a technology company” route, is going to be rolling out 5G slightly ahead of the rest of the pack. Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento are the lucky cities chosen for... Read More

Have You Been PWNED?

In what’s becoming an almost regular occurrence, yet another data breach exposing millions of personal records has occurred. Recently, concert ticketing service Ticketfly has announced that 26 million user records have been leaked. With data breaches... Read More

Keeping Tabs on Tech this School Year

Now that summer is winding down, it’s a great time to check in with your kids and ensure they’re interacting with their peers and participating in activities that don’t always revolve around technology. A recent ASHA... Read More

The State Of Malware

Malwarebytes reports that ransomware detections increased 90% between 2016 and 2017 but that development of ransomware families have grown stale. While ransomware continues to be a threat, trends indicate that state sponsored ‘bad actors’ have... Read More

#PhishPoint attacks on Office 365

Over the past two weeks, we detected (and blocked) a new phishing attack that affected Office 365 customers. We estimate this percentage applies to Office 365 globally. PhishPoint marks an evolution in phishing attacks, where hackers go beyond just... Read More

10 Tips for Managing Kids’ Tech Time

The average child age 8 and under in the United States uses more than three personal tech devices—such as a tablet, smartphone, or video game console—at home, according to a new poll of parents conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing... Read More

Arcade Islands: Volume One – Coming to Xbox One and PS4

Beat the summer heat and the back-to-school blues with this kid and family-friendly collection of 33 games for up to four players Video game publisher and developer Mastiff is delighted to announce that Arcade Islands: Volume One, the ultimate... Read More

The Connected TV Experience: Transforming The Living Room

How do you watch video? Chances are high that you watch video across a number of channels and from a variety of sources. Thanks to the evolving media landscape over the past five years, consumers have never had more choice. Today, we watch video across... Read More

Microsoft’s Outlook.com is implementing Dark Mode.

Many Microsoft products have long supported a “dark mode” to make late night work easier on the eyes, though that hasn’t been the case for the web version of the Outlook email program. Soon that will change. Responding to an Outlook.com feedback... Read More

How to cut the cord in 4 easy steps – @RokuPlayer

If you’re like most people who watch cable or satellite television, there are things you love and things you’d love to change. You love the shows, but don’t necessarily need all the superfluous channels – and definitely don’t want to pay for... Read More

YouTube is ‘experimenting’ with your subscription feed

Hold onto your hats, folks. Google’s fixing what isn’t broken again.  Facebook did it. Instagram followed. Even Twitter’s done it to an extent. So it was seemingly only a matter of time until Google gave YouTube the algorithm treatment. In a... Read More

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