Category: Technology (page 2 of 9)

Watch Out For This Netflix Scam Trying To Trick You!

There is almost 1.5 million new phishing sites popping up every month – and they’re becoming more sophisticated and harder to detect. Even the savviest cybersecurity professionals can fall victim to these scams. Read about the latest scam aimed... Read More

How many new phishing sites pop up every month?

Every month, almost 1.5 million new phishing websites are created. This is according to a new report by Webroot, showing just how big of an industry phishing really is. The Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends Report says that 1.385 million new phishing... Read More

Soundstream Debuts New Apple CarPlay Source Unit

In a continued effort to provide the latest in innovation and technology, Soundstream will be introducing an all-new Apple CarPlay®  unit in the coming weeks. As an added bonus, this unit will also be SiriusXM-Ready™ (SVX300 Connect Vehicle Tuner... Read More

3 Surprising Ways Video Advertisers Can Beat the Ad-Blockers

Nowadays, it’s nearly impossible to find a video advertiser or marketer who’s unfamiliar with the growing problem of ad blockers. As of January 2017, advertising analytics company PageFair discovered 615 million devices employed some sort of ad... Read More

What is Browser Hijacking?

We’ve noticed that browser hijackers are among the most common complaints among users whose computers have been infected. Unlike many viruses that linger silently in the background, browser hijackers prominently disrupt the experience of going... Read More

Say Goodbye to Google Drive and Say Hello to Backup and Sync

Google Drive for both the PC and Mac will begin to die on December 11, Google said this week. Depending on whether you’re a business user or a strict consumer, it will be reborn as one of two new apps: Backup and Sync, for consumers, or Drive File... Read More

IoT trends that will define 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) wasted no time spreading across the world and connecting millions of individuals. In just a few short years, billions of sensors redefined how businesses operated and how people interacted with one another, and that was... Read More

The OTT Takeover

The fact that a relatively inexpensive internet streaming box can add in not just one but three HDR options should drive the point home clearly: OTT delivery is now the place to innovate, rather than relying on OTA innovation as had been done in years... Read More

Is 4K finally coming to the Apple TV?

It’s Apple rumor time. Tech publications have been buzzing that Apple will announce the iPhone 8 at an event on September 12. Yesterday, Bloomberg added that Apple will announce upgraded Apple TV and Apple Watch models at the same time. The... Read More

Virus alert: Locky ransomware

There is news that the Locky ransomware has been reactivated and it is now spreading using a new spam campaign. Here is a summary of what you should know: It’s  ransomware: the virus will encrypt the victim’s computer files until a ransom is... Read More

The next 10 total solar eclipses

Monday marked the first total solar eclipse to cross the US from coast to coast in 99 years. You might have heard from many that it’s a once in a lifetime event, that you’ll never see a total eclipse ever again. But that’s not... Read More

Acronis True Image 2018 Brings AI-Based Data Protection To Home Users

 The Industry’s First Intelligent Backup with an A.I.-based Ransomware Defense Redefines Personal and Home Office Data Protection Acronis, a global leader in hybrid cloud data protection for business and consumers, today introduced Acronis True... Read More

How to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse Safely

Looking directly at the sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the moon entirely blocks the sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality... Read More

The 10 most expensive cities for hiring tech talent

Wondering where to make your next tech hires? According to a report from CBRE Research evaluating tech talent markets in 50 U.S. and Canadian markets, some of the most concentrated areas of tech talent are also the most expensive cities for businesses... Read More

Live streaming showdown: #YouTube or #Facebook

Whether you’re a business, a blogger, or a journalist – live streaming on social platforms is an excellent way to build a following and grow your brand. YouTube and Facebook are both popular choices for content creators looking to increase... Read More

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