Apple has closed the Group FaceTime security bug that put users at risk of eavesdropping. The company said in a statement Friday that it has fixed the vulnerability on its servers and that it will issue a software update to re-enable Group FaceTime... Read More
Would you openly allow Facebook to spy on you in return for $20 a month or more?
That’s a genuine question you’ll need to ask yourself after a detailed report published on Tuesday by TechCrunch shed light on the company’s latest data-gathering... Read More
Want to listen in on your friend’s conversations? Thanks to a bug in Apple’s FaceTime service, all you need to do is call them via FaceTime on their iPhone or Mac. You can then use their phone’s microphone to hear what’s going on, even if they... Read More
The next version of Windows 10 will support passwordless Microsoft accounts. Microsoft will just text a code to your phone number when you sign in. It’s all part of Microsoft’s stated goal: “a world without passwords.”
This feature is... Read More
Roku is the number 1 most popular streaming media player in The United States; however, many are likely not taking full advantage of everything it has to offer.
So we wanted to take a moment and show you my top 5 Roku to help you get the most from your... Read More
When we first introduced the new Hulu experience and Hulu with Live TV (beta) in May, we launched on five platforms — Apple TV, Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices, and Chromecast. Focusing on a handful of devices allowed us to learn a lot... Read More
Once in awhile you come across a new piece of equipment that seems so obvious that you wonder why it hadn’t been created sooner. The Meem automatic “Charge it up = Back it up” is one of those devices. In a single easy to install... Read More
Data caps have often been called an attack on cord cutters; however, don’t let them scare you away from becoming a cord cutter. You can be a cord cutter even if your Internet service provider (ISP) has a data cap.
When my family became cord cutters... Read More
Apple will make iOS 8.4, the upgrade necessary to try out the Cupertino, Calif. company’s new streaming music service, available early Tuesday for downloading to iPhones and iPads.
Ian Rogers, director of Apple Music, mentioned an 8 a.m. PT (11... Read More
Facebook is rolled out Instant Articles in its iOS app at 10 a.m. ET today. While there are some major user experience and user interface differences in these stories including auto-playing video and parallax images, the biggest change is the instant... Read More
Designed to inspire cooks of all levels, cooking app SideChef launched its app for iPhone. Similar to the popular iPad version of the app, the iOS 6.0+ iPhone app features step-by-step visual and voice instructions and an expansive library of recipes... Read More
Disconnect Launches the First Privacy App for Children That Actively Prevents Tracking and Targeting
Palo Alto, CA – Disconnect, the developer of popular privacy and security software, is launching their newest app today: Disconnect Kids for iPhone... Read More
MINNEAPOLIS — Millions of kids throughout the world receive iPads and Android tablets as birthday and holiday gifts. The question is: What to do with them? Parents who want their kids to love reading should download the new, FREE StoryCub... Read More
THE OLD FARMER’S ALMANAC LAUNCHES APPS for iOS
Six new apps now available in the iTunes Store
“Our main endeavor is to be useful, but with a pleasant degree of humor.” These words from the Almanac’s founder, Robert B. Thomas have... Read More
Educational toys are a booming industry with sales in the billions every year. But, the fact of the matter is that for young children, almost everything can be educational and you truly don’t have to shell out a dime to have some quality learning... Read More