Microsoft promised to stop installing unstable updates when you click “Check for Updates” and now it’s delivering. Rather than automatically installing such updates, Windows gives you a “Download and install now” button. The button started... Read More
Video conferencing company Zoom is set to go public this week, but its future could have been a lot different, according to a new report.
Recode reported that Microsoft has persistently tried to acquire Zoom over the years, with the latest... Read More
Microsoft’s Skype for Web refresh is here, meaning Chrome and Edge users no longer need to use the service’s standalone app to get access to features such as HD video calling and call recording. The service has also received a... Read More
It’s hard to believe that 2018 has already come and gone, but a new year is upon us.
It has become something of a tradition for me to dedicate my last column of the year to making tech predictions for the upcoming year. I like to keep these... Read More
Privacy policies—which are commonly outlined in a website’s privacy statement—should clearly explain what data the website gathers about you, how it is used, shared, and secured, and how you... Read More
Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time.
Surviving R Kelly
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Information is the currency of the internet. Your privacy on the internet depends on your ability to control both the amount of personal information that you provide and who has access to that information.
Is your information at risk on the... Read More
Despite the shutdown of Go90, Verizon’s attempt to create mobile-first programming for young audiences, brands and marketers have more options for long-form online video than ever.
The three-year-old Go90 never quite figured out how to grab a big... Read More
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,... Read More
Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of business networking site LinkedIn is starting to pay off – at least in terms of product integrations that make sense. The company today announced that LinkedIn integration within Outlook.com is now going... Read More
Who isn’t ready to bid for the rights to stream NFL games? The current list is Google, Twitter, Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, Facebook…..and now possibly LinkedIn?!?!?!
The Microsoft-owned business social network, best known for displaying the... Read More
New research by Parks Associates reveals more than one-fifth of U.S. broadband households have a technical support subscription. According to 360 View: Supporting the Connected Consumers, Best Buy is currently the leading provider of technical... Read More
Today’s IT organizations are asked to meet two often opposing requirements: providing employees with software they want to use, wherever they want to use it, while protecting their company’s most valuable information. Leading businesses are... Read More
Microsoft just announced a new-entry level smartphone that costs only $20 USD. The 2G-based Nokia 105 features a “1.4-inch color display, can store up to 2,000 contacts, offers FM radio and promises up to 35 days of standby time.” If only... Read More