What No One Tells You About Public WiFi

Tens of millions of us in the US alone daily log into public WiFi networks – in coffee shops, on airplanes, at airports, in hotels, at libraries, in schools, in shopping malls.  Word of advice: just stop. Earlier this year a USA Today reporter dropped a bomb when he reported that on an American Airlines … Continue reading “What No One Tells You About Public WiFi”

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5 Tips to Prevent Smartphone Thefts and Protect Your Information

Our smartphones form an integral part of our lives. Let’s face it: whether you are a student or a working professional; you simply cannot go a day without your smartphone. It is the only gadget that goes with you wherever you go – at work or school, on a date, by your bedside, in a … Continue reading “5 Tips to Prevent Smartphone Thefts and Protect Your Information”

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Do You Know What’s On Your Lost Phone?

How devastated would you be if you lost your wallet or purse?  All of your credit cards gone.  Cash too.  And perhaps travel passes, office access smartcard, driving licence, ID card, store loyalty cards, and more. Maybe it’s already happened to you.  You probably remember how terrible it made you feel.  And maybe you subsequently … Continue reading “Do You Know What’s On Your Lost Phone?”

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Is Google Bulldozing the Games Developers Over Flash?

On May 9th, Google announced its intention to deprecate Flash in favor of implementing HTML5 by default on its Chrome web browser. After so long being the mainstay of rich media, interactive websites and polished presentations, Flash could finally be moving over for a successor. It’s true that HTML 5 has several aspects to recommend … Continue reading “Is Google Bulldozing the Games Developers Over Flash?”

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