Author: Andrew

We all want a faster PC. But most of us don’t want to actually pay for a faster PC. Do you want to speed up your PC without buying a new one or paying for a costly upgrade? Today, we’re showing you the top 5 best tools you can use to speed up your PC today – for free. 4) CCleaner (Free) We’ll start with a program most...

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When you think about the worst case scenario with hacking, you probably think of losing all your files or buying a new computer. But a new study shows there’s a worse worst case scenario: hacking can kill you. A new study shows that hacking will kill someone within 10 years – and that it may have already happened. As you may have guessed, that study references the rise...

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Have you ever looked at your computer monitor and thought, “Is this thing looking at me?” If so, then you might not be crazy. Computer monitors can be hacked just like any other piece of technology. So when you’re staring at the screen reading this message, there could be someone on the other side staring right back at you. How creepy is that? In any case, a new...

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It’s been rumored that Apple has been working on a virtual reality system for months. And now, thanks to Tim Cook, we finally have confirmation. In an interview with The Washington Post, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that Apple was “doing a lot of things” in terms of augmented reality technology. He also stated that he believes AR is a “core technology” for Apple: “I think AR...

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80% of Americans pay too much for their internet. If you’re like most people, you’re paying too much for too little internet. As the price of internet plans continues to rise, it’s time consumers like you fought back. Today, we’re giving you three tips that will help you reduce the cost of internet in your home – guaranteed: Figure Out How Much Internet You Really Need The first...

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Microsoft Edge recently became a much superior browser. Thanks to the Anniversary Update, Edge now lets you install browser extensions. For years, browser extensions have been the difference between Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Put simply, most of us rely on extensions for our day to day browsing. Without extensions, Microsoft’s browsers have had trouble competing. Thankfully, Edge now has extensions. And it has a surprising number...

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Whether you or your kids are into Pokemon Go, you’re going to face some serious security problems. Pokemon Go is a lot of fun – but it’s also exposing us to various exploits. With that in mind, we’re going to teach you how to enhance your security and have fun while playing Pokemon Go at the same time. 4) Only Download Versions of the App from the...

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi recently released its Mi Notebook Air, a $750 MacBook rival that promises similar performance at half the price. Is the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air really as sleek as it looks? How do you buy it in the United States? Find out today as we review the Mi Notebook Air. What Is It? Over the past few years, Xiaomi – which once exclusively made smartphones...

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Are you going traveling this summer? Wi-Fi is like your lifeblood. Unless you have a nifty foreign data plan, Wi-Fi is what you use to Skype with friends back home, upload photos to cloud storage, check in with family, and perform all other essential tasks. Whether you’re using a phone, tablet, or laptop, you’re a big target when traveling. Like it or not, you’re usually going...

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A new security report shows wireless keyboards from several major vendors use no encryption when sending wireless communication data to their USB dongles. This could allow hackers to intercept and collect the data, stealing information like passwords. It could even allow hackers to send their own data to the wireless keyboard dongle, sending command lines to take over a targeted computer. The attack method is called KeySniffer....

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