Hackers used to spend a lot of time and effort using tools to try and crack usernames and passwords. Now… Read more Computer Security 101: Phishing
Last time I covered password managers in my computer security series. This time I’m going to talk about something that… Read more Computer Security 101: Security Questions and 2 Factor Authentication
In 10 to 15 years when this generation that have grown up with iPhones, iPads and Android devices. Where touch is their first interaction and not the mouse and keyboard. At that time I think all computers will have a touch interface.
I’ve used every Windows version since Windows 95. Yes even the abomination that was Millenium Edition or Windows Me. So… Read more Windows 10 free upgrade is ending
A long time ago I learned a really important lesson. Last Friday I learned something just as important, services suck!… Read more Services suck!
The new talk of the town lately is Virtual Reality or VR and by extension Augmented Reality or AR. There’s Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg with the Occulus Rift along with many other companies that are trying to “crack” VR. Personally I feel like this is not going to be a game changer right out the gate like everyone is expecting simply because I hear everyone talking about how big it’s going to be. I think the potential is there but what I see in my head is in the very distant future.
Working away on my MacBook Pro right now I’m still waiting for my ultimate laptop. The thing that is missing… Read more Give me a laptop with LTE Please!
Passwords and computer security will always be a topic. Every year, for a very long time now, there has been… Read more Passwords and computer security
I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts awhile back. The hosts were talking about Windows Phone and how… Read more Microsoft is at it again with Windows Mobile 10