Are You Putting Off Productivity?

I recently took a good look at what was keeping me from accomplishing what I needed to do. After all, I had my goals. I had them written down. I read my affirmations daily. And still, I was not achieving what I wanted to do. Leaving town was a major... Read More

Protect Your PC from Viruses, Worms & Trojans

Each of the items in the checklist below is part of a broad and easy to implement security policy. Install all windows critical updates for your operating system from the Microsoft Update site - it's free! All that's required to keep your Microsoft operating system up to date is an... Read More

Windows Task Manager in English

You use Ctrl+Alt+Del to see what's running on your PC, to close crashed programs and processes, and to check performance. You probably avoid a few processes whose names mean nothing to you, but they're essential to Windows. svchost.exe sure likes to appear all the time and multiple times at that.... Read More

How To Search Your PC With Google Desktop

In this era of Internet, most people are frequent users of computers. Many of us use computers through out the day, accumulating morasses of information in various formats, which include email, digital photo, word document, spreadsheet, presentation file, ebook, article, other downloaded files, music, visited web pages, and many others.... Read More

A Peek Into the Near Future of Electronics Technology

How long do you think DVDs have around? 20 years? 10 years? Actually, they have only been around for about seven years, but it seems like they have been around much longer. Many of us can hardly remember life before DVDs. That can be attributed to how rapidly we can... Read More

Toshiba Wins Hollywood Support for the HD DVD format

What led them to this choice, as all four studios stated separately, is better performance for the price and copyright protection.The other standard in competition, the Blu-ray disc, unconditionally backed by Sony Pictures Entertainment, is also counting on support from Metro Goldwyn Mayer and Twentieth Century Fox (the latter has... Read More

The Many Benefits of Owning a DVR

Has This Ever Happened To You? OK.. it's Friday night, the kids are asleep, and a movie you've been waiting for is on Pay-Per-View for the first time. You buy the movie, grab a bag of popcorn, get all comfy on the couch, and ten minutes into the movie "RINGGGG"... Read More

Buying a Home Theater Receiver

Buying a receiver is one of the most important decisions you're going to have to make when building your home theater. The receiver has a number of functions including; connecting and switching audio sources; connecting and switching video sources; decoding surround sound formats; amplifying an audio signal and sending it... Read More

Passwords and the Human Factor

Passwords have a strange dual nature. The stronger and safer the password the more likely it will be undermined by human weakness.It is widely known that passwords are the most common means of access control. It is also common knowledge that passwords are the easiest way to compromise a system.... Read More

Looking For an MP3 Player?

If you don't have an mp3 player, and even if you do, you should check out all the new stuff that's going on. I'm hoping this article will give you some idea of what kind of mp3 player you want and some tips on what to look for in an... Read More

In The News:

What are personal tech devices in the schools doing for students?  Idaho State JournalThe school year is ... hold it, got a message. Here are some thought-provoking facts based on the 2018-2019 school year recently released by the Idaho State ...
Burner Apps and No Selfies When Reviewing Restaurants  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Tejal Rao, the California restaurant critic based in Los Angeles, ...
I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have.  The New York TimesOur personal tech columnist asked security researchers what they could find out about him from just his cellphone number. Quite a lot, it turns out.
These startups are making humans and tech collaborate  The Financial ExpressWhen humans collaborate with technology, magic happens. Shifting focus from the competition and on to the co-existence between automation technologies ...
Tech Meets Health Care, Sometimes Shakily  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Katie Thomas, who covers health and is based in Chicago, ...
The Tools for Covering Tech Are the Same as in 2009  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? John Herrman, a reporter for the Styles desk who covers the internet ...
Microsoft says its workers may be listening to users' personal Skype conversations  YourStoryMicrosoft uses both automated and human methods to review voice conversations on Skype and Cortana. As a result, several of its contract workers are tuning ...
When Online Procrastination Is Your Job  The New York TimesThere's a reason that logging off is very important to Amanda Hess, a critic at large who covers the internet and the culture it creates.
Maths and tech specialists need Hippocratic oath, says academic  The GuardianMathematicians, computer engineers and scientists in related fields should take a Hippocratic oath to protect the public from powerful new technologies under ...
Tech Panelists Talk Privacy, Personal Data and "Right to be Forgotten"  Investing News NetworkThe "Future of Privacy" panel at the Blockchain Futurist Conference featured Nadia Diakin-Thibault, Christopher Nguyen and Dina Mainville.
How to stay cool in summer heat: keep cool with tech to fend off the coming heat apocalypse  T3Meteorologists are predicting a scorching August bank holiday in the UK and one suspects Europe will be on the receiving end, too. You'll need ways to keep ...
Kitty Hawk’s Flyer personal VTOL has now flown over 25,000 times  TechCrunchFlying cars, or at least their functional equivalent, edge closer to reality every day — and startup Kitty Hawk wants you to know it's putting in the flying time to ...
Digital transformation: It starts with people, not tech  The Financial ExpressTechnology has upended the customer experience for financial services at a fast and furious pace over the last few years.
Keeping outdated equipment hurts office productivity, morale | Personal Tech  The Oakland PressFrustrated. Angry. Annoyed. Those are all emotions you don't want to feel when you're at work. And far too often, those exact emotions are caused not by people, ...
Microsoft Joins The Club Of Eavesdropping Tech Giants: Report  Inc42 MediaMicrosoft has admitted that third-party contractors listen to user's voice conversations on Skype and virtual assistant Cortana.
Here's how tech giants profit from invading our privacy, and how we can start taking it back  MediaNama.comBy Katharine Kemp. Australia's consumer watchdog has recommended major changes to our consumer protection and privacy laws. If these reforms are ...
Women in tech - invest in your personal development by accelerating change from within  SowetanLIVE Sunday WorldOne of the areas of business in which females are underrepresented is in the fast-growing technology sector.
Amazon Kindle Oasis Review: Now Is the Perfect Time to Buy an E-Reader  The New York TimesIn an era of smartphone addiction, a single-purpose device like an e-reader may help you unplug and focus on *content* that will bring you joy.
Google Maps geek reveals sites of nuclear bomb blast and ‘perfect’ meteor crater in personal quest to find bes  The SunAN EAGLE-EYED Google Maps fan has picked out the site's most breathtaking pictures. American geologist Will, who keeps his surname secret, trawls through ...
Privacy researchers devise a noise-exploitation attack that defeats dynamic anonymity  TechCrunchPrivacy researchers in Europe believe they have the first proof that a long-theorised vulnerability in systems designed to protect privacy by aggregating and ...
Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears  The Oakland PressThe woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn't see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to ...
Major breach found in biometrics system used by banks, UK police and defence firms  The GuardianFingerprints, facial recognition and other personal information from Biostar 2 discovered on publicly accessible database.
Why to abandon your phone while on vacation  Big ThinkA new study highlights what happens when travelers do not use any technology while in foreign destinations. Participants initially reported withdrawal symptoms ...
A Guide to Picking the Right Phone Plan  The New York TimesWhen you prepare to buy a new phone, you should also assess whether it's time for a new wireless plan. Here are some steps to make that process easy.
Google Is Deepening Its Involvement With Egypt's Government  The InterceptGoogle is set to re-staff its Cairo office, which more or less went dormant in 2014, following the military coup that brought Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to power.
Millennial money: Credit score up? Build credit smarts, too  The Oakland PressWell done, America. Credit scores across the nation are going up.
Personal Group Holdings plc (LON:PGH) Plans Dividend of GBX 5.83  Tech Know BitsPersonal Group Holdings plc (LON:PGH) declared a dividend on Thursday, July 25th, Upcoming.Co.Uk reports. Shareholders of record on Thursday, August 8th ...
Pinterest introduces personal shopping hubs, scrollable brand catalogs  Malay MailNEW YORK, Aug 1 — Pinterest has expanded its shopping tools to include a “Picked for You” hub at the top of users' home feeds as well as the ability to browse ...
Facebook admits contractors listened to users' recordings without their knowledge  The GuardianFacebook has become the latest company to admit that human contractors listened to recordings of users without their knowledge, a practice the company now ...
Make Your Own Animated Movies, Frame by Frame  The New York TimesStop-motion animation has been around since the 1800s and still flourishes in the works of studios like Aardman Animations, the force behind “Wallace ...
Millions ‘gambling with personal data’ by accessing fake wifi hotspots, poll suggests  The IndependentMillions of people are gambling with their personal data by blindly accessing fake wifi hotspots, according to a poll. One in five have taken “significant risks” by ...
Chinese regulators wonder if apps are collecting too much data  Tech Wire AsiaChinese internet regulator is now actively seeking to clampdown on the practice of over-collection of personal data by app operators.
Deepfake videos pose a threat, but 'dumbfakes' may be worse  The Oakland PressSophisticated phony videos called deepfakes have attracted plenty of attention as a possible threat to election integrity. But a bigger problem for the 2020 U.S. ...
A.I. Is Learning From Humans. Many Humans.  The New York TimesArtificial intelligence is being taught by thousands of office workers around the world. It is not exactly futuristic work.
Health-tech startup Doxper raises $4 million as part of Series A  LivemintMumbai: Health-tech startup Doxper on Wednesday said it has raised $4 million as part of its Series A round, led by healthcare-focused fund Alkemi Venture ...
Group dating app 3Fun exposed sensitive data on 1.5 million users  TechCrunchMore than 1.5 million users of a group dating *service* had their personal data exposed — including their real-time location — because of a vulnerability in the ...
ReplayAR's Social Augmented Reality App Is Your Personal Time Machine  PRNewswireNEW YORK, Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ReplayAR, a free AR app now available for download on the App Store for iOS devices, allows users to permanently ...
Hate giving up data for access? Tell these Chinese all about it  InkstoneAt a restaurant in China's southern tech hub of Shenzhen, 28-year-old engineer Wang Xiaoxu was hungry. ...
WeWork filed its IPO homework. So we had a look at its small print and... yowser. What has El Reg got itself into?  The RegisterComment WeWork, the office rental upstart that poses as some kind of tech startup incubation facility, has submitted the paperwork for its stock-market debut in ...
Twitter ‘fesses up to more adtech leaks  TechCrunchTwitter has disclosed more bugs related to how it uses personal data for ad targeting that means it may have shared users data with advertising partners even ...
New Study: Google Assistant Bests Siri and Alexa in Answering Questions  InsideHookFor the second year in a row, venture capital firm Loup Ventures put a trio of digital assistants through a rigorous test, quizzing them on 800 different questions.
T-Mobile and Sprint Are Merging. What Does That Mean for You?  The New York TimesThe combined company could potentially lead to higher prices, improved *service* and faster deployment of 5G network technology.
'Deeply concerned' UK privacy watchdog thrusts probe into King's Cross face-recognizing snoop cam brouhaha  The RegisterThe UK's privacy watchdog last night launched a probe into the use of facial-recognition technology in the busy King's Cross corner of central London.
How to Declutter and Organize Your Personal Tech in a Few Simple Steps  The Indian ExpressAccessories and data may not take up much physical space, but they contribute to frustration and anxiety. Here are ways to keep e-junk at bay, Marie ...
Use a fitness app to track your workouts? Your data may not be as protected as you think  USA TODAYUSA TODAY Sports examined what popular fitness-tracking hardware and app companies state in privacy statements and terms of *service*. Is your info safe?
HD Mirror Cam Becomes A Personal Dash Cam In Seconds  WFMYNews2.comThe camera attaches to your rear-view mirror and can record in crucial moments when you need footage to back up your story.
Tech Life Hacks: Track Web activities to protect personal data  The Straits TimesExercising caution when sharing photos and *content* online can reduce the chance of your personal information being used against you. A cool app that shows ...
What the Apple Card gets right, and wrong  Financial TimesThe first thing to know about the Apple Card is that it is not really a card. To be sure, the tech giant's first foray into personal finance includes a bank card, ...
Inside Lanserhof: London’s most high tech gym which uses VR and where membership costs £6,500  Evening StandardHow far would you go in the name of #wellness? Is a £6500 a year gym membership too far? Given some people paid £1000 to attend a goop summit, maybe ...
How a Longtime Tech Editor Keeps His Tech Use Simple  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jim Kerstetter, deputy technology editor in San Francisco, discussed ...
The Sad Truth About Sleep-Tracking Devices and Apps  The New York TimesOur personal tech columnist tracked his sleep for two weeks with an Apple Watch and some software. Here's why he concluded it was a pointless exercise.
‘Fingerprinting’ to Track Us Online Is on the Rise. Here’s What to Do.  The New York TimesAdvertisers are increasingly turning to an invisible method that pulls together information about your device to pinpoint your identity.
The Lonely Work of Moderating Hacker News  The New YorkerAnna Wiener writes on Daniel Gackle and Scott Bell, the *content* moderators of Hacker News, a popular online tech-focussed forum owned by the startup ...
Sensible Footwear by Kate Charlesworth review – an instant classic  The GuardianThis joyous personal history of British LGBTQ life leaves no stone unturned, from Nancy Spain to section 28, D'Oyly Carte to Last Tango in Halifax.
My 2019 tech: Here are the computers, gadgets, and accessories I'm using on a personal basis this year — and which ones I'd recommend  Business InsiderI review a lot of new tech for Business Insider, like headphones, gadgets and accessories. But reviewing tech isn't the same thing as owning it.
Nike Inc (NYSE:NKE) Shares Acquired by First Personal Financial Services  Tech Know BitsFirst Personal Financial Services increased its holdings in shares of Nike Inc (NYSE:NKE) by 14.9% in the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent disclosure ...
I Deleted Facebook Last Year. Here’s What Changed (and What Didn’t).  The New York TimesOur personal tech columnist didn't lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.
Sliding Backward on Tech? There Are Benefits  The New York TimesPamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, decided to downgrade her tech two years ago. It has worked out, with paper and DVDs instead of the ...
'A phoney outsider': Corbyn attacks Johnson as he sets out election pitch  The GuardianLabour leader likens 'hard right' PM to Trump and says he wants a no-deal Brexit 'to create a tax haven for the super rich'
Outside the U.S., It’s All About WhatsApp  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Adam Satariano, a technology correspondent based in London, ...
Browsing LinkedIn and Instagram to Put Herself in Readers’ Shoes  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Anna Dubenko, editor of off-platform strategy, discussed the tech ...
Tech Is Changing New York, but Not How He Reports on the City  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? J. David Goodman, a metro reporter, discussed the tech he's using.
Devices That Will Invade Your Life in 2019 (and What’s Overhyped)  The New York TimesA.I. that responds to your voice. Next-generation wireless networks. If this year's biggest consumer technology trends have a familiar ring, there's a reason for ...
First Personal Financial Services Reduces Position in Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)  Tech Know BitsFirst Personal Financial Services lessened its holdings in shares of Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) by 3.3% during the second quarter, according to the ...
He Reported on Facebook. Now He Approaches It With Caution.  The New York TimesNick Confessore, an investigative reporter who has written about social media and data privacy, has changed his tech habits after what he has learned.
The Tech That Was Fixed in 2018 and the Tech That Still Needs Fixing  The New York TimesFrom Facebook to creepy online ads, the worst tech of the year made the internet feel like an unsafe place to hang out. Yet there were some products that were ...
‘Oversharing’ on Google Calendar, and Making Sure Readers Come Back for More  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jodi Rudoren, associate managing editor for audience, discussed ...
Lifting Journalism by Knowing What Readers Are Looking For  The New York TimesClaudio E. Cabrera, who specializes in search engine optimization, describes how he keeps track of what's hot in search and how that informs coverage — and ...
Google’s Duplex Uses A.I. to Mimic Humans (Sometimes)  The New York TimesIn a free *service*, bots call restaurants and make reservations. The technology is impressive, except for when the caller is actually a person.
Work visa delays prove costly to foreign doctors, and the NHS  The GuardianComplex immigration rules are putting patients at risk as hospitals struggle to fill vacancies, campaigners say.
The Must-Have When Reporting on Disasters: A Satellite Phone  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Thomas Fuller, a national correspondent based in San Francisco, ...
Covering Protests Where There Is a Distrust of Social Media  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Daniel Victor, a reporter in Hong Kong who covers news in Asia and ...
These 2020 Presidential Candidates Are The Most (And Least) Open About Their Finances  ForbesWe scored all candidates, including President Trump, on their level of financial transparency, ranking them on a scale of 0 (closed lips) to 5 (open book).
A Comprehensive Guide to Taking Your Smartphone Abroad for Cheap  The New York TimesFor $15 to $40, you can easily take your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel ...
Collecting Your Thoughts Is Good. Organizing Them Is Even Better.  The New York TimesToday's apps, services and hardware make it easy to jot, sketch and save the things that inspire you.
Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too.  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Matt Apuzzo, an investigative correspondent in Brussels, discussed ...
ServiceNow Inc (NYSE:NOW) Shares Sold by First Personal Financial Services  Tech Know BitsFirst Personal Financial Services decreased its position in ServiceNow Inc (NYSE:NOW) by 17.5% during the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most ...
Limiting Your Digital Footprints in a Surveillance State  The New York TimesTo protect himself and his sources from prying eyes in China, Paul Mozur, a technology reporter in Shanghai, leaves just an “innocent trace” of digital exhaust.
What Is 5G? Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Cellular Network  The New York TimesThe transition to new fifth-generation networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. Let's talk about the essentials.
This Tech Makes D.I.Y. Key Duplication Easy. Maybe Too Easy.  The New York TimesYou can now take key duplication into your own hands using kiosks and apps from start-ups. Our columnist explored whether the benefits of this outweigh the ...
How Updates in iOS 13 and Android Q Will Change Your Smartphone  The New York TimesYear after year, Apple and Google announce big upgrades for their smartphone operating systems. That means the software that makes your phone tick is about ...
Why Play a Music CD? ‘No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms’  The New York TimesStreaming services have revolutionized the discovery of songs, but here's why Ben Sisario, who covers the music industry, still likes to listen to compact discs.
Google Pixel 3A Review: The $400 Smartphone You’ve Been Waiting For  The New York TimesDear readers, I hear you: Plenty of you are making it loud and clear that you are frustrated with today's smartphone prices, which are approaching the cost of a ...
Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's personal MiG-29 fighter jet goes under the hammer  The RegisterAs late Microsoftie Paul Allen's estate is gradually wound down, the gems from his collection of rare and historic aircraft are coming up for auction – including his ...
Facebook Did Not Securely Store Passwords. Here’s What You Need to Know.  The New York TimesSAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Thursday that millions of user account passwords had been stored insecurely, potentially allowing employees to gain ...
Protecting Your Internet Accounts Keeps Getting Easier. Here’s How to Do It.  The New York TimesThere are many tools for setting up two-factor authentication, a security mechanism that prevents improper access. These four methods are the most compelling.
For a TV Editor, 500 New Shows a Year Require a Fresh Script  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jeremy Egner, television editor for The Times, discussed the tech ...
Talking to Taffy Is Low Tech. And Intense.  The New York TimesArmed with an Olympus recorder, she's spent time with Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper. Here's how Taffy Brodesser-Akner of The New York Times ...
How an App Creates ‘Disturbingly Agile Millennial Thumbs’  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Isabella Kwai, a correspondent in Sydney, Australia, discussed the ...
Germany Is Wary of a Digital World (but Loves Its E-Toothbrushes)  The New York TimesMelissa Eddy, a Berlin reporter, explains how privacy laws have led to blurred Google Street View pictures, and why WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook are ...
Get More From Your Letters With Custom Stationery for Print or Pixels  The New York TimesEven in today's digital world, notes sent under a formal letterhead can help get the right message across. Here's how to make your own powerful design with just ...
Capturing What’s Online in China Before It Vanishes  The New York TimesIt's important to preserve snapshots of China's internet before they vanish without a trace, says Raymond Zhong, a Times tech reporter in Beijing.
Spending Is as Easy as Pushing a Button. The Hard Part? Keeping Track.  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Tara Siegel Bernard, a personal finance reporter, discussed the tech ...
A Favorite Tool While Reporting on Start-Ups: Paper?  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Erin Griffith, a start-ups and venture capital reporter in San Francisco ...
‘The Effects Cannot Be Overstated’: When Tech Invaded Media  The New York TimesJim Rutenberg reflects on the convergence of technology with media, and how that has changed his consumption habits and coverage. (Warning: iPhone ...
The Week in Tech: Can You Put a Price on Your Personal Data?  The New York TimesNew legislation could tell you how much your data is worth. But you might be disappointed by the price tag.
Organizing Your Unwieldy Photo Collection Is Easier Than You Think  The New York TimesDo you ever find yourself scrolling madly through your phone's camera roll, looking for that one fabulous vacation shot you're describing to a friend — and you ...
You Can’t Stop Robocalls. You Shouldn’t Have To.  The New York TimesToday's solutions for fighting spam and scam calls are ineffective. But the onus should be on the phone companies, not you, to solve this problem.
When the Tools of the Trade Are the Keyboard and Mouse  The New York TimesFor Daisuke Wakabayashi, who covers Google, computer accessories are important. Very important.
Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit.  The New York TimesHow do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Julie Bloom, a deputy editor for national coverage for The Times, ...
Showing 1 - 10 of 231 Articles
« Previous
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Next »

Build Your Own Computer

I'm eighty-one years old and I bought my first computer... Read More

Does Microsoft Show Hackers How To Attack?

After another security hole recently surfaced in Microsoft's Windows operating... Read More

What Has A Portable MP3 Player Have To Do With Your Business

Plenty! When we made the decision to be our own... Read More

Image Formats: GIF, JPEG, BMP

When browsing the internet you are likely to come across... Read More

Basic Problem in a PC

I have a p3 500MHz PC with 128MB RAM, 10.2... Read More

Do Higher Digital Camera Prices Mean Better Cameras?

Understanding digital camera prices makes finding the best camera value... Read More

FTP - File Transfer Protocol Explained

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a protocol that is part... Read More

HTML Explained: Part 2

Get started creating web pages using text files and HTML... Read More

Smart Apple iPod Tips and Techniques

Are you thinking of buying an Apple iPod? Or have... Read More

Make Windows XP Run Faster!

A friend told me: "My computer startup seems to be... Read More

How To Buy An MP3 Player

Are you looking for an MP3 player but am not... Read More

How To Search Your PC With Google Desktop

In this era of Internet, most people are frequent users... Read More

Quick System Restore with ASR Backups

ASR (Automated System Recovery) is a feature available on the... Read More

This Page Cannot Be Displayed ? What to Do When Your Internet Breaks

The DNS (Domain Name System) servers are what your computer... Read More

Palm PC critique

I met an entrepreneur who hole heartedly disagree with an... Read More

A Peek Into the Near Future of Electronics Technology

How long do you think DVDs have around? 20 years?... Read More

Windows Task Manager in English

You use Ctrl+Alt+Del to see what's running on your PC,... Read More

Is Your Web Browser Putting You At Risk?

It's free, it comes with Windows and it's used by... Read More

How To Become A True CCNA

I've worked my way from the CCNA to the CCIE,... Read More

How to Switch to Firefox and Why You should

First things first, what is Firefox? Well, it's a browser.... Read More

Digital Cameras Ratings Abolish Camera Comparison Guesswork

Digital cameras ratings are great tools for deciding which camera... Read More

Customize Your Portable Player with an MP3 Player Accessory

Everywhere you look today people are listening to personal audio... Read More

HTML Explained: Part 1

Want to save money while promoting your web-based business? Of... Read More

How To Speed Up Your Aging PC And Make It Healthier Too

With a little tweaking and with proper tools, you can... Read More

Why Using an Ad Blocker Can be a Bad Idea

Ad Blocking is getting to be a common sport on... Read More