Could anything be better than Wi-Fi when it comes to connecting your smart home gadgets? Bluetooth is a popular method, but it has its own limitations. You've got to hear how these problems will be solved by Bluetooth "Mesh" systems.
Home Wi-Fi networks and smart home gadgets pose risks. This is why: A new form of malware has been found, and it's designed specifically to infiltrate poorly-secured web connected devices. Everything from your smart TV to your security cameras could be infected with this nasty virus.
Microsoft may have patched the flaw that led to the worldwide ransomware attack recently, but another massive security gap has just been discovered. More than 100,000 personal computers are at risk of falling victim to the next global cyberattack. If you don't apply these patches right now, you're leaving yourself unprotected.
Is one of these routers in your home right now? If so, it's a hotbed of unpatched security bugs! These flaws make it possible for hackers to steal sensitive information from your home Wi-Fi system. You have to check your router right now and follow this advice to protect your network.
Routers are often overlooked, even though they're one of the most important gadgets in your home. They can make your Wi-Fi network faster, or slow it down. I don't know about you, but I prefer lightning-fast speed. That's why you have to check out this new router feature!
If a new computer is on your shopping list, you may want to hold off just a little longer. Both Apple and Microsoft have some big plans in the works that could easily determine which product you'll want. I'll tell you the changes that are right around the corner, and when you should head out shopping.
Apple gadgets have such a great reputation, you never expect something will go wrong. Unfortunately, unexpected things happen all the time. Gadgets get dropped, hard drives can fail and water gets spilled, just to name a few. That's why you need to know how to make a proper backup and restore your Apple device in case an unexpected disaster occurs.
Going over your allotted monthly data can be frustrating. You start to notice your speeds throttled or your data gets cut off till the new billing cycle, or worse, you face big fees. These five tips will help you stay under the limit.