Have you finished your Christmas shopping? I know, I know - Have you started Christmas shopping, yet? Whether you're a seasoned pro when it comes to shopping online or in stores, or a novice who'd rather do anything else, you're going to buy gifts this time of year. But what should you buy? I have answers for you.
Remember when the concept of robots seemed so farfetched? Robots are among us. They’re in our schools, hospitals, malls, offices and assembly lines. They’re skilled, fast, accurate, and sometimes even friendly. But are these digital beings only here to help or should we watch out for them?
"Cut the cord." It sounds so freeing, doesn't it? No more paying exorbitant fees for hundreds of channels you never watch. With streaming services, you can watch whatever, whenever, wherever. Pretty great, right? There's just one roadblock: Streaming services are complicated.
Is your spouse's birthday coming up? Or maybe you're already gearing up for your holiday shopping. No matter the reason, keeping the gifts you buy a secret is critical if you're hoping to surprise that special someone. But what if you share an Amazon account? I know a trick to keep your purchases on the down low, and even ship orders to a secret address.
If a random kill switch hadn't been discovered in the code, WannaCry ransomware would have been unstoppable. Now, new evidence shows hackers are actively seeking a work-around to override the only thing that's stopping them. If you don't take these steps right now, your Windows devices could be infected when the next wave of attacks hits!
With all the news about hackers and cybercrime, does a place exist where data is safe? The answer will surprise you. There is a storage facility located in a place so cold and heavily secured, that it guarantees the safety of the data kept there. I’ll tell you all about the Arctic World Vault, where it is, who can store data and what their secret is to storing important documents for hundreds of years.
Have you started thinking about your next trip? You can visit travel sites, book your rental car, hotel room and even tickets to attractions like amusement parks and museums. Don't forget to do this one critically important thing, though. Start a list of technology and other items that you must have for your family road trip.