Archive: May, 2014

You Might Want To Change These Pesky Default iOS 7 Settings

The way Apple supplies the iPhone or iPad in its default state might not be for everybody, and there are a number of settings you might want to change as soon as you unbox your device. These can affect everything from privacy to usability, so it’s worth taking the time to set up your device as you want […]

Latest eBay flaw is a rookie mistake for a website

When it rains it pours for eBay. Less than a week after the popular website revealed it was the victim of a massive data breach and directed users to change their passwords, researchers have discovered that it is vulnerable to serious flaws that could allow an attacker to access user accounts. Individuals need to know […]

Have operating system, will travel: How to run virtual machines from a flash drive

Most of the time, one operating system per computer is enough. But on occasion, you might want to boot up a second operating system for security reasons, testing purposes, or compatibility with specific software. Technical details typically restrict that alternate OS to a single PC, however. You can only install an OS in a single […]

4 Solid Ways To Get The Best Of The Web

The Web doesn’t usually play nice, but you can still wring the best experience from it. Going online to find the stuff that matters to you is like navigating a gigantic labyrinth to find your way out. It’s not at all easy. There are too many false starts, dead ends, and monstrous websites to deal with. If […]

10 Wrong Ways To Set Up Your Wireless Network

When I turn on a wireless device in my apartment, I immediately find over twenty five wireless networks, all with strong signals. This is an example of how prevalent wireless Internet has become, but some of the networks I can find are not set up properly, making them insecure or unreliable. Check this article from […]

Facebook tries to limit over-sharing

Facebook users annoyed with posts from their friends about what songs they’re listening to or which earrings they want will soon have less to complain about. Get more on this article from PCWorld.com. The company said Tuesday that it would be de-emphasizing in people’s news feeds posts from outside apps that are shared automatically, in […]

HipChat adds free option for unlimited users

Under a new pricing plan announced Tuesday, Atlassian’s HipChat tool is now free for teams of unlimited size. Check out this article from PCWorld.com. Atlassian’s HipChat collaboration tool has traditionally been free for teams of five or less, with larger teams being forced to pay a small fee. As of Tuesday, that’s no longer the […]

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