Archive for March 2018

Public Wi-Fi networks in malls, schools, hotels, airports, libraries, coffee shops, and other public places are convenient, but often are far from being safe. If you connect to a public Wi-Fi network and send sensitive personal information through websites or mobile apps, it can be accessed by other people. Don’t assume that since the network…

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Apple’s newest OS, the iOS 11, also made some dramatic upgrades when it comes to its screenshot capabilities. These include in-place annotation, brand new interface, and a fully-featured share sheet that enables users for quick posting of screenshots. Not only will these new features help you organize your photo library easier, it also enables you…

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The most soul-crushing thing to say to die-hard DIY PC builders is that it may not be a good idea – at least for this year – to build your own desktop PC, particularly for gaming purposes. Likewise, it may not be a good idea for now to upgrade your present PC. Of course, this…

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Most iPhone users would never realize just how useful the Accessibility menu is. Very few users take the time to explore it, but it includes much more than just accommodations for users with disabilities. Check out some great accessibility features that you may want to apply on your iPhone. Set Up Accessibility on Your iPhone…

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Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant, can do more stuffs than you expect it to. Asking her what’s the weather for today, or to play your favorite Adele song, is just piece of cake. Check out what other tricks an average user can start using with the Amazon Echo smart speaker. Edit the “Wake” Command   Most…

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