Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Nextcloud screenshot (self-hosted cloud drive software)

Cloud Drive Providers Won’t Respect Your Privacy? There’s An App For That

I haven't been using cloud storage providers much (just for a few things that aren't important like cat photos) for multiple reasons: They won't respect my privacy. They aren't secure enough...
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3 Game Surges In Popularity After The Show Debuted

'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' is a video game that was released in 2015, but has now seen a resurgence in popularity and players since the series 'The Witcher' premiered on...
Counter-Strike: GO game being played on Ubuntu Linux

Games That Will Make You Feel At Home On Linux

When I first started using Linux (Ubuntu in my case) 14 years ago, gaming was just one of those things you couldn't do as much of. Windows was the ultimate OS...
Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone

Android Vulnerability Lets Hackers Take Over Your Camera

A security vulnerability in some Android phones allows attackers to access your camera app and invade your privacy (it can even get location data from the photos it takes). The vulnerability...
Android Phone

Parenting in the Digital Age

The effects of technology on the family have been evident in recent years, especially with the dawn of digital technology. The big question is whether technology is positively impacting this institution...
Google Play app store

How to Choose a Mobile App

Our smartphones are powerful tools that make it incredibly easy for us to do many things. Without them, it would be difficult to do many of the things we do. Likewise,...
An Android smartphone.

Android Q Might Be Able To Block Unknown Numbers/Offer Usage-Based Permissions

Android Q might let you block unknown numbers (like some spammers) and let you restrict location access for apps only when in use, according to a leak.
Keylogger rendition (security threat)

Microsoft Advises Users To Stop Using Internet Explorer

The Internet Explorer web browser has been discontinued for some time. However, some businesses are still using it. Microsoft commented on their blog stating that there is a cost ('technical debt')...