Month: February 2018

A security researcher found a potentially damaging vulnerability on T-Mobile’s company website   The vulnerability found on T-Mobile’s company website last December was just revealed this week. The bug was so severe that hackers could have easily hijacked and taken control of customer accounts. The flaw on their website allowed hackers to log into T-Mobile […]

Thanks to a surprising competitor, PC gamers are facing graphics card shortages   Graphics card manufacturer giant Nvidia had a banner year last year, with a fiscal year total of almost $10 billion dollars. That number is up 41% from the previous period. While that is wonderful news for Nvidia and hopefully brings about more […]

Just like desktop computers, some smart TVs have a built in design flaw that’s easy to exploit.   Millions of smart TVs have been found to have easy-to-find security flaws that even unsophisticated hackers can exploit. Consumer Reports tested and found that the problem affects televisions made by Samsung, as well as models made by […]

Google Chrome is making helpful changes to make web browsing safer   Starting in July of 2018, Google Chrome will be marking all sites that haven’t adopted HTTPS encryption as “not secure.” For several years, Google has strongly pushed for sites to adopt the HTTPS encryption, but they’re not waiting any longer. When Chrome 68 […]

An algorithm has been created that can help make phones childproof, once and for all.   While there are loads of activity-monitoring apps for phones that aim to keep a handle on what kids do when they get ahold of a smartphone, they need to be added and turned on. Not a difficult thing to […]

Facebook confers everything from political affiliations to your interests in clinical trials based on your likes, comments and posts. Here’s how to view and change the story. Facebook has you pegged, or at least they think they do. Every time you click a post, like, share, comment, join a group, play a Facebook game or […]

The Google Chrome update includes a stronger pop-up blocker and website audio muting availability   When Google released their latest version of Chrome recently, they included some great features that you may have missed because the user interface didn’t change a bit. These hidden gems are working hard behind the scenes to keep your internet […]