Month: May 2018

The FBI has issued a recommendation for everyone to reboot due to malware   **Please be advised that if you’re using a CradlePoint router from RHYNO, you are already protected and don’t need to worry. We’ve already taken care of everything; your security and privacy were not compromised. Hackers have switched their focus and have […]

Basic wipes can’t guarantee a full removal of data – here’s what can.   With how quickly technology becomes obsolete, it’s common to have older computers stored around the house that are no longer being used. When disposing or selling those old electronics, it’s important to completely remove all of your personal information. The market […]

Google and Microsoft joined forces to announce a newfound CPU security flaw   Microsoft and Google have disclosed a new CPU security vulnerability that is eerily similar to the Meltdown and Spectre flaws that were announced earlier this year by Microsoft. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team refers to the flaws as Variant 3a: […]

Thanks to Gmail’s Smart Compose feature, writing emails has never been easier.   Smart Compose is one of the great new features that Google has begun rolling out for Gmail. Smart Compose provides suggestions while you’re typing an email that allows you to not only fill in words, but also whole sentences. When you see […]

With the release of Firefox 60, Mozilla’s browser is the first of its kind to support Web Authentication As a society, we use passwords constantly. Unfortunately, just because we have passwords, that doesn’t mean that our information is totally secure. Most hackers these days can bypass passwords with ease. This has forced companies to come […]

Those with disabilities may soon have a new host of tools available to help improve their everyday lives thanks to the AI for Accessibility initiative. Exciting news was announced this year at Microsoft’s Build Conference, their annual conference for software developers. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft is launching a $25 million initiative to […]

It’s official; Apple is exiting the wireless router business.   Apple has already begun to sell off its remaining inventory of AirPort products in their transition away from wireless routers. The AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme, and the AirPort Time Capsules have all been discontinued. In a statement to 9to5Mac, they stated that they’re discontinuing the […]