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  • Apple Pay Review

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    Apple Pay Review   Nestled within Passbook (or Wallet in iOS 9), Apple Pay is a relatively new method to make purchases without having to actually fumble around in your wallet to find your debit or credit cards. While Apple Wallet has been around for some time […]

  • Top Security Threats of 2016

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    Top Security Threats of 2016   The year 2015 certainly saw its share of unusual technological security breaches, ranging from the Ashley Madison hack to controlling Jeeps from afar. With the ever-growing breadth of technology services and gadgets, the opportunities to exploit them grow as well. These […]

  • Another Reason Why Flash Is Going Away

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    Another Reason Why Flash Is Going Away Adobe Flash usage has been declining for quite some time due to lengthy load times and ever-increasing security vulnerabilities. Adobe is now acknowledging its product’s ailment and is officially encouraging developers to “build with new web standards” like HTML 5. […]

  • How to Cut Down Your Mobile Data Usage

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    How to Cut Down Your Mobile Data Usage   With unlimited mobile data plans being few and far between these days, it is imperative to monitor and accordingly manage your data usage to prevent outrageously high cellular bills. Even if you have an unlimited plan grandfathered into […]

  • January News Bytes

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    January News Bytes   Facebook Messenger Adds Uber If you have ever had trouble hailing a taxi or finding private transportation, your problems may be solved now that Facebook Messenger is adding ride-hailing service to its offerings. Straight from Messenger, without closing any chat dialogues or having […]

  • How to Up Your PowerPoint Game

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    How to Up Your PowerPoint Game   Back when PowerPoint first came out, it didn’t take a lot of finesse to create something visually appealing and exciting. Nowadays, however, PowerPoint and its similar counterparts like Keynote and Prezi, are old hats. It is no longer sufficient to […]

  • Five Tips to Speed Up Chrome

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    Five Tips to Speed Up Chrome   Whether you use Mac or Windows, you may gradually notice the Chrome browser begin to operate more slowly. This is not an indicator that it’s time to swap Chrome out for a new browser, but it is time for some […]

  • Five Signs of Imminent Hard Drive Failure

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    Five Signs of Imminent Hard Drive Failure   As we place growing importance on digitizing our important personal and business information, it is vital to realize the risks that come with these activities. While storing our data on hard drives makes it easy to access, manipulate, and […]

  • January Question of the Month

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    January Question of the Month   Question: What’s the best way to synchronize my Gmail calendar with Outlook?   Answer: It’s now commonplace to use both Gmail and Outlook for calendar services, especially if one is set up as a default on your PC and another on […]

  • January Software of the Month

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    January Software of the Month   Those who regularly take and use screenshots for work or pleasure may enjoy the new PicPick software. This software not only simplifies the taking of screenshots with the ability to choose just a selection in a variety of options but also […]

Apple Pay Review

Apple Pay Review

Apple Pay Review   Nestled within Passbook (or Wallet in iOS 9), Apple Pay is a relatively new method to make purchases without having to actually fumble around in your wallet to find your debit or credit cards. While Apple Wallet has been around for some time […]

Read more

Top Security Threats of 2016

Top Security Threats of 2016

Top Security Threats of 2016   The year 2015 certainly saw its share of unusual technological security breaches, ranging from the Ashley Madison hack to controlling Jeeps from afar. With the ever-growing breadth of technology services and gadgets, the opportunities to exploit them grow as well. These […]

Read more

Another Reason Why Flash Is Going Away

Another Reason Why Flash Is Going Away

Another Reason Why Flash Is Going Away Adobe Flash usage has been declining for quite some time due to lengthy load times and ever-increasing security vulnerabilities. Adobe is now acknowledging its product’s ailment and is officially encouraging developers to “build with new web standards” like HTML 5. […]

Read more

How to Cut Down Your Mobile Data Usage

How to Cut Down Your Mobile Data Usage

How to Cut Down Your Mobile Data Usage   With unlimited mobile data plans being few and far between these days, it is imperative to monitor and accordingly manage your data usage to prevent outrageously high cellular bills. Even if you have an unlimited plan grandfathered into […]

Read more

January News Bytes

January News Bytes

January News Bytes   Facebook Messenger Adds Uber If you have ever had trouble hailing a taxi or finding private transportation, your problems may be solved now that Facebook Messenger is adding ride-hailing service to its offerings. Straight from Messenger, without closing any chat dialogues or having […]

Read more

How to Up Your PowerPoint Game

How to Up Your PowerPoint Game

How to Up Your PowerPoint Game   Back when PowerPoint first came out, it didn’t take a lot of finesse to create something visually appealing and exciting. Nowadays, however, PowerPoint and its similar counterparts like Keynote and Prezi, are old hats. It is no longer sufficient to […]

Read more

Five Tips to Speed Up Chrome

Five Tips to Speed Up Chrome

Five Tips to Speed Up Chrome   Whether you use Mac or Windows, you may gradually notice the Chrome browser begin to operate more slowly. This is not an indicator that it’s time to swap Chrome out for a new browser, but it is time for some […]

Read more

Five Signs of Imminent Hard Drive Failure

Five Signs of Imminent Hard Drive Failure

Five Signs of Imminent Hard Drive Failure   As we place growing importance on digitizing our important personal and business information, it is vital to realize the risks that come with these activities. While storing our data on hard drives makes it easy to access, manipulate, and […]

Read more

January Question of the Month

January Question of the Month

January Question of the Month   Question: What’s the best way to synchronize my Gmail calendar with Outlook?   Answer: It’s now commonplace to use both Gmail and Outlook for calendar services, especially if one is set up as a default on your PC and another on […]

Read more

January Software of the Month

January Software of the Month

January Software of the Month   Those who regularly take and use screenshots for work or pleasure may enjoy the new PicPick software. This software not only simplifies the taking of screenshots with the ability to choose just a selection in a variety of options but also […]

Read more
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