Freeware Password Managers

How to pick the right password? How often do I change my password?

Hackers have gotten more than 11 million passwords just from the Ashley Madison site alone. The UK government release new guidelines for Internet security and how to pick the right password. There are some common passwords that are easy for hackers to guess. How do you go about pick the right password? Password Issues Many websites require that a password contain upper and lower case letters, numbers, and a symbol. […]

Pong Radiation Protection

Cellphones Radiation and Cancer Related Illnesses

Fear has come to users everywhere. It has been confirmed, cell phones use, can, cause, cancer. Yep, radioactive rays from iPod, iPhones, IOS, and iPads are perpetuating this health destroying illness. The fact that so many are unaware of this makes it even more frightening. Everyday users are getting closer to having cancer from these everyday devices. Accumulated data shows, cellphones can damage DNA. Radiofrequencies can result in skin problems, […]

Wearables Roundup Gadgets

Gordon Freeman on Your Wrist: Modders Fit Half-Life on Smartwatches 2015

“Can it run DOOM?” has long been the game modder’s standard for testing system flexibility, but the classic FPS might be retired from service in favor of the critically acclaimed adventures of Gordon Freeman. That’s right: modders have managed to fit Half-Life onto a smartwatches 2015. Half-Life worked fairly on a single-core Cortex-A7 CPU with a DX9-class GPU, thanks to the game’s lack of multi-threading. The LG G Watch runs […]

iPad

How to Managing Office files on iPad

Managing office files on iPad can be done quite easily. Microsoft Office for iPad works very well with the One Drive. Probably the best thing to do is to secure an One Drive account before you attempt to do anything else. A One Drive account will more than likely give you a generous amount of storage space. Extra storage space will allow you to save almost any office type document […]

Project Sunroof of Google Calculates

Google Sunroof Lifts the Lid on Solar Power

Now that Google has finally concluded is enormous venture at restructuring itself using the Alphabet label, one of Google’s most promising new ventures is called, Google Sunroof. Even though some of Google’s previous ventures have involved direct hardware rollouts, Sunroof is more informational and evangelical in nature. The message is that solar energy is feasible and can improve all of our lives by providing a ready, handy and available renewable […]

A slide into obsolescence iOS 8

Expected iOS 8.1.3 Release

Despite the fact that Apple has already released a beta iOS 8.2, it’s expected that it won’t be released to the general public before an update for iOS 8.1. Likely, 8.1.3 will contain a number of bug fixes. Since last December, just before 8.1.2 was generally released, it’s been evident that iOS 8.1.3 was going to be released. Notably, the 8.1.2 release didn’t fix the Jail breaking problem, meaning that […]