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Back to School - Educational Apps for All Ages

Technology has many down sides, but one of the advantages is that, with the right app, you can encourage your child to learn while having fun and without it seeming such a chore. Kids of all ages can enjoy these apps, to have fun, learn, organize and share their work, we present you this list of apps for kids of all ages. Read more...

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Another android flaw threatens millions of phones

On the heels of the StageFright MMS vulnerability, comes another one, this one taking advantage of remote mobility tools, usually installed by the device manufacturer and intended to provide remote mobile support when you need it. It's been called Certifi-Gate, and it was unveiled at the Black Hat Security conference, where it was demoed. Read more...

Android flaw could affect hundreds of millions

UPDATE There is a scanner app available on Google Play that will let you know if your phone is vulnerable to this particular exploit. Read more...

HOW TO: Safely Use Public WiFi

If you’ve ever made use of a free public wifi hotspot, you may have felt safe because you had to enter a password, but you have to remember that you are sharing that hotspot with dozens of other people, sometimes more, and that, while not everyone is there to steal or spy, it is always better to be safe than sorry. For anyone who knows what they are doing, a public wifi is a golden opportunity for sniffing out passwords, files, injecting malware … any number of bad things, so, take a few precautions to make their job harder than it should be. Read more...

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How To: Send large files by email

Have you ever wanted to send large files by email, but been stymied by your service's limits on the size of attachments? Read more...

Google I/O 2015 Notes

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Google voice commands ( part 2 )

Last week we looked at some of the voice commands that are now available using the “Ok, Google” voice trigger. Specifically, we looked at some search shortcuts and tricks, how to set reminders and leave notes for yourself, and of course, some easter eggs, all using voice commands. This week, we look at using an app called Commandr to enhance voice commands and allow you to perform all sorts of tasks by voice. In addition, we delve deeper into the integration of Google Now voice commands with apps, common tasks and of course, more easter eggs! Read more...