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Is Apple spying on you?

One expert claims Apple has built a secret 'back door' into every iPhone. Check out his claims here Read more...

You can now bookmark material on Facebook

Facebook is finally catching up, allowing you to bookmark material so you can check it later. Check out the story here Read more...

Tips to save your smartphone battery

1) Turn down the screen Read more...

Home Router Tips

These days everyone has multiple devices that access the internet in their homes, not just computers, but phones, tablets, televisions, DVD players and more. Managing access can be a nightmare, particularly if you’re not familiar with your router’s features and built-in administration system. Read more...

Microsoft fixes Internet Explorer vulnerability.

The recently found IE bug, which was present in version 6 through 11, has been patched by Microsoft and made available through the normal security update process. Read more...

Create your own cloud storage at home

The other day I logged into my router’s web interface and the first page shows a list of all connected devices. I thought I had a handle on just how many connected gadgets we have accumulated as a family, but I was literally floored by how low my estimate had been. There are laptops, iPods, tablets, phones, a DVD player, chromecast … and still others. Read more...

Serious vulnerability in openSSL

A very serious vulnerability in openSSL has recently been reported. This protocol is used to set up secure, encrypted communications between client and server on the internet, and is pervasive. For example, it may be used by your social media site, your bank, even your government website might use openSSL to set up secured communication. Read more...

Computer Radio Show - April 5, 2014

Saturday April 5th, 2014 Read more...

Most sophisticated android malware to date.

In the past couple of months, two variants of a very sophisticated piece of Android malware has been discovered by security specialists. Dubbed "bootkit" malware, the variants are known as OldBoot.A and OldBoot.B Read more...

KitKat making gains in Android share

The latest numbers from Google show that KitKat has made a significant gain in Android market share, moving from 2.5% to 5.3% ( all numbers as of April 1, 2014 ). The vast majority of android devices are still using some version of jellybean ( 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 ). Surprisingly, there are still quite a few gingerbread devices out there, almost 20% which speaks to the durability of those low cost android phones and tablets. Read more...