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Apr
09

OK Google, How Safe Are You Really?

Are you prompting Siri, Google, or Alexa? When you talk to a home assistant, you join a growing number of smart homes. Smart home assistants search online, start phone calls, order groceries, play music, turn lights on. All with a single spoken command. Research into how people use Google or Alexa demonstrates the core features. Listening to music ...
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Feb
26

Repairing Your Computer Quicker for Less

  Have you started to notice your computer's niggles, flaws, and problems growing more severe and more frequent over recent months? These issues can irritate you daily, stop you from doing critical tasks, and even put your data in danger. It may be time to book in your computer for a brief service check or repair to get back on track. When boo...
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Feb
26

Don't Fall Victim to Webcam Blackmail

  Many users have reported recent scam messages from individuals claiming to have intercepted their username and password. These messages often state they have been watching your screen activity and webcam while you have been unaware. Typically, attackers threaten to broadcast footage to your contacts, colleagues, or social media channels. Dem...
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Feb
01

SSD: Make Your Old Computer Your New Computer

The solid-state drive (SSD) has swiftly become the go-to upgrade to breathe new life into an ageing computer, and for good reason too. An SSD swiftly brings an old laptop or desktop up to date with modern machines in just a single step. The price of solid-state memory has fallen dramatically in recent years. As costs have dropped, the popularity of...
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Feb
01

Keeping Tabs On Children's App Purchases

Children today have grown up surrounded by technology their entire lives. Since before they are old enough to read they can pick up a tablet or smartphone and swipe at apps and games with ease. Modern kids have an intuitive understanding and ability with technology that older generations can barely imagine. The abundance of technology, however, com...
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Jan
30

A New Year's Data Resolution To Stick To

Many of us set goals, tasks, and challenges to tackle in the new year. Cleaning out the spare room, shopping around for the best energy deals, or exercising more than we did last year. We set these goals to improve our lives and build on productivity, health, and organization in the future. Resolutions to improve for the coming year are great ideas...
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Jan
09

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Computer

Running the Best Security Software Most computers today run at least some form of basic antivirus. In the modern day however, threats have evolved to be more sophisticated, more damaging, and much more common. Ransomware, malware, phishing, and zero-day attacks all work to attack unpatched systems without strong security. Today, to keep up with inc...
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Dec
05

Is Your Laptop Running Hot and Loud?

Laptop computers commonly heat up a little in normal operation. Electronic components, including large capacity batteries, become warm in use. Your laptop should never become too hot to handle though. When a laptop turns hot to the touch or starts to sound like a jet engine, it's likely beginning to overheat. Modern laptops use nearly silent fans t...
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Dec
04

Buying Tech in Time for Christmas

Christmas time is back with us again. The latest devices and gadgets are hitting store shelves just in time to keep up with the rush. Magazines, television, and the web are brimming with advertisements and reviews of the latest tech your money can buy. Before you rush out to buy the gadgets you've been waiting all year for, consider a few important...
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Nov
21

More Than A Virus, Common Malware to Watch Out For

The term "virus" is often used to describe many different types of infection a computer might have. Virus, when used as a blanket term, can describe any number of potential computer programs. What these programs have in common are they are typically designed to cause damage, steal data, or spread across the network. Malware describes software desig...
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Sep
26

Are Registry Cleaners a Good Idea?

You have likely been alerted by popups while browsing the web.These, often flashing, advertisements claim your computer has more than a thousand errors requiring urgent attention to fix.Perhaps helpfully, these popups offer a solution to cure your computer with a click of the mouse.Buttons marked "fix now" appear to offer a simple fix to all your c...
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Sep
26

How to Tell if You've Gotten Hacked

Being hacked is the single biggest fear of most computer users.Many believe the first sign of strange behavior or errors on their PC is a sign hackers have taken control.But are hackers really inside your machine, stealing your information? Or should we be on the lookout for more subtle signs?What does being hacked really look like? There is an imp...
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Aug
28

Should You Repair, Upgrade, or Replace Your Computer?

Like many valuable things we buy, new computers suffer from wear and tear over time.Our computers are particularly vulnerable as we have placed more and more demands on them every year.New machines have got faster, quieter, more reliable, and more capable over time. At the same time our own computers have begun to slow and sometimes even stop perfo...
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Aug
28

5 Ways to Extend Your Phone’s Battery

Today's phones can help us do more than ever before. In addition to making phone calls, we use them to send messages, post photos on our favorite apps, watch videos, play games, and endless other activities. Since our phones can accomplish so much, we're on them often. That means we're draining a lot of phone battery. In our busy lives, we aren't a...
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Aug
03

5 Tech Travel Tips You Can Use

Travelling soon? For most people, this also means making sure your tech is packed and ready for the adventure. Smartphones, ebook readers, tablets, laptops and smart watches are now so light and portable that you'd never think of leaving them behind, plus they can add a ton of value your experience. Here are a few tips to consider before you hit th...
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Jul
27

Can Private Browsing Protect You Online?

Maintaining your privacy while using the internet has become more challenging over the years. The recent Facebook privacy scandal made that abundantly clear, with users shocked at how much information had been recorded about them. While it's almost impossible to enjoy the internet and leave zero digital footprints, there are things you can do to hi...
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Jul
25

What’s That Weird Noise Coming from Your Computer?

New computers are whisper quiet, seeming to run on pure magic, but after a while computers can start making some pretty weird noises. Clicks, clunks, and about-to-take-off jet noises are the most common, but when should you worry? Your computer has a number of moving parts and even some stationary parts that can make noises. If you're listening, yo...
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Jul
25

3 Reasons Why All Homes Should Have Office 365

  Microsoft Office has been THE office suite for more than a decade, whether it's for business or students doing their homework. Other applications have come and gone, but it's expected that most people will be doing their work in Word, Excel or PowerPoint. While you may have an older version of Office that you love, there are three good reaso...
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May
30

What’s Best for Your Computer: Shut Down or Sleep?

Most homes are trying to reduce power costs by turning off lights and appliances, but do the same rules apply to computers? After all, it requires more than flicking a switch on your way out the door. Some people believe you should shut down after every use to save wear and tear, others believe you should never shut down your computer - ever. Other...
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Apr
27

3 Internet Habits to Keep Kids Smart and Safe

How can you make the internet a safer place for your children? It's a common concern as all parents want their kids to be protected and happy whenever they go online. It's relatively easy to supervise and monitor the very young ones as they stare delightedly at the Disney Jnr site, but the risks increase greatly as kids get older and more independe...
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