If you’re living in the U.S. and have any sort of caller I.D., chances are you don’t answer most unknown calls. The likelihood of the call being a robocall or telemarketer is just too high. But simply avoiding unknown numbers comes with problems of its own.
If you have an Android, GPS is likely already built into your phone. So, your Android can help you navigate, stay safe, learn about the weather and more. In order to offer you these perks, many Android apps track your location.
In 1971, Ray Tomlinson sent the first email. Although people had been using computers to communicate before 1971, the medium of email had yet to be created. One year after the first email was sent, programs for emailing were created. Users could suddenly reply to email and carry out many other helpful actions, such as… Read more →
The Internet of Things offers many advantages, including convenience, but for the uninformed or unwary can present a major security risk. Knowing how to protect your network and data is essential.
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides us with convenience through advanced technologies, but it’s not all upsides. There are several security issues that threaten the advances IoT can provide. Learn what they are and how to fix or mitigate the risk.
In addition to convenience, Internet-of-Things technologies can help you increase your home’s security making it easy to keep a watchful eye over every part of your house, whether you’re at home or away.
Smart homes are filled with gadgets that collect data in an effort to make your life better. Since everything is connected, a hacker can do a lot of damage if they break into your home’s system, so it’s important to understand smart home security.