by eric on 07/27/2012
Security questions are a common site online. Users often have to answer them to reset a password or gain access to sensitive information. But are they as safe as you think?
New legislation introduced to the US Senate is a revamped version of CISPA known as SECURE IT, but it remains unclear as to the implications of the bill.
Google I/O brought the world a whole lot of goodies like Nexus 7, Google Glass, and while those are impressive, they weren’t our favorite parts of Google I/O.
When internet users across the United States took a stand against the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act, were they acting on their own, or as the result of misinformation?
Is Microsoft playing a giant trick on everyone with Surface? Stan Sinh, founder of Acer, believes that the company might not even sell the tablet.
Yesterday was Apple’s annual Worldwide Development Conference, and while the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display came with the most hype, I am most excited about some new iOS 6 features.
by Michael L. Hoffman on 06/08/2012
In this day and age, it’s absolutely essential that you protect your passwords. Here are five tips for how to keep your passwords safe and secure.
A solid blog post doesn’t write itself. It takes practice and some foresight before you find your audience. Of course, once you do find your audience, you have to figure out how to keep it.
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