Which is Cheaper: Printing Your Own Photos or Using a Printing Service?
Do your side view mirrors cover your blind spots?
So this proves out that printing photos is usually cheaper using a service but what you may not realize is that your better off getting a cheap laser printer (either monochrome or color) for normal jobs as well. The ink never goes bad and overall cost per sheet is much less. I went with the […]
Intel’s Management Engine is a security hazard, and users need a way to disable it | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Now I’ve always configured them this way but after a recent conversation realized many don’t. Car and Driver presents How To: Adjust Your Mirrors to Avoid Blind Spots.
World’s Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks — Information is Beautiful
Admittedly, this is very techie to the average person but this is actually a big deal. This vulnerability allows hackers in to your machines and there is almost NOTHING you can do to detect it or stop it. This is a backdoor that you can’t close. Not only that, this is the perfect example of […]
Why breaking encryption is a bad idea that could never work | New Scientist
Data visualization of the world biggest data breaches, leaks and hacks. Constantly updated. Powered by VizSweet. Source: World’s Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks — Information is Beautiful
Verizon named a leader in Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant reports for BOTH network services and managed security services
UK home secretary Amber Rudd says WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption is “completely unacceptable” – but breaking encryption would be unhelpful and unworkable.. Source: Why breaking encryption is a bad idea that could never work | New Scientist
Blackberry to iPhone – Apps You Need
This announcement highlights Verizon’s “Leader” positioning in Gartner, Inc.’s Magic Quadrant reports for global network and managed security services. Source: Verizon named a leader in Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant reports for network services, global and managed security services, worldwide | About Verizon
Unanimous Supreme Court Decision: Police cannot track via GPS without a warrant.
I finally made the move from Blackberry to iPhone. If you are still a Blackberry user, I hate to tell you but your days are likely short in number before you to will be moving to the iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone. If you haven’t a clue what I’m talking about, here’s a little article […]
Top 5 Missing Features of the iPad
For those that don’t know, police and federal agencies have been keeping tabs on People of Interest (or anyone else) utilizing GPS devices without acquiring any form of warrant or approval nor have they been required to record that they are or have done it. On the surface, you might be like most Americans and […]
Don’t buy songs from places like iTunes or Yahoo – DRM
I have a Love / Hate relationship with my iPad. I love it as it helps me be more productive be that in meetings, on the road, or just at home sitting on the couch. In perhaps a bad way, it lets you be connected and do work easily from almost anywhere. I hate it […]
A lot of people don’t understand the downfalls of buying music from places like iTunes and Yahoo. You see, their music is specially formatted with what is called Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology whose goal is to prevent people from listening to music they do not have rights to. While in concept it is a […]