Category Archives: Apple Devices

Make Sure It’s Broke Before You Spend Time Fixing It

Make Sure It’s Broke Before You Spend Time Fixing It Here’s are two quick and easy tips that we’ll be you will use, “…maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon. And for the rest of your life…”  Anyone who uses a computer knows they will have problems from time to time. It’s expected. It’s… Read More »

Take Control Of and Get Help With Google Search

Take Control Of and Get Help With Google Search Google has a help center that is really helpful. Did you know when you search using Google, when you’re signed in to your Google, your searches are saved online. Indeed they are, and clearing your browser’s history won’t clear the stuff on online, but you can… Read More »

If You Had a Yahoo Account in 2013, You Were Hacked

If You Had a Yahoo Account in 2013, You Were Hacked “Sitting down? An epic and historic data breach at Yahoo in August 2013 affected every single customer account that existed at the time, Yahoo parent company Verizon said on Tuesday… ” CNN Money A recent admission by Verizon (new owner of Yahoo and now known… Read More »

From Switzerland With Love: Email Privacy Your Way

From Switzerland With Love: Email Privacy Your Way You have to hand it to the Swiss. They always seem to stay out of wars, make great cheese, keep a pristine environment pristine, and, of course, to this day, remain the world’s only country that comes so close to being a true democracy. The USA is… Read More »

The Death of the Password

The Password Is Finally Dying. Here’s Mine by John Kuczala WSJ The password to my Twitter TWTR +1.29% account, which has been mine since 2007 and through which I have published more than 51,000 tweets, is “christophermims.” Knowing that won’t help you hack it, however. In fact, I’m publishing my password to make a point: The password is finally… Read More »