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Chrome Will Help Users By Checking Passwords For Strength

While Google has come under fire from privacy groups in recent months, the fact remains that on balance, the company is working hard to improve overall user experience on the […]

Alternative Search Engine Sees Huge Growth Amid Privacy Concerns

Google is unquestionably the dominant search engine on the web, but how secure is their position? If recent trends are any indication, they're in no immediate danger. However, it's clear […]

Rogue Malware Is An Android Users Worst Nightmare

Security researchers at Check Point have recently identified a new strain of malware that seems to be a Frankenstein's Monster created by combining two older strains. Dubbed 'Rogue RAT,' this […]

Increasing Remote Workforce Creating Rise In PC Hardware Sales

In December 2019, the covid-19 pandemic began, and it spread across the globe in early 2020. To curb the spread of this deadly virus, lockdown tactics were employed. Companies all […]

Latest Possible Customer Data Breach Comes From Ubiquiti

If you have a network either at home or at your office, it's quite likely that you've got a few pieces of Ubiquiti equipment somewhere in the mix. Ubiquiti is […]

Latest Malware Is Targeting Macs And Is Hard To Detect

There was a time when Apple was a niche player in the technology market. As such, one thing Apple users could count on was the fact that they didn't have […]

Google Calendar Search Bar Moved For Easier Use

Google calendar is one of the most efficient products that Google made. Although, not as popular as other Google products, users who use it testify that it has made them […]

Gen Intel Processors May Get Built In Ransomware Protection

At CES 2021, arguably the most influential and significant tech event in the world, Intel made an important announcement regarding its historic eleventh generation of chips. The latest designs will […]

Firefox To Follow Chrome in Backspace Keyboard Functionality Change

In July 2016, Google Chrome blocked the use of the backspace key to navigate to a previous page in their Chrome 52 release. This was because of reports that it […]

Even Big Companies Like Nissan Get Hacked

Even the largest companies in the world can't claim immunity to hacking, data breaches and momentary lapses in judgment. Nissan is a classic case in point. Recently, due to a […]

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