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Secure your data with this password manager that’s on sale

April 19, 2018

Category: Privacy, Security

If you’re still using the same password you used in college, then you don’t have the right to mock babyboomers for not understanding technology. In this age of ransomware and leakage, there’s no excuse for playing it fast and loose […]


Instagram Will Finally Let Users Download Their Own Data

April 12, 2018

Via: Fortune

Facebook-owned Instagram is moving ahead with a plan to let users download their data from the photo-sharing service. Instagram said that it’s currently building a new data portability tool that will allow users to copy their photos, videos, and messages […]


What’s new for developers in Android P

April 4, 2018

Category: Mobile, Mobile Apps

The initial developer beta of Google’s forthcoming Android P operating system looks to entice developers with enhancements for Kotlin coding, machine learning, and application compatibility. The use of Kotlin as a supported language in Android Studio (via a plugin) lets developers […]


Mobile, Tablets

Apple iPad (2018) Review Roundup: Great for Productivity and PUBG, Screen Gap Spoils it a Bit

April 16, 2018

Via: Tablet News

The Apple iPad (2018) reviews are in and they’re positive for sure. Well, not God of War positive, but still Apple must be pleased. This is pretty much the slate to beat right now, especially thanks to the price and […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Incredible moment artificial intelligence software creates a 3D model of a person in just seconds 

April 16, 2018

Via: DailyMail

A new algorithm in artificial intelligence enables a 3D model of a person to be created in just a few seconds after videoing their features. Artificial intelligence is used during video games and virtual reality to create 3D objects of […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

What Facebook and the CLOUD Act mean for cloud privacy

April 13, 2018

Via: Info World

Enterprises have enough to worry about with the data breaches that seem to occur each week, but now you’re learning that social networking systems are gathering and using all sorts of data about everyone. Not only information about you, your […]