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Apple’s Blue Bubble Empire

Why Apple’s iMessage Is Winning: Teens Dread the Green Text Bubble


Jan. 8, 2022

Genetic Computers on Spectrum News

Genetic Computers on Spectrum News talking about the World-Wide Shortage of Semi-Conductor Chips & The Mass Hysteria it's causing, from Gamers to Car Manufactures...


April 19, 2021

How to Stop your Smart Home from Spying on you!

Everything in your smart home, from the light-bulbs to the thermostat, could be recording you or collecting data about you. What can you do to curb this intrusion?


March 8, 2020

Nvidia RTX 3000 GPUs Are Going to Get Even Harder to Find

Nvidia’s Ampere launch last fall combined a very good GPU with a very bad availability situation. Five months later, it’s still a very good GPU, with a reportedly worsening availability situation. The culprit, in this case, is Chinese New Year, when a number of factories close to celebrate the holiday.


Feb. 8th, 2021

Zoom Vs. Skype

Zoom – Is It Better Than Skype?
There's a reason more people are switching
Video conferencing tools can make both your personal and professional communication more efficient, and save you time and effort. That is, of course, if you choose the right tool to use.


Mar. 23, 2020

Trolls Exploit Zoom Privacy Settings...

Working and socializing from home has brought new risks to everyday life, as webcam meetings and chatroom cocktail hours contend with privacy invasions, phishing attacks and “ZoomBombings” – uninvited guests abusing the popular video service


Mar. 30, 2020

Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret

The millions of dots on the map trace highways, side streets and bike trails — each one following the path of an anonymous cellphone user.


Dec. 10, 2018

The Dangers Of Posting Your Children's Photos Online

...even when you're exercising as much caution as possible, danger can still arise: "Only a person's privacy settings can affect who sees the photo — Facebook has the most options on that. However, if a platform was hacked, anyone could see the photos regardless of privacy settings."


Feb. 15, 2019

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