Facial Recognition. It’s here and it’s really good, but could it be bad?
Finally, a keyboard app worth downloading.
If you’re an iPhone/iPad user, check out Word Flow. It solves the problem of texting and typing on a large phone.
Did you get a graduation invitation in the mail? Don’t even think about a gift card. Here are 4 great tech gift ideas for high school graduates (but anyone will like them too).
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Apple’s iPad Pro is Apple’s best new product in years.
Ventev Charging Hub
Misfit Shine 2 fitness tracker
The next time you go to a wedding or graduation check out the number of cameras being used. Easily a thousand photos can be taken by people at one of these events with DSLR cameras and smartphones. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone could share the photos they take in a large community photo album?
The best way to do this is in Google Photos. Here’s how to set it up and create your own photo album.
The Department of Homeland Security issues a warning to Windows pc users to uninstall a program they’re likely to have on their computer.
Quicktime from Apple has a few vulnerabilities the bad guys are trying to exploit to get control of your computer. Here’s how to do it.
This time last year only 14% of soon-to-be-graduating college seniors had a job lined up or at least some idea of where they’d be working after graduation. I suspect the same is true this year.
I spoke to several college students today about their one biggest concern. This time of year you might think it’s term papers, GPA or final exams, but each student I asked gave a one word answer: Job.
LinkedIn killed a great feature and launched a pretty good one on Monday. LinkedIn for Students. Here’s what it does and why it isn’t as good as the app it killed.
Don’t ever say Facebook is like MySpace. And if you do, stop it. Unlike MySpace, Facebook is taking over the world and has a 10 year plan that might blow you away.
Hackers are using LinkedIn to connect with people and may be installing malware on their computers. Have your photos been used by someone you don’t know? A few cases of stolen identity and Facebook helped solve the crimes.
My annual list of digital April Fools Day Pranks. These are my favorite pranks that are tried and tested on my friends (some are former friends). [Read more…] about April Fools Day Pranks 3.31.16