7 Gmail Settings Every User Should Know! (2019 Tutorial) – By Simpletivity youtube.com Video
Gmail settings can be confusing. But editing the right ones can make managing your email so much easier. In this video, Scott Friesen shows you the Gmail settings you should change to get the most out of your inbox.
You Probably Don’t Need a Screen Protector – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com
Screen protectors are sold as a necessity, but they’re not as useful as they used to be. In fact, ditching the screen protector can save you money and make your phone more pleasant to use.
How to use Google Chrome’s password manager – By Michael Allison mspoweruser.com
Saving your passwords in your head may be an old fashioned way of doing things, but it is quite impractical. You may forget, misremember, or even end up duplicating passwords (inadvisable). Saving it in a notebook, either physical or digital is just asking to be hacked. Common wisdom suggests users make use of a password manager, and Google’s Chrome has that built-in.
Google Drive Review: Cloud Storage for the Masses – By Mark Pickavance tomshardware.com
As players in the cloud storage game go, Google is right up there with Microsoft and Dropbox, based on the number of users accessing its system daily.
No One Knows About Two-Factor Authentication and Private Browsing – By lifehacker.com
Sounds strange, doesn’t it? As much as we try to promote the importance of this security measure—a secondary means of identifying that whoever is trying to log into your account is actually you—a recent survey from the Pew Research Center indicates that more than half of those quizzed cannot identify a single example of two-factor authentication.
Five myths about password managers – By blog.mozilla.org
Password managers are the most recommended tool by security experts to protect your online credentials from hackers. But many people are still hesitant to use them. Here’s why password managers are safe, secure and your best defense against password-hungry cyber criminals.
TiVo vs Tablo vs Channel Master vs Fire TV Recast vs HDHomeRun – Five Great DVRs for Cord Cutters Compared – By Jess Barnes cordcuttersnews.com
For most people who want to watch TV without paying for cable, an OTA antenna provides many channels for free. An OTA DVR makes the shows and movies from those channels available to watch anytime. There are hundreds of OTA DVR options available to cord cutters.
7 Cybersecurity Threats That Can Sneak Up on You – By David Nield wired.com
There's a certain kind of security threat that catches the headlines—the massive data breach, or the malware that hijacks your computer for a ransom—but it's also important to keep your guard up against some of the lesser-known attacks out there too.
2 Ways Your SIM Card Can Be Hacked (And How to Protect It) – By Mihir Patkar makeuseof.com
You probably know that your smartphone’s operating system needs to be regularly updated to protect against security vulnerabilities. But your SIM card can be a source of security vulnerabilities too. Here we’ll show you some ways hackers can use SIM cards to gain access to devices, and advice on how you can keep your SIM card safe.
Android 10 Tips & Tricks: the 7 best new features you didn't know about – By androidpit.com
Android 10 has landed on Pixel smartphones and is starting to trickle down to devices not made by Google too. If you've just downloaded the update, these are the new features you should be checking out first.
Here's every new Android 10 gesture explained – By androidpit.com
Android 10 has started rolling out and one of the software update's key changes is improved gesture controls. They take a little getting used to if you have been on the old two or three-button navigation for a long time, but once adjust you'll never look back. Here's every new gesture for Android 10, explained.