Software

Chrome Introduces Password Manager to Prevent the Use of the Same Passwords

We’re all guilty of poor password management, with the majority of us using the same password for every login we use, with only a few extra numbers plopped on the end for marginally better security. In fact, many of us…

MacBook Pro Firmware Aims to Fix Thermal Throttling Performance Issues

The latest line of MacBook Pro laptops have been undergoing no small number of issues related to thermal problems, but Apple has been quick to diagnose and issue a firmware fix for the issue. Redesigning the internals may not be…

4 Ways Microsoft Visio Can Help You in Buisness

If you run your own business, you know that the right technological tools can make all the difference between success and failure, between excellence and mediocrity, between wowing a client and making them consider going back to their Rolodex for…

Recent Snoopware Hits Over 11 Million Firefox, Android and iOS Users

In the ever more difficult fight to keep our private lives private, millions of internet users have to contend with a sudden loss of privacy through the covert installation of snoopware on their devices. If you’ve used an app or…

3 Areas of Life Software Can Improve Upon

If you utilise technology in the right kind of way, you can actually ensure that it is going to help you out greatly, and that is something which you need to think about if you are going to make that…

iOS 12’s Public Beta: Availability, News and Updates

With several weeks of the new iOS public beta under the community’s collective belts, it’s hard not to be at least a little excited about Apple’s new offerings.

How to Protect Your Digital Privacy

It’s time to turn our attention to prevention rather than trying to cure that which cannot be remedied.

Unwinding the Mystery of Google’s Fuchsia OS

It’s time to learn to multitask and look into exactly what Google Fuchsia holds for the future and what it could mean for the tech giant that never sleeps.

Windows 10: How to Make the Most Out Of Your System

The learning curve for Windows 10 doesn’t have to be a process that leaves you tearing out your hair or decrying Microsoft for their updating schedule.

Farewell, Windows XP and Vista: Firefox Ends Legacy OS Support in June 2018

As soon as June 2018 rolls around, Windows XP and Vista will no longer receive updates to Firefox.