5 Ways To Tell If Your Smart Device Has A Virus

While Androids may be more susceptible to viruses, Apple products are not impervious to attacks. The reality is that any smart device can be infected with a virus and users should take precaution when downloading apps or files. If your device has already been infected, there are a few ways to recognize the intrusion.

Is The Galaxy S8 Facial Recognition Feature Secure?

There is a flaw to the Samsung Galaxy S8 that is worrisome for end-users. After the Galaxy Note 7 battery issue, this latest Samsung offering has a lot to live up to. According to many reviewers it has exceeded expectations for the design and functionality, but not for security.

Worried About Web Privacy? A VPN Service Is The Answer

Internet Service Providers (ISP) are under scrutiny for mass-collecting web browsing data. The fear is that this personal data would be sold to advertisers. To keep your web browsing experience secure, you will need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Service.

Apple, Andriod, and Samsung Smartphones Vulnerable to Malicious Wi-Fi Hacks

The Broadcom Wi-Fi chip found in Apple, Android, and Samsung smartphones are vulnerable to malicious hacks in wireless networks. This breach in platform security is disconcerting with the rise in cyberattacks for this year.

A Smart What? The Tech Predictions for 2017 Series: Internet of Things

Welcome to 2017 and the next installment in our series on tech predictions for the year. You may have heard about the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The CES is one of the largest events showcasing the latest gadgets and advancements that will soon become available to the public. It’s become the first glance at the latest in Internet of Things. IoT is better known as all of the smart devices that are making your environment more connected to your phone or tablet. These items are growing in popularity, and items such as the Google Home Voice Command Device have even made the news. IoT are fun and advanced items, but are they for you?