It’s always tempting to install the latest version of macOS, full of new features and updates. Even so, you might find that once you’ve gone through the upgrade process, your system isn’t working right.
Connecting all of your gadgets to the internet isn’t always a great idea. While the Internet of Things allows you to perform tasks remotely and monitor your devices from anywhere in the world, it also provides a way in for malicious hackers who want to use your devices for their own good.
How cool would it be if our eyes could act as our very own color pickers? Since that’ll (probably) never happen, we have to rely on digital color pickers to get accurate color readings.
Apple Music is the best music streaming service for iPhone. It boasts a robust music collection, and you can use it with Siri, as well as connected devices like HomePod. But there’s more to Apple Music than just curated playlists and an integrated ecosystem.
Getting on the web is expensive. In the United States, the average cost of a home internet connection is $60 per month. Don’t fancy paying all that money? Don’t worry; even if you don’t have a regular ISP, there are still ways to go online.
Here’s how to get W-Fi without an internet service provider.
1. Mobile Hotspot
General James Jones, who served as the U.S. national security advisor to president Barack Obama, says that China is ahead of the United States when it comes to the marketing of next-gen 5G networking equipment. According to CNBC, the General was speaking at the Munich Security Conference and told those in attendance that the communist Chinese government subsidizes its domestic telecom companies.
We're just a few days away from Samsung big reveal and a disturbing piece of information has just emerged online.
Cambridge Analytica may be no more, but those connected to it are facing an increasing amount of scrutiny. Former business development director Brittany Kaiser has confirmed to The Guardian through a spokesman that US special counsel Robert Mueller...