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Could Your Bluetooth Devices Be Hacked in 2019?

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The animal in the Firefox logo isn’t actually a fox; it’s a red panda.

 

September 12, 2019

Did You Know?

The animal in the Firefox logo isn’t actually a fox; it’s a red panda.

 
Could Your Bluetooth Devices Be Hacked in 2019?

Bluetooth is everywhere, and so are its security flaws. But how great is the risk? How concerned should you be about Bluejacking, Bluesnarfing, or Bluebugging? Here’s what you need to know to protect your devices. Read More »

 
How to Quickly Search Google Drive

If you haven’t gotten around to organizing your Google Drive and need to find something in a hurry, you might have difficulty finding a particular file. Here’s how to quickly search Google Drive. Read More »

 
How to Use the chgrp Command on Linux

The chgrp command on Linux changes the group ownership of a file or directory. Why use it instead of chown ? Sometimes a Swiss Army knife is great, but when you really need a scalpel, only a scalpel will do. Read More »

 
How to Rotate iPhone Videos Without Installing an App

For years, iPhone users needed to download a third-party video editor app to rotate videos. With the launch of iOS 13, users can fix the orientation of videos from the built-in Photos app. Here’s how. Read More »

 
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How to Enable Dark Mode on your iPhone and iPad

Dark mode is everywhere from Mac, Windows, Android, and now on the iPhone and iPad. iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 finally brings the much-coveted feature to Apple’s devices. It looks great, and it automatically works with supported apps and websites. Read More »

 
LIFESAVVY

How Often Should You Check Your Credit Score?

When you’re on a mission to get your credit score up a few points so you can make a big purchase, it’s tempting to check your credit score every day. Unfortunately, you’re only going to make yourself crazy. Here’s how score updating works and how often you should take a peek. Read More »

 
LIFESAVVY

5 Pumpkin Flavored Treats That Aren’t Lattes

It’s pumpkin-flavored everything season! What started as a Starbucks latte over 15 years ago, has turned into an anticipated time of year for many. Read More »

 
REVIEW GEEK

Want Airplay on Your Existing TV? You’re Stuck With Two Options

Apple’s AirPlay protocol allows you to cast video from your phone or laptop to a TV. It’s a useful feature, but if you want to add AirPlay support to an existing TV, you’re stuck with just two options. Read More »

 

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How-To Geek Recommends Running Malwarebytes Alongside Your Antivirus

Running antivirus is still important, but these days the really active threats are from spyware, adware, crapware, and the worst of all: ransomware. That’s where Malwarebytes comes in. Malwarebytes not only protects your computer from malware, but does a better job of cleaning up an infected computer than anything else on the market. PC and Mac
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