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November 25, 2014

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Network environments can be extensive and difficult to monitor. Keep your business network in check with these handy tools.

November 24, 2014

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Almost everybody knows how to copy and paste text, but not everybody knows how to make full use out of the Windows Clipboard. Get more out of your copy/paste function with these 5 tips.

 

 

November 21, 2014

NCA raid

 

Fifteen people have been arrested, including four in the UK, in connection with the hijacking of computers. Suspects used Remote Access Trojans (Rats) to obtain access to user’s webcams.

November 20, 2014

Here’s a useful Bluetooth tool which will help you locate your keys in the event that you misplace them. Keylink, which pairs with the Motorola Connect app, is a $24.99 Bluetooth-enabled device that helps you track down your lost keys or almost anything else you attach it to. You can make Keylink ring by activating it from the app. Motorola launched the device on Wednesday. Additionally, It works in reverse. If you lose your phone, Keylink has a button that will make your phone ring — as long as the missing device is within 100 feet.

November 19, 2014

First, let’s start with what home automation is. Home automation is the automation of the home itself, housework, or household activities. Systems such as lighting, HVAC, appliances, security locks, and other items can be automated to occur at specific times, or in response to specific inputs. These inputs can be entered directly or remotely via the internet. Open your blinds, turn on lights, turn down the thermostat, lock a door, each of these tasks can be accomplished with home automation. With the inclusion of an internet connection, many of these home automations can be directed and controlled from your phone, laptop, or tablet. Here is an article answering some questions on how to get started with a home automation kit.

Once you begin to think through all the little things that are possible with home automation, its attractiveness becomes quite apparent. Home automation makes it easy to control the temperature in your home, while you’re not there. Turn the thermostat up for when you’re at the office, or out of town. Turn on lights, close blinds, and lock doors from your tablet to ward of possible break-ins. A company named LittleBits has created a simple home automation kit that is available for purchase. Their introduction kit is easy to learn, use, and deploy, and will have you on your way to home automation projects. Check out this review of their Smart Home Kit.

November 18, 2014

Well, maybe not Tesla, but its coming from Tesla founder Elon Musk’s other venture, SpaceX. Read More >>

November 17, 2014

Microsoft announced a security vulnerability affecting Windows operating systems. The bad news, all platforms appear to be affected. The good news? Unless you’re running Windows XP, it’s stupid easy to fix.

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November 14, 2014

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Android 5.0 Lollipop rolls out to the newest Nexus smartphone devices. Lollipop comes with many new bells and whistles as well as a new aesthetic labeled as Material Design by Google.

 

November 13, 2014

With the diverse demands of the market, phone companies might have a problem meeting those demands in the future. What if your phone could have exactly what you wanted and you didn’t have to settle or decide on one model over the other? Modular smartphones could be filling a space in your pocket in the near future.

 

November 11, 2014

 

When you think of what 3D printing can do, you probably imagine simple plastic models and parts — clever, but not exactly revolutionary. If you ask Dovetailed’s Vaiva Kalnikaite and Make‘s Anna Kaziunas France, however, they’ll tell you that 3D printers can accomplish much, much more.

 

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