If you are a fan of Major League Baseball, and you are also a customer of T-Mobile, you are in luck. Today’s post is a reminder for T-Mobile customers, you can get a subscription to MLB TV for the 2019 baseball season for free.
At the end of 2018, Apple announced that “limited number of 128GB and 256GB solid-state drives (SSD) used in 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) units have an issue that may result in data loss and failure of the drive”.
For those who have MacBooks, or an iPad/iPhone, Apple has a new update for you. Apple has released updates for macOS and iOS. Installing these updates will require a reboot. Today’s post will cover the details of these Apple updates.
Welcome to 2019, and welcome to another data breach. From researcher Troy Hunt, a large set of files were found on a cloud account. The file set included over 87 GB (that would be gigabyte) of data. In the data there was millions of email
So as of 6:40p (ET), if you visit the Pandora music site, you are seeing the error that “Something has gone wrong…”. Updated at 7:40p (ET) – Site now appears to be back up.
For most people, when you say anything about passwords, you basically get “Oh That Thing That Annoys Me”. Yes it does seem that everything we do these days has a password and there are too many passwords to try to remember.
Marriott today reported that they have become aware of a breach at their Starwoods brand that goes back to 2014. the Breach could affect up to 500 million customers who used the Starwoods reservations system. Marriott reports that they “recently discovered that an unauthorized party
If you are a Dunkin Donuts customer, who has a DD Perks reward program account, this matters to you. According to reports, DD Perks has suffered a breach, so depending on how much information you filled in, your data could be compromised.
Do you use the free version of Flicker? If you answered yes, there are Changes Coming To Flickr For Free Users, and they will affect you if you have over 1000 pictures stored. If you use Flickr, you will want to read this, as you
So Skype was going to kill the loved version 7 until it wasn’t going to kill the loved version 7. However, now Skype is going to kill the loved version 7 again. Makes sense right?