Category Archives: The Web

Todays Big Game #51 Is Being Streamed

Not sure if I can call the Super game being played today by its actually name (due to contractual rights) but football fans know what the Big Game is called. For those who cant watch on a TV for any reason, Fox Sports Go is streaming todays game. 

Hoax Alert – Facebook Will Cost Money

One of the regular hoaxes, that seems to have a life of its own, involves Facebook charging users a service fee for its services. There are 1000s (seriously) of variations, but overall the hoax says that unless you share, or send the following post to

Fix For The Amazon License Limit Reached Error

This week I came across an error with Amazon, while trying to launch the Amazon App Store.  I received an error message concerning the “License Limit Reached”. The error happened after installing the Amazon App Store on a new device, when trying to log in.

Facebook Is Coming After You (Sarcasm Alert)

Not sure if you heard the latest Warning about Facebook. Facebook is coming after you (warning sarcasm alert ahead). If you didn’t know what Facebook has planned, read this……. That’s right, you can expect a run on Aluminum Foil the next time you go shopping.

Yahoo Announces New Hack – Over 1 Billion Affected

Yahoo has just posted information concerning a newly found breach of its systems. This hack of Yahoo systems appears to be unrelated to a previous announced breach in September 2016.  This time the Yahoo breach is reportedly affecting an astronomical 1 Billion (yes that is a B in

Quest Diagnostics Reports It Was Hacked

According to a News Release by Quest Diagnostics, it appears they have suffered from being hacked. The news release states that on November 26, 2016, via a third party app that approximately 34,000 individuals have had Name, Date of Birth, lab results, and (in some cases) phone numbers compromised. The

Alert: Credit Card Breach @ Madison Square Garden Company

According to a notice released today by The Madison Square Garden Company, they have suffered a data breach on the on site credit card processing. Per MSG, if you visited the following locations Madison Square Garden Radio City Music Hall The Beacon Theatre The Chicago

Office Depot Caught Deceiving Customers (via KIRO 7 Seattle)

In an interview with local Seattle TV station KIRO 7, an Office Depot employee has spoken out about unnecessary computer fixes that customers who brought computers in to Office Depot were tricked into paying. According to the employee interviewed by KIRO, “If they actually did