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
As posted a short time ago on the Netflix Media Center page, as of now Netflix subscribers can download movies and series from Netflix to watch offline.
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
Even though most people don’t like to admit it, porn is one of the most popular features of the internet. Just remember, it’s not something usually spoken about at parties. Here is the problem, it has come to light that one of the biggest players
After a couple of weeks of being in beta, Apple has now released the latest update for the iPhone, iPad & iPod’s.
For those of you that have Mac laptops, Apple has now released the latest update to the OS (now known as macOS). The latest version, which is 10.12.1, is now available after going through beta testing for the past month or so.
If you’ve seen the announcement for the iPhone 7, one of the key points Apple focused on was the fact that the iPhone was “water-resistant”. If you look at one of the latest commercials from Apple, it again emphasizes the fact that the iPhone is
Updated 9/22/16 @ 3:15 pm (EDT). Yahoo has now confirmed that it was breach, by what it calls “a state sponsored actor” in 2014. The hack according to Yahoo affects at least 500 million accounts (and to that can we all say DAMM!). Per Yahoo,
Seems the Samsung Note 7 is a HOT phone. No I mean like really hot, catching on fire hot. It seems of the 2.5 million Note 7 phones that have been sold there have been (something like) 35 reports of phones catching fire or smoking
The two factor authentication works by using something you know (your password) plus something you have (either email or text message) to prevent anyone who doesn’t have both parts from accessing your account. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. The following post is about How To Turn On Two Factor Authentication For Online Services.