Happy Thanksgiving Everyone in the USA. For everyone trying to post family gathering or just doing their daily visit of Facebook, Instagram (which is owned by Facebook), or Facebook Messenger you may be having issues. No it isn’t your computer, its Facebook.
In the past couple of day’s Twitter announced it was considering removing inactive accounts. In Twitters thinking, if you aren’t using the account, someone else should have the opportunity. The original announcement from Twitter, was simply that they were going to enforce the existing policy
7:45p (ET) Update: Humanity can return to it’s posts of Meme’s and Selfies. Officially Facebook has announced that the issues have now been resolved.
One of the principles of Tech Geek and More is to make tech easy. For that, Today’s post will cover How To: Turn On Two Factor Auth Instagram. We just want to make sure you have the knowledge to protect your online presence.
In the continuing push to make sure you have the knowledge to protect your online accounts, today we give you the information you need to protect your Twitter account. Today’s post will cover How To: Turn On 2 Factor Authentication for Twitter.
One thing you can do secure an online account is to activate Two-Factor authentication. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. With two-factor authentication, when you try to log into your account, you will receive a message
Here is an interesting “Did You Know” about Instagram. Did you know that you can track how long you have used instagram, on a daily basis, over the past 7 days? Yep, for those who may need to confirm if they are addicted to Instagram
Once you think you have heard of the craziest/scariest/dangerous challenge going around the internet something else even worse comes along. From the tide pod challenge, condom challenge, kiki challenge, inmyfeelings challenge, crazy, scary, and dangerous just seems to be a normal thing. The latest challenge