You are already meticulous about which links you click, you understand the warning signs of an adware infected app, and you have tight security on your computer – but, a new breed of malware can get past all of those precautions! According to Gizmodo, the new malware leaps between devices using audio signals that are undetectable by the human ear. So, how are you to prepare yourself?
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When it comes to web browsing on the iPad, the options are fairly limited compared to the offerings for the iPhone. The prime reason behind this is that most of the browsers available on the App Store have been built with the iPhone’s small screen in mind, and the same browsing apps face cluttering, lags and other issues when used on the iPad.
Yahoo dove deeper into being an Internet Age media company, bringing in news, music and television stars for the launch of online magazines focused on technology and food. The fresh online offerings were showcased by Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer…
In most countries in the world, including the United States, privacy is generally not a legally protected right. The incidences when an invasion of privacy goes punished are usually when it is in conjunction with another crime, such as breaking and entering or theft. As a result, there are constant risks coming from every angle and an army of different people and corporations who are looking to invade your personal privacy, both physically and online. And since it is both hard to catch and hard to prosecute, it is largely up to us to protect our own privacy. Here are five ways in which you can help secure your privacy every day.
Digital printing has evolved over the last decade. Its greatest distinction from and advantage over traditional printing processes of the past — lithography, flexography, gravure, or letterpress — is that there’s no need to replace printing plates. This advance has resulted in quicker turnarounds and less cost for the artist.
From inkjet to laser printers, graphic design using digital printing has become its own art form and is being used for many purposes. Companies and would-be Van Goghs have several options to create 21st-century art using this technology.