Symantec’s most recent “Internet Security Threat Report” contradicts the idea of corporate CEOs being the biggest targets for cybercriminals. Instead, it’s those who work for high-level executives who are targeted for phishing scams—an attempt to get someone to open an attachment or share information through a seemingly legitimate email.
With 500 million tweets sent each day, it’s easy to feel your messages are insignificant. So make the best of it. Here are some tips and tricks to get the most out of your 140-character experience.
Ian Paul of PCWorld offers extensions to keep your connections to websites encrypted, block companies trying to track you and erase any browsing data cached in your browser.
If you’re a road warrior, you appreciate a good map app that you can rely on to get you where you’re going. Beyond Google and Bing maps what can you find?
Eliminate the hassle of changing your address, subscriptions, accounts, etc. with the Updater—a dashboard for your mailing information.
Many of us work with colleagues who are based in different places. Coordinating progress and figuring out how to work together can be a time-consuming endeavor. That’s why Huddle is a lifesaver.
In 2013 Google introduced this new algorithm that changes the way Google evaluates search inquiries, particularly with what’s called “Conversational Search.”
You voted. Now, are your representatives listening? Find out who should be listening and how to tell them what you think. Use these sites to find your government officials.
If you like saving time by establishing automatic systems that don’t require a lot of hands-on work on your part, you will probably love IFTTT.
Even though speed reading can lower your comprehension, it can be extremely helpful for getting what you need from certain documents, Thorin Klosowski writes. Chrome offers a mobile extension called Spreed that can help you get through a text in record time.