NASA’s Computer is 100 Million Times Faster than Yours With the level of technology employed in the common consumer computer, it is hard to imagine a computer that is significantly faster than the best products on the market. A new announcement by Google and NASA indicates that the machines we employ at home hardly scratch […]
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The Weekly Roundup 12.18 Editionby Amy | December 18, 2015
The Weekly Roundup 11.20 Editionby Amy | November 20, 2015
Top Sites Are Leaking Your Data to Third Parties Without your knowledge, 90% of top websites are sending your data to third-party sources. Recently, privacy researchers have shed light on the fact that sites that leak data share your information with an average of nine external domains.
The Weekly Roundup 11.13 Editionby Amy | November 13, 2015
Many Homeowners Unclear on Carbon Monoxide Safety Carbon monoxide is the leading cause of unintentional poisoning deaths in the United States. A new study shows that 66.5 percent of homeowners would not be able to recognize the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning.
The Weekly Roundup 10.30 Editionby Amy | October 30, 2015
Halloween Safety Tips With Halloween just around the corner, it’s important to make sure your children are safe while trick-or-treating. Here are some tips to ensure a safe and fun Halloween: Plan costumes that are bright and reflective To keep your home safe for trick-or-treaters, remove anything from your front lawn that children could trip […]
The Weekly Roundup 10.23 Editionby Amy | October 23, 2015
Three Things You Should Do Right Now to Protect Yourself Online With hacking so prevalent in the realm of cyber security, your accounts have become more vulnerable than ever. Companies do their best to protect you but there have still been significant password leaks recently.
The Weekly Roundup 10.16 Editionby Amy | October 16, 2015
How Teal Pumpkins May Mean a Safer Halloween Halloween, while an exciting time for most kids, can be a difficult time of year for kids who suffer from food allergies. A new initiative called the Teal Pumpkin Project aims to alleviate the stress of Halloween for kids with allergies.
The Weekly Roundup 10.9 Editionby Amy | October 8, 2015
The Smartest Building in the World While smart homes are a growing trend in the tech world, one of the biggest advancements may be a smart office building. The Edge, a new office building in Amsterdam built by Deloitte, uses an app on your phone to direct you to an open parking spot in the […]
The Weekly Roundup 10.2 Editionby Amy | October 2, 2015
How to Keep Your Mobile Device Safe With the ever-increasing cost of iPhones, protecting these pricy devices is becoming more of a priority. There are a few key steps that you can take to help increase the life expectancy of your iPhone.
The Weekly Roundup 9.25 Editionby Amy | September 25, 2015
How to Deal with a Burglar While You’re Home With a burglary occurring every 15 seconds in the US, it’s important to plan for any situation. This includes the possibility that you could be in your house while it is being broken into.
The Weekly Roundup 9.18 Editionby Amy | September 18, 2015
Driverless Cars Duped by Laser Pointer Driverless cars have been cause for concern for many people due to their reliance on cameras to ensure the safety of others around them. A new hack may give those who oppose the autonomous vehicles further ammunition to distrust the car’s technology.