You may have heard of a new ransomware attack that has occurred in Europe and the UK, however it is quickly spreading around the globe. Here's how you can protect your computer and business.Read More
Just when you thought you knew all the sneaky tricks of the ransomware virus, a new one called Fantom has been identified. This ransomware is based on the open-source EDA2 ransomware project. Fantom uses a fake Windows Update screen to trick users intRead More
You would have heard about the Cryptolocker virus or maybe you or one of your colleagues were affected by it. While we know what to look out for, it is still causing havoc over the internet to this day. We have found 2 solutions that can help protect your business and its documents.Read More
Google has launched a new tool to celebrate the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, letting users choose to join the light side or the dark side of the force, and customizing the appearance of their Google apps accordingly. Once you've picked a side (the dark side was worryingly popular in The Verge's offices), Google starts updating your apps. Gmail gets new backgrounds, YouTube's progress bar and volume slider appear as red or blue lightsabers, and in Google Maps, your position marker becomes either a TIE fighter or an X-Wing. There are even more changes to Chrome, Chromecast, Google Translate, Waze, and more.Read More
We use the Sonos speaker systems around our office. They’re great! But when Apple launched Apple Music some wondered if Sonos would support Apple Music, and vice versa? Tweets from Sonos and Apple made it clear that it would.
But here is another example of how conflicting compatibility between hardware and services can frustrate consumers, making us regret our purchases of otherwise fine devices. In the competition between different standards, between online services, and plenty of other areas,Read More