Stuck without a data connection on the road? Free public Wi-Fi is one of those little luxuries that can make travelling easier, but you do need to exercise caution in how you use it. Here are some tips
Beefing up security on the web Apple rolled out two-step verification for Apple IDs about a year-and-a-half ago. Now it's finally bringing the same added security measure (which sends a numeric code to
CloudGOO, a newly launched Android application with something of a silly name, offers a way for you to smush together all your cloud-based file storage accounts to form one big cloud drive in the sky.
Twitter turned eight last week, and a tool that locates your first tweet surfed that wave, becoming popular among users of the microblogging service. Following on from that is First Follow, a service Socialrank
Bzzzt. Your phone vibrates. The problem? It’s across the room. Maybe it’s someone texting you. Or maybe someone just liked one of your Facebook photos. Or maybe some dumb game wants to remind you to buy
Funk band Vulfpeck is showing everyone what growth hacking is all about — exploiting weaknesses to promote your work. The band recently released a new album on Spotify called Sleepify. It consists of songs