In an email, the DOD is 'strongly encouraging' its employees and contractors to wait for iOS 13.1. Last night, the Department of Defense (DOD) sent employees and contractors an email "strongly encouraging"
The calender reads September 19 and that means that it's finally that time of the year for iOS users to update their phones (and new iPod Touch users) to the newest version of Apple mobile operating system.
LinkedIn Just Revealed a Surprising New Way to Make Your Profile Really Stand Out (This Changes Everything)
According to new LinkedIn research, 69 percent of professionals think their skills are more important than college education when job-seeking. Somewhere in our LinkedIn profile or résumé, most of us include
It’s harder to get an open source e-reader than you might think. Kindles are popular, but they lock you into Amazon’s ecosystem. Amazon’s books come with digital rights protection and the company can them
Once every few months, I take my iPhone and go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. I skip the offer to use a backup, or transfer data, and build from the factory settings.
Great literature is closer than you think, and you don't even need to visit a bookstore or pick up your e-reader to find it. If you haven't got time to sit down with a book — or if you just like being
In a few cases,your SIM card may pose more of a security risk than your phone's software. AdaptiveMobile Security researchers say they've discovered a new vulnerability, nicknamed Simjacker, that's being
Android just can’t seem to shake off its malware issues. A new malware campaign targeting Android has been found to engage in ad fraud at least since early June 2019. The findings, disclosed by cybersecurity