A trip into London's clandestine Paperboyo September 15, 2017 A few years into having lived in London, I realised I'd only explored a fraction of the city. So I dived into the capital's clandestine to
What companies should be doing to protect their computer systems—but aren’t Maybe stopping hackers isn’t always that hard. That may be difficult to imagine if you follow the headlines. In late 2013, America
This post is brought to you by Systweak Software, creator of free performance-boosting Mac app Tweak and Tuneup. To get the most out of your Mac, you should occasionally purge all the unwanted files that
Most of us have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. Sure, it’s an easy way to keep in touch with family and friends, but it’s also a major time drain and privacy killer. There is more to Facebook status
In Mac OS X, you’ll spend much of your time in the Finder, the part of your operating system that manages files and such. While you might think you know all there is to know about it, the Finder is a and
No matter how big or small your company is we all have something to protect. No matter how many layers of security we have in place, people continue to be the weakest link in their company's Cyber security
Last month, the Ponemon Institute published a report on 2014’s mega-breaches analyzing the impact they had on data protection practices. Unsurprisingly, the report confirmed corporate leaders are allocating
Lenovo's Superfish bug just went from bad to worse, as researchers have turned up an easy way to take advantage of the security flaws opened up by the pre-installed software. Superfish is present on Lenovo
Apple’s new 12-inch Retina MacBook Air is expected to enter mass production in the first quarter of 2015, manufactured by Quanta Computer, according to a new report released today. The new notebook is
Sony’s hacking story has been a long, confusing one to follow. Leaks have seemed endless since first starting and more crazy details have emerged in the last week than we’ve ever seen from the company.
From the editors of PopularMechanics.com, that MacBook on your desk might be even more powerful than you think. 1) Have Your Computer Read to You Don't feel like reading that enormous document yourself?
HandBrake Open Source video transcoder v0.10 released with hundreds of new features including H.265 and VP8 encoding
The developers of Handbrake just announced the 0.10 update to their extremely popular and useful Open Source video transcoding product. Originally focused on ripping DVDs, the product now can be used transcribing
Trojan is likely state sponsored, has attacked Russian, Saudi internet providers and telecoms since 2008 Security researchers have discovered one of the most advanced pieces of malware ever created — it's
According to the Breach Level Index, between July and September of this year, an average of 23 data records were lost or stolen every second – close to two million records every day.1 This data loss will