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WikiLeaks releases CIA documents on their technology spying capabilities – similar to the Snowden NSA leak – called Vault7

It has been a few days now, but on March 7th WikiLeaks released over 8000 (yes, thousand) pages of what it claims are CIA documents detailing their ability to use or hack technology, like phones […]

What you need to know to set up Wi-Fi right

Don’t be too cheap on the router. Spend what you can afford thinking it’s a 4 year+ investment. You don’t want to be disappointed when you start using it, or in a year.

I predicted that Samsung would keep the Note name and I was right

Samsung announced today the cause of their Note 7 battery failures. After months of testing literally thousands of phones and batteries, they reported the problems came from battery manufacturing only and nothing to do with […]

A quick cord cutting guide

CBS is the hardest network to get on any other service other than their own All Access app. Hulu has CBS or some CBS shows available the next day.

We wont have self driving cars for a long time no matter what you hear

Two things are real popular for the tech media to talk about these days (Ok, there are 5 or 6 things); virtual reality and autonomous cars. Hell, even mainstream media is talking about them a […]

The FBI can hack any computer anytime, anywhere with new rule. So no, They didn’t learn anything from Snowden leaks

Last Thursday, the US Supreme Court approved a change to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure that controls how law enforcement has to do things (follow procedure) in order to investigate a […]

Online security password basics

Get a password manager: LastPass, 1Password, KeyPass, or Dashlane. With a password manager you can have a different, complicated, and long password for each website