No so fast; if you received an email that looks like it's from a friend of yours - sharing a document via Google Docs, you may want to investigate before you click into it. A phishing scam is making its rounds through the web using what looks like legitimate contacts of yours.
Have you ever searched yourself online? Digital mapping engines are a modern marvel - allowing you the opportunity to find out information on just about everyone and everyplace in the world. But what happens if there's an error and the web starts to give out false information about you?
I just received a new replacement for one of my department store credit cards - and I'm angry! While I'm aware of the move towards security chip credit cards by the end of the year, I wasn't very happy to learn that this particular department store is now going to require me to come up with a alpha-numeric, case-sensitive pin-number - with a length of their choosing - for me to remember in order
Since the advent of smart computers, people have always said they will take over. Look at the grocery store and some department stores with the self check out. Auto assembly lines too. There are some jobs safe from computer take over.
Industry researchers say the sales of PCs this year will decline for the first time ever. According to IHS and other industry forecasting companies, sales will decline by 1.2 percent. Not much you say, but that translates to millions of dollars.
It's a changing world and Boston Scientific is at the forefront. Recently, the medical device manufacturer decided to do away with paper sales brochures in favor of IPads and cloud-based technology that would allow their sales staff to walk into a potential client without a single piece of paper on them.
The FBI recently made a bust of a company that was using malware to make your computer visit certain web sites. After further investigating they found that close to 300,000 computers may crash on Monday because of this viral malware. Here's how you can fix it.
File this under the "be careful of what you wish for"-category; Mac users are crying foul after disclosures that Orbitz - the online hotel reservation site - uses modern technology to target them with pricier accommodations.