A terrific opportunity to ask any questions, be shown how to become more tech savvy with a smart phone or other device, and just get more comfortable with technology in general in a relaxed, no pressure setting.
Digital pranksters have struck again. This time with a flaw that impacts Safari and Chrome browsers on most devices (phone, tablet, laptop/desktop). NBC News is reporting the "prank" tricks people into clicking or tapping on links that will crash your browser by overloading them with some code.
If you haven't been lured into clicking the "Most Used Words On Facebook" link - good for you! Your private data is more secure than 18-million other people. The Facebook app that sprung from out of nowhere a couple of weeks ago has been convincing users to give up all of their private data with just a few quick clicks.