Group Video On Mobile Devices

Wouldn’t it be great if you could find a free, high-quality group video conferencing solution, offered by a company with a proven track record for quality? Great news if you’ve been looking for something like that, because now, you can!

Microsoft has big plans for Skype, and is in the process of rolling out a new suite of group video conferencing features by the end of March, this year.

First Ever Ransomware on OSX

It finally happened. Ransomware has officially made its first appearance on OSX. Anyone who downloaded version 2.90 of the “Transmission” App (which is a legitimate Bittorrent app available in the Apple Store) on or around March 4 should delete it immediately and install the clean 2.92 version.

Check Before Updating Your Java

Software companies seem to be losing their longstanding battle with the hacking community. In a recent blog post, Eric P. Maurice, who is the director of Software Security Assurance for Oracle, reported a devastating new software vulnerability that, while somewhat complex to execute, can result in the complete compromise of a user’s system.

Avoid These Dangerous Activities Online

There are a lot of things we do on the internet that we take for granted, but in some cases, and in certain parts of the world, there are things that can actually land you in jail. Take a look at the list below, and beware. It pays to be mindful of where you are and what you’re doing online at all times!

Deleting Your Search History

This one seems innocent enough.

Apple Replacing USB-C Cables For Certain Models

USB-C cable technology has enormous promise, so it’s a real shame that it has been plagued with so many issues in recent months. The problems for the new technology began a few months back, when it was widely reported that cheaply made USB-C cables were being shipped without power regulating features, meaning that you could completely fry any device you connected with the cable.