IFTTT, or If This Then That, is an online service that enables easy automation of systems that might not normally interconnect. One recipe that I’m using involves automatically posting new 404TS articles to a designated subreddit, /r/404techsupport.
With an update today, Internet Explorer will block out-of-date ActiveX controls in 30 days. Old versions of Java will be the first control that will be blocked with others joining in the future.
The Windows Sysinternals team inside Microsoft released a new utility last week called Sysmon.
Intel promoted an industry analysts’ report that calls the 3-4 year upgrade cycle of PCs a fallacy and pushes for a 2-year refresh cycle.
I got access to the Google Domains beta and Amazon Route 53 expanded their external DNS to a registrar, so I wanted to create an overview of the services to anybody shopping around for a new registrar.
Mondo’s 2014 IT Salary Guide just came out Friday so the data is hot and fresh.
Symantec Security Response prepared a report on wearable fitness devices and found vulnerabilities with the devices and the model of data custodianship.
Bleep is a BitTorrent Labs chat client that is in pre-alpha stages. It is designed specifically with security in mind to keep conversations confidential.
phpBB 3.1.0 is a release for the popular forum software that has been a long time coming.
Amazon has unveiled the new Amazon 3D Printing Store, allowing customers to create their own jewelry, toys, arts, accessories, and more.
If you signed up for the Mac OS X Yosemite beta, it is now available through the Mac App Store.
It’s pretty straight forward to create a USB installer for the latest OS X Yosemite, currently in beta.