TWiT is bringing back The Screen Savers, one of the most well known shows from TechTV.
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The features range from convenience to straight-forward information to accommodations to the device format they’re using.
The book follows the Skills Measured objectives listed for exam 70-687 as its outline and expands on each topic in more detail.
Google rolled out version 42 of the Chrome browser this week. Along with security fixes, the biggest change is the disabling of NPAPI plugins by default.
Verizon, Symantec, and Dell have published their reports this year and provide insights into the security landscape.
Biometric authentication uses a trait about the person to positively identify them before granting access. Disney characters could either love or hate biometrics given their stories and attributes.
Following up on last week’s announcement of Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader DC’s release, this article documents the silent install options for Reader.
Microsoft published an article over the weekend with examples of its work on the Internet of Things through manufacturing.
HackerOne is a platform for companies to use for their “bug bounty” programs. It provides the means to receive, manage, and reward bug reports.
YouTube sent partners an updated Terms of Service today that will allow YouTube to begin charging fans a monthly fee.
If you have devices on a conference room table or running across a hallway, you might want to put a cable cover down to reduce the trip hazard.
Ubiquiti, which provides the EdgeRouter Lite and Unifi APs, made an announcement today to introduce their EdgeRouter X.