Very few phones have the new USB Type-C cables just yet, but there are enough that manufacturers have jumped on the accessory train. Be careful when you buy, though. Some are so poorly made, they’re actually damaging hardware. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
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You probably already know that the more digits in your passcode, the better, but if you’re still using a four digit passcode, especially on your iOS device, you should probably change it. Here’s why, and how to do it in iOS and Android. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
It’s the end of the line for Windows 8.0 and Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10. With Microsoft pulling support on them today, it’s upgrade-or-get-hacked time. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
The holidays usually means a lot of presents, and that means a lot of empty product boxes to get rid of. When you toss out your boxes, make sure you’re not showing off all of the expensive items that are now in your home to potential thieves. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Whether you’re a longtime drone pilot, or just gifting one to a family member for the holidays, be sure to register your device before February 19, 2016. It will be free for the first 30 days, so there’s reason you shouldn’t be able to dodge some hefty fines. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
I love Apple’s new peripherals . The Magic Keyboard is a beautiful work of industrial design and surprisingly fun for typing. The Magic Mouse 2 looks the same as its predecessor, but it’s rechargeable. And that, I’m afraid, is a blessing and a curse. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Over seven million pets go missing in the U.S. every year, and less than 5% of lost cats are reported and returned home. When your indoor kitty gets a little too curious and darts outside, a collar might be the only thing that can help it come home. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Filed under: Motorsports, Videos, Porsche Mark Webber and Porsche put out this public service announcement to highlight the dangers of texting and driving. Continue reading PSA: Mark Webber can’t text and drive and neither should you PSA: Mark Webber can’t text and drive and neither should you originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 16 Nov […]
A few months ago, the FCC announced rules that seemed like it might start restricting consumer Wi-Fi hacking. If that had you worried, rest easy. The FCC has altered its plan and you can modify your router firmware with no legal barriers whatsoever. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
(PG-13) Ogilvy Beijing worked with The Center for Psychological Research, Shenyang to raise awareness on the effects of verbal abuse. The campaign’s centerpieces were sculptures of abusive phrases that could be rearranged to form weapons. Hat Tip Link More Awesome Stuff for You to Click On: Baron Margo’s Rocket CarSpinning DaggersAll Things FallBoneshaker Big WheelHans […]
You’ve probably heard about the popular "tech support" scams making the rounds these days. Someone claiming to be from Microsoft calls you, asks you to accept a remote connection, then they take control of your computer. You may be smart enough to avoid this, but your friends and family might not be—so take this time […]
Binge watching is a very real problem, affecting millions of Americans every day. Don’t let it destroy your life, too. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source
Filed under: Hirings/Firings/Layoffs, Peugeot, Citroën Change is afoot at PSA. The parent company of both Peugeot and Citroën is on the verge of securing major funding from both the French government and from Chinese automaker Dongfeng, it recently named former Renault COO Carlos Tavares as its chief executive officer, and now it has selected its […]
Millions of people are suffering in war torn areas, but we often forget about them because we are too focused on our own petty problems. Save the Children jolts us with a tale that hits closer to home. We can help, even in small ways.
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What was happening in 1951? Among other things, the Korean War, Mickey Mantle’s first game for the New York Yankees, average home prices of $9,000, gasoline prices of 19 cents a gallon and the AC Ace and Ford Country Squi…
A recent string of railway crossing accidents in the UK gave Top Gear an excuse to create a tongue-in-cheek advisory, highlighted by a train ramming into a car. Humor aside, you really don’t want to be in that situation folks.
In almost every sci-fi movie worth re-watching, it seems that us humans are always less technologically advanced, dumber and only serve as a mere speed bump into an alien race eliminating humans to take over our planet and suck Earth dry of its resourc…
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Admit it. We all do it. Tacking on the extra five to seven miles per hour while driving. Speeding, but not really speeding… or “comfortably” speeding as the New Zealand Transport Agency puts it. Hoping t…
Two drivers dish out their alibis for their bad road habits. Unfortunately, they will never have the time for the actual conversation to take place. A harrowing anti-speeding advisory for the New Zealand Transport Agency.