How to keep your iPhone but switch to Google or Microsoft apps

Your guide to a new software ecosystem. Your iPhone may be an Apple product, but it can still run your favorite Google and Microsoft apps. Ben Kolde via Unsplash/David Nield Just because you prefer the curved aesthetics of the iPhone doesn’t mean you want to buy entirely into the Apple software ecosystem. After all, Google and… Please follow and like us:

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Is there such a thing as online privacy? 7 essential reads

By The Conversation. Who’s sharing your secrets? Antonio Guillem/Shutterstock Over the course of 2017, people in the U.S. and around the world became increasingly concerned about how their digital data are transmitted, stored and analyzed. As news broke that every Yahoo email account had been compromised, as well as the financial information of nearly every adult… Please follow and like us:

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Don’t Download This Word File: New Ransomware Deletes Victim’s Files In 96 Hours

Security researchers have discovered a new form of ransomware being distributed through malicious Microsoft Office documents and Word files—and attackers have published videos to walk victims through the process of buying Bitcoin to get pay the ransom. The Spider Virus ransomware campaign was first identified on Dec. 10 by researchers at cybersecurity firm Netskope and has… Please follow and like us:

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These Gmail searches will dig up stuff you never knew you missed

Find lost messages, unearth attachments, clear your inbox, and more. The right searches can pick out a needle from your inbox’s haystack. David Nield/Popular Science Gmail dominates the email landscape. It provides gigabytes of storage, works at super-fast speeds in any browser, and automatically sorts messages into specialized sections depending on their content and importance. But… Please follow and like us:

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Warning: New email scam targets millions of Netflix subscribers

We’re getting word of a convincing new phishing scam that’s targeting Netflix subscribers via email. According to the cyber security firm MailGuard, subscribers are told that their billing information needs to be updated. The email directs them to a fake Netflix site, which asks for login and billing details. RELATED: Clark’s TV bundle will cut your… Please follow and like us:

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