Keeping track of sensitive financial information is the best safeguard
There are some easy ways to reduce your chances of being a victim of fraud.
What happens to your account when you die? Now you have a choice.
What happens to your digital history when you die? Should your presence be erased or should you grant access to someone to handle—and perhaps clean up—your online social media accounts? Facebook's new legacy contact feature lets you choose someone to have limited access to your account after death to memorialize your account.
Continuous readings on a device you might already carry are in the near future
Medical device maker Dexcom is working on an app to pair their implantable glucose sensor with the iPhone and iWatch to display glucose trending.
Guest blogger Jane Zamudio shares how she landed a job with help from her library
Looking for a job in today's tech-savvy world can be a daunting task for those who aren't confident in their skills. The local library is a great place to get the training needed to search for and land the perfect job.
Guest blogger Yenni Mercado is getting around language barriers for her Spanish-speaking students
Many library patrons come in need of computer training that is offered in Spanish. Having curriculum and materials that have been translated shortens the learning curve.
Today's library patrons want something more than books
With patrons in need of high-quality technology training, Broward County Library has found a cost-effective and sustainable model through OASIS Connections.
Lots of great features and oh yeah, it's free
I admit it, I'm excited. Windows 10 promises to do something I've wished for a long time: Erase app differences between devices.
Real-time machine translations breaks new ground for instant communication between those who don't speak a common language
Skype Translator offers the stuff of sci-fi: real-time (or as close as possible to real-time) translations of a voice conversation in two different languages. When one user speaks, a computerized voice speaks the translation to the other user, and vice versa. A running transcription of the original and translated words appears in a sidebar, ensuring that any misunderstanding from the machine is obvious to the speaker.
Microsoft says a new Skype, a web app that will work within major browsers, is around the corner
Microsoft has just announced Skype for Web, a browser-based web app that will allow anyone (maybe?) to use Skype using only a browser.
New course is more in-depth and has been combined into one manual
The new manual for iOS 8 is on the downloads page in both English and Spanish. The manual is bigger and better than ever.
Julie Blow volunteered to create 50th reunion memory book and picked up tech skills along the way.
Taking on a creative project is a great way to pick up new computer skills.
Feature makes your critical health alerts and emergency contact information available even when phone locked
Your phone might be the first link emergency personnel have to your medical data and emergency contacts. The new Health app in iOS 8 has a built-in ICE (In Case of Emergency) feature that can be accessed even if the screen is locked. Here's how to set it up, and alternatives for Android users and those without iOS 8 as well.
Wellness with Cindy
Looking into your ancestry is even more fun and effective with technology.
The curtain was partially peeled back today for a glimpse of the future of Windows. The name was a surprise, what else did we learn?
Microsoft gave everyone a peek, and a time table of sorts, to the new Windows OS today. According to various rumors, the new edition was to be called Windows 9, or Threshold, or just plain Windows. Microsoft surprised everyone and christened it Windows 10, emphasising that this is not just an upgrade, but a whole new way of doing business.
Apple developer website shows Apple users jumping on quickly
Adoption of iOS 8 reached nearly 50% 5 days after release according to Apple's App Store measurments.
There’s a lot of hype about the iPhone 6 Plus bending easily, but don’t take it too seriously. Just don’t sit on it.
Bendgate, the reported tendency of the new iPhone 6 to flex and bend, has gone viral. But today's mobile phones have always been subject to bending and the iPhone 6 is no exception. In fact, SquareTrade, the company that insures mobile phones, says the iPhone 6 is the toughest model they've ever tested. Get some perspective and watch the video here.
Will we see the debut of the iWatch, iOS 8, maybe even a new iPad?
If you’re an Apple fan then Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at 10am PDT is circled in red on your calendar and your reminders are set. Apple will be live streaming a huge event to announce the new iPhone 6 and, as their media invite said, they do wish they could say more.
Resumes often fail to pass the software scan. Here's how to pass the barrier.
Traditional thought about resumes sometimes focuses on a great visual appearance, something that makes them look professional and appealing in hopes of making the person wading through the pile stop and look. The truth is, large companies use software to weed through thousands, even millions of resumes, and those fancy resumes can guarantee failure.
App for iPhone and iPad takes stunning immersive photos
Google photo sphere might just change the way you take pictures. Gone is the traditional frame, replaced by an immersive 360 degree sky-to-earth photo. And now it's available for the iPhone and iPad.
Here is what you need to know about this accessibility technology and how to use it
Subtitles, closed captions, SDH (Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of hearing) are accessibilty technologies that interpret video for those with hearing loss. This article explains the differences and shows you how to turn them on either an Android or iOS device.