Looks like Florida Blue subscribers have a problem. Not with medical but with their banks. A software glitch is behind wiping out some user's bank accounts. Don't know why, but you better bet that their customers are going to change their auto pay feature now.
Tired of your browser history showing up and your just upset that later on in the future it can be easily accessible and sold to others. Here is how to stop it and how to take back control of your surfing habits. It's none of anyone's business where you browse as long as it's not on your work related computer.
Looks like Verizon is luring in new customers with their Gigabyte plans. But don't just say yes until you understand the rates for gigabyte. And yes there is the modem rental fee that is not included in the plan. When everything is done, you will still be paying $200-. Don't get fooled by the advertising gimmick.
Let's just say this pricey item is a life saver and worth every penny. Not only will it charge your laptop but other c type laptops as well. Check it out if your looking for a very portable laptop charger.
Looks like there is a flaw on Facebook security when it comes to resetting account passwords. If a user did not delete an old phone number from their Facebook account. Anyone with that number can easier reset the Facebook account and change the user password. Not good if your life revolves around social media.
Looks like the iPhone 8 will be coming out a month or two late, but this could be an advertising gimmick for user's to pre-order the iPhone 8 before it comes out.
Regardless it's getting a lot of publicity and preparing users for the hefty price that's down ahead.
Getting the Windows update error code lately and don't know what to do next. It's alright, I will give your the information needed to fix it.
It's an annoying fix and looks like it will be a while before Microsoft decides to fix it.
Looks like the Webroot system antivirus is flagging all Windows files as malware. Unfortunately the fix has to be manually done until Webroot can fix it's problem. Maybe it's time to find a new antivirus?
This is something interesting, like finding out that your headphones that you own are not listening devices for others. This famous company not only is recording tons of information from you, but actually distributing to other companies with no limits. Spooky and scary.
Looks like Facebook is working very hard to make 360 viewing possible. If it succeeds you better believe that it can change technology overnight. Not only will user's require less bandwidth to access these streams but change the products we use on a daily basis. The future is here, now will it be possible by Facebook.
This password manger is unlike other password keepers. This one has 2 step authentication and simple recovery options should you forget your main password. Another reason why it's not a bad idea to have a password vault online.
Have a cloud account and wondering how secure your files are. Here is an add-on to your files should you be concern on securing your documents on the internet.
It's a great add-on utility for keeping your files secure while online.
Here is the scoop on the recent United Airlines bump list. And for those user's who really think that a computer generated specific passengers at random, think again. It's not likely going to happen to a frequent flier or a high paying customer.
Here is a new job site from Google similar to Linkedin which employers can review your search history. I don't know if that yet is a good thing or bad thing. But I would be concerned. I knew sooner or later that Google will eventually use your searching information against you.
Now how is an individual suppose to find a job if there searches can be used against them.
This is a great recovery software for both Windows and Mac. If you in the market for one software that does both, the price makes sense. Plus they have that thirty day money back guarantee, it's worth a try for the price.
Amazing story on how these fellow inmates were able to build a computer, bypass security and browse on the internet and create some more internet crimes all while serving their prison terms.
You sometimes have to admire that once an individual is focus on doing something, the impossible could always happen.
For those user's who already cutting the cord here is some additional information to stay free of cable bundles. There is a lot of stuff available now than there was before. Consumers have a new choice.
If you can sacrafice the new channel line ups and modern way of playing movies, then cord cutting is for you.
For those user's who were trying to install the Chromecast application and can't seem no to find it anymore. We'll there is a great reason for that and that is that Google no longer supports the application and shut down the service.
Now for the good news, Google has incorporated casting into it's Chrome browser so all that you have to do is find the Cast application and double click it, to Cast.
Looks like Malwarebytes has a bug with Windows Defender that now it's disabling the service. The software for a while was working nicely together. But with Microsoft new updates, it looks less likely that it will be fixed anytime soon. Hopefully Malwarebytes will get their game together and get things go back as they were.
Looks like car manufactures are not telling you the truth regarding how many miles left when your car gauge reads empty. It's sort of misrepresentation of what the gas gauge was meant for but car manufactures will give you a million reason's why their way is the right way.
So for those user's who really want to know, then here is the information.