Download Photos from iCloud

Tired of using Apple iCloud and want to consolidate all your photo's from iCloud to a new provider. Well these are the steps you need to take to transition from one cloud customer to another.
It's not going to be easy work, but in the long run you will have control of your library at a better cost. 


AnyDesk RDP Hacked

It looks hackers compromised AnyDesk and the company quickly revoked all security certificates. It's still uncertain on how the cyber attack compromised it's production system but in the next coming days hopefully there will be more information coming out. 


Vision Pro Problems

It's no surprise that users are already giving feedback to others on their new Apple headsets but for now the list is still small.

Still like any new product, Apple intends to resolve this with updates but regular use and more consumer feedback will hopefully narrow down the pro's and con's of purchasing a Vision Pro.


Circle to Search

Looking for something online and want hep on searching for that item, then Circle to Search is a great start to narrow down what you are looking for.

Here are some tips to help you succeed finding what you are looking for. 



Chrome AI Features

It looks like Chrome will be soon getting these AI features to organize tabs, create custome themes and help with writing on the web.
It's defintely the begining of more things to come from Chrome and even though they are not major changes it will open to the door to future AI projects in Chrome. 



This site is going to help you with your job search when it's time to find a job. It's automates your job application process using AI and searches all the job platforms to find you a job using Job GPT. 

It's another great way AI is simplifying things for you in the job market when trying to find a job. So if you are out of a job check it out and let AI help you out.

They even guarantee you 30 days money back if they cannot get you an interview. It's definitely a big game changer when your unemployed. 



Are you ready for an implant, the first clinical trials are open to anyone who wishes to control a computer or mobile device anywhere you go.
I must admit that this feels like a science fiction movie, but if all goes well you can be ahead of the pack when it comes to advance technological break through.


End of Workforce Loyalty

Our new technlogical world is changing the workforce rapidly that things that were normal in the workforce years ago are no longer there. Workforce loyalty is a toss up and down depending on who you talk too. 

Companies like Telsa think it's alright to push employee's to the brink of exhaustion only to easily layoff these dedicated workers. Is this right and is this the proper approach. 

This article is a must read on Workforce loyalty and could be the end if companies do not make changes. 


Why is Tesla Autopilot Ruined

Depending you who talk to, Telsa's autopilot had made it hard for drivers not to pay attention at the road at all times. 

I guess with all the current lawsuits, the software being still in some what BETA version because it's not full proof. You cannot blame consumers for feeling that they were mislead. 



Big iOS Update Coming

It looks like Apple plans on pushing more features to iOS 18 and it's going to be a major game changer for iPhones. The new OS has a lot more opportunities for Apple to introduce AI, but I guess will will still have to wait until they are ready to give us more. 


VR Direct

Virtual reality is getting very interesting with these new body tracking devices. Using these devices will definitely enhance your VR world and make things seem more realistic.  

It's definitely worth to check out what's going to be available to everyone soon in the VR world. 



Benz Scource Code Out

It's no surprise for Mercedes-Benz exposing some source code by leaving a private key online with unrestricted access. It's just good practice to have periodic security audits in place to prevent things like this from occurring. 

Hopefully this is a wake up call for the company to advance their security concerns, and that they do not get exposed again.   


NSA buying US Browsing

It looks like the NSA is buying USA citizens browsing records and sources say that it's legal unless the courts say otherwise.
It's pretty scary to think that someone is reviewing what you are searching online for. But it's not an odd request from the agency with an election year coming up.


Find Hidden Cameras

The next time you are in a hotel or a rented house you should scan around for hidden cameras. This is becoming a known practice for many and here are some ways that you can easily find these devices.

In a world where privacy is concerning, I would take precautions just in case.


Chrome 3 AI

Chrome is catching up with there competitors by adding AI to it's browsers. It's a smart move to keep stay on top on how AI is assisting users when surfing. 

Let's see how it's going to compete with Microsoft. 



Buying Used EVs

The EV market is currently exploding and car buyers may think that buying a used EV will be worth it the same way you buy a used car. 
Now you need to stop and read this article and understand why that no longer applies to EVs and the big risks you take getting a used EV.

I guess for now until things change it's best to purchase directly a new EV until their circumstances change.


Mesh for Teams

Microsoft recently launched Mesh for Teams and it's worth checking out and taking a look at the meta world to see how users can collaborate with others. 

It's a virtual reality meeting using avatars where everyone meets in one place. It's definitely worth checking out and giving it a try to easily stay connected with everyone in the workplace. 


Rabbit R1

Here is a new device using AI that watches what you do on your phone and replicates it whenever you ask. Let's just say it's like having a virtual assistant to do your phone tasks app-free. Hopefully to get you to use your phone less and still keep you connected by consolidating everything. 

It's another milestone step to hopefully change the way we now communicate daily. It's going to be interesting to see what other companies will do next. 


O365 New Menu

It looks like this coming March new features will be coming out for Outlook for Windows and the new UI is supposed to make Outlook more faster. 

I would not be surprised if it's even delayed further as consumers adapt to the new layouts.


Apple Watch Portable Charger

If you have an Apple Watch you might want to consider getting this keychain charger for your watch. It's a perfect addition to add to your keychain in case you forget to charge your watch.

If it fits right, then why not get one. 


Telsa bitter cold

It looks like some Tesla owner's had to be towed during a recent cold spell in the Windy city and some user's even experienced slow charging times at charging stations. 

It's too bad that these users did not read their owners manual to keep the charge over 20 percent during the bitter cold. But if you are from the Windy city, then this is expected. 


Tesla Battery Lifespan

Telsa owners should be aware of Telsa battery lifespan and let's just say not paying attention to this on a regular basis will cost you dearly if you do plan to keep the car for a long haul.
In most cases it's covered under their warranty but not all batteries are the same and you need to take steps to get the most out of it. 


Google new Cookie Killer

Google's new cookie killer is bringing in less money but in the long run it's going to eventually revolutionize the ad industry and increase consumer privacy. 

But this is just the begining and as time passess the numbers will be clearer to see how it's going to affect everyone benefiting from cookies. 


Google backs Right to Repair

The long battle to right to repair is being backed up by Google to have consumers fix their own broken devices and it's a positive move for this giant company.

Hopefully this move will encourage more manufactures to let consumers do what they wish and focus on other areas where they can easily make money. 



Fix a bad Wireless Internet

Having a bad wireless internet is not always that easy to fix. At times you can follow these basic tips using the link below to resolve your problem and most of the time it can be fixed. 
For those rare instances where the problem continues, then professional help is needed to see if it can be fixed. 


Pc Building Mistakes

If you are a gamer and you love building computers make sure you remember these building mistakes so that it does not happen to you. 
Building the right gaming rig takes time and you should not quickly rush into it. Doing so is going to cost you dearly in the long run. 


iPad Tips and Tricks

If you are currently using an iPad here are some great tips and tricks you should be aware of. These
portable devices cannot be ignored and are still being used by consumers daily because of the user-friendly features they maintain. 


iOS Ski App

If you are an iOS user and love hitting the slopes you might want to know that soon you will be able to get live lift and trail status from various resorts when using the application.

Apple is now keeping the ski slopes live feeds active for those slope lovers. 


Edge Statistics

It looks like last year's holiday shopper's Edge usage showed some good results when it comes to phishing attacks. The browser was able to block over 100 million phishing attacks and it's just showing how proactive the company is getting when securing online security.

All we can hope is that companies continue being proactive with consumer security. 


Microsoft twarts Malware

It looks like Microsoft is taking stronger action against malware attacks that it's disabling the MSIX protocol which has been an ongoing vulnerability in cyber attacks.

Let's hope that the new year puts a stop to these ongoing cyber-attacks. 



Report a Spammer

Great information from Bob on how to report a spammer, now it's not that simple to do but if you read the article and follow the link it will give you guidance on what to do next.

I hope someone can make life easier and put an end to these annoying emails.