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Invest Your Pennies In Acorns

Invest Your Pennies In Acorns

Vic Wukovits October 16, 2014 0

There once was a time where people used cash to pay. Crazy, I know, but this was before there were smartphones that could help you pay, or even before everyone could use a debit

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Privacy Is Dead

Privacy Is Dead

Vic Wukovits October 1, 2014 0

Recently, the Internet hype factory exploded with the news that a number of female celebrities had been hacked; with the contents (most notably photographs) being pilfered from their iCloud backups. Of course, the photos

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Beef Up Your Online Security

Beef Up Your Online Security

Vic Wukovits August 11, 2014 0

Recently, a number of iPhone users in Australia were dismayed to find their iOS device locked with a message that they had been hacked by Oleg Pliss, who demanded a ransom of 100 euros

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A CHALLENGE

A CHALLENGE

Vic Wukovits August 7, 2014 0

I recently saw an article about a restaurateur who had been noticing that his customer satisfaction rates and profits were dipping. Coincidentally, he had old security footage from his establishment from 10 years earlier

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THE BEST DEAL FOR ONLINE BACKUP

THE BEST DEAL FOR ONLINE BACKUP

Vic Wukovits March 5, 2014 0

You really need to back-up your computer. Some folks use an external hard drive, and others use an online back-up service that sends your back-up files into the “cloud.” I use both, and having

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THE END OF NET NEUTRALITY?

THE END OF NET NEUTRALITY?

Vic Wukovits February 7, 2014 0

Net neutrality is a term you might have heard before but not really understood or cared much about. It’s important to understand the term before we proceed. According to Wikipedia, net neutrality is the

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iPAD AIR

iPAD AIR

Vic Wukovits January 8, 2014 0

I was exposed to the world of computing at a relatively early age. Back in 1983, relatively few people had computers in their homes, and those who did were using operating systems with no

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HANDS-ON WITH THE iPAD AIR

HANDS-ON WITH THE iPAD AIR

Vic Wukovits December 21, 2013 0

Often, when Apple releases a product with a new form factor, their goal is smaller and faster. On Nov. 1, the iPad Air arrived in stores with this goal reached. Retaining the 9.7-inch screen

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KEEPING YOUR FACEBOOK PRIVACY

KEEPING YOUR FACEBOOK PRIVACY

Vic Wukovits November 20, 2013 0

Are you on Facebook? If so, then chances are you’ve seen something scary from one of your friends about privacy settings that was posted because Facebook changed something. Most recently, the Facebook “Graph App”

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Problems With iOS7

Problems With iOS7

Vic Wukovits November 7, 2013 0

Prefacing the release of the latest iPhones, iOS 7 is heralded as a huge leap forward for Apple’s portable device operating system. While many Apple advocates are pleased with the changes this latest update

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