Currently there is a manual fix for firefox, and Chrome has released a fix in their latest ‘Canary’ test release which should be released to the general public within the next few days. Until then, if you are unsure if you are on a real site and are about to enter sensitive information, you can copy the URL … Continue reading “Chrome and Firefox Users Beware of Tricky Phishing Attack!”
Want to know how to search google from google docs, do a reverse image search, subscribe to a google search, search for emoji (IOS only), or hot google searches? Check out Nat and Lo’s video “5 Google Search Tips You Should Know About”…
There is a common misconception with viruses on mobile devices: that Android devices are particularly vulnerable. Although it is true that Android devices account for 97 percent of mobile malware, there’s a caveat: the majority of this 97 percent relates to small, unregulated third party app stores in the Middle East and Asia. The figure becomes 0.1 … Continue reading “7 signs your phone has a virus (and what to do about it)”
Kudos to Grant Thompson, The King Of Random for this video jam packed with cell phone hacks I just had to share. What’s your favourite cell phone hack? If you have a cell phone hack, we’d love to hear it. Please share it with us by adding it to the comments below.
Tired of sending out blocks of tweets once or twice a day? Not getting the ROI on your time in the twitterverse? Check out these great tools to schedule your tweets and measure their impact: 1. Hootsuite Handling your Facebook, LinkedIn and blog releases, as well as timing your tweets, Hootsuite remains a scheduling champ. … Continue reading “Top 4 Ways to Time your Tweets”