Tmart 8GB Simple MP3 Player Review

Tmart 8GB Simple MP3 Player

I remember way back in the 1990s when MP3 files first started to become popular. Computers back then didn’t have large hard drives, and external drives weren’t as readily available as they are today. Playing music on compact discs was the best way to listen to music. When the MP3 file started to become popular people gravitated to that format because you can easily have good quality music using a fraction of the storage space of a CD. Read More »

Audio/Video

Outrun 2 Arcade Machine

Outrun 2 Arcade Machine

Through life we are offered a wealth of different investment opportunities; a new boiler, 3D television, overseas property or even in the form of having a child. Investments can be damaging to the wallet, so one must always choose wisely in order to not be financially broken. However, when a person sees this awe-inspiring Outrun 2 machine retailing at nearly £68,000 – they simply weigh up their possible investments, turn to their partner and state ‘We don’t really need a kid anyway…do we?’. Read More »

Gadgets

Guidelines for Working with a Professional Copywriter

Guidelines for Working with a Professional Copywriter

Professional copywriting services can be a very vital asset for any business. A good copywriter has the capacity to create great copy which will boost the sales of your products and services. Once you have identified such an individual, you need to handle them well so as to build a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship. Here are some guidelines for dealing with a professional copywriter. Read More »

Internet Marketing

BYOD Rules, Network Security & Your Business

BYOD Rules, Network Security & Your Business

The integration of sophisticated interfaces in modern devices has made it difficult to draw a line between personal and business usage. Nearly a decade back, it was fairly easy to differentiate between data/software/applications targeted or being used at an enterprise level and those at a personal scale. The data that is being circulated around can be classified as business and non-business. Each has its own specific attributes with respect to sharing and security management. Read More »

Security Tips

CryptoLocker – Holding Your Computer for Ransom

CyptoLocker - Holding Your Computer for Ransom

In September 2013 a new type of malware was discovered to be making the rounds in computers running Microsoft Windows. This new malware is not really a virus because it typically requires a user to open an infected e-mail. What makes this malware particularly dangerous is what it does once it infects your computer – it holds your files for ransom. Read More »

Encryption

How to Backup Your Files for Years to Come

How to Backup Your Files for Years to Come

It is amazing how fast life can go by sometimes. I was recently looking at some of my digital photos and realized that I have over 28,000 digital photos saved since 2002. That was the year I bought my first digital camera. Back then I didn’t realize how many I would actually accumulate, but after starting a family since that time, the number of photos has grown exponentially. Read More »

Data Backup

How to Secure the Linksys EA4500 Wireless Router

How to Secure the Linksys EA4500 Wireless Router

Wireless routers, by default, are unsecured when you connect a router for the first time. This is important to know as you will need to take the necessary steps to secure any wireless router that you have just purchased. With regards to Linksys routers, the steps to secure the router are very similar, so if you have trouble finding proper steps to secure your Linksys router, you can usually follow steps for another Linksys router. Read More »

Networks

The Top 3 Most Dangerous Computer Viruses

The Top 3 Most Dangerous Computer Viruses

Computer viruses have come a long way since the very first one in early 1970s. Back in those days, computer viruses were basically self-replicating programs which didn’t do a lot of harmful activities (or anything harmful at all). Most were intended as academic testing purposes, and some were pretty much intended as jokes. The first virus in the wild was Elk Cloner, which essentially cloned itself from floppy disks to spread and upon 50th use, it will show a poem. Read More »

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