On severs throughout the world, everything about you is slowly being collected. This isn’t necessarily a tin-foil hat kind of conspiracy and it isn’t just the NSA we have to worry about. In fact, with reasonable encryption, the NSA can’t… Read More ›
In case you’ve been living under a rock this past week, Apple shocked absolutely no one (maybe except you if this sentence actually applies to you) and announced 3 new iPhones. But as the iPhone part of their Keynote played… Read More ›
Just a few days ago, a client of mine has learned the hard way to not let a scam company take control of your computer to provide you support.
Yesterday, Apple has officially released Swift 2.2 to everyone. This release is focusing on quicker coding and is the first official release.
When it comes to smartphones, Apple is the king of encryption. When it comes to Android, it’s complicated in that ecosystem.
MasterCard is working on a process to accept selfies and fingerprints as a new alternative to passwords to accept online payments.