The iPhone Lock Screen Hack has got security experts at Apple scratching their heads. We all know how serious Apple takes thier security so why am I surprised Tim Cook let this one get by him. I guess it was a matter of time. Either way, here is a great video demonstrating how to hack into any iPhone while it is locked – VIDEO.
I was uninstalling apps on my Galaxy Note 4 when I accidentially clicked on the Amazon Prime. I didn’t even know I downloaded it. Must have been bundled with nother app I downloaded. The next thing I see is a pop-up saying, Congratulations on your new Amazon Prime membership! WHAT? Yep, In a matter of … Read more
If you have received an Email with this in the subject line “#NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation” DO NOT click on any of the links inside this email as it is a scam, which is probably linked to malware. This was the email I received… #NOTICE-7514481336 – 24 hours for confirmation Account temporarily blocked … Read more
If you have never heard of, or had experience with the Windows error BAD_POOL_HEADER, it can be scary. The BAD_POOL_HEADER error is usually associated with the way Windows allocates memory/RAM to devices and applications. Device drivers are usually the most common cause. Other causes including hard drive disk write errors and bad sectors that only … Read more
After spending countless hours tinkering with Windows 10, I noticed a few things that need to be looked at by the Windows 10 Team. Today I’m only going to talk about 1 of those things, the speed and efficiency that Google Drive syncs our files. Google Drive is a service we pay for. Personally, I … Read more
The only 2 real Microsoft Office Alternatives are OpenOffice and LibreOffice. I have been lucky enough to support and use Microsoft Office, OpenOffice and LibreOffice in the work place and personal. If you are familiar with using Microsoft Office, you’ll be fine making the transition to OpenOffice or LibreOffice. Both programs are virtually identical and … Read more