Are you tired of losing your Wifi connection at home or in the office? Read our latest newsletter to learn about latest consumer friendly technology to help you stay connected. To Read More: 3 Ways to Improve WIFI Coverage.
Keep hearing about driverless-car this and that. But we can't switch from driven to driverless in an instant. New York Times reports the effort by University of Michigan that combines research (a 23-acre controlled facility MCity) and real world (1500 specially wired vehicles driven by residents, employees, researchers and staff). To Read More: Michigan's New Motro City: Ann Arbor as a Driverless-car Hub
Come join us for some great music and fun at the Americana Rhythm & Roots Festival at the Newburyport Waterfront on Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:30 to 8:00pm. Music lovers. Get ready for Nikki Hill, Marcia Ball and the Lonely Hearstrings Band! For more information Newburyport Parks Events.
An iPhone tip. When you change your email password, make sure you change both incoming and outgoing mail server's password. This is true even if you add back your mail account after you removed it. The tell tale sign is you can't sent email on your iPhone after you changed your email password in your computer.
Passwords are necessary inconvenience given today's hacker aplenty world. You don't want yours to be easily cracked. SplashData compiles and release 'the Worst Paswords of 2016' and emailed to Visiting Geeks customers. Read this article "Announcing Our Worst Passwords of 2016".
By now, you have heard of the latest cyberattack by a ransomware called Wannacry that affects Windows-bassed computers. Once it infects a computer, it can spread over others in the same local network. Read this New York times article "Hackers Hit Dozens of Countries Exploiting Stoeln N.S.A. Tools".
This really is old news but worth reminding those who use OEM ink cartridges on HP LaserJet Printers. HP issues firmware updates to remove blocking of non HP ink cartridges. Read this HP Blog "Dedicated to the best printing experience".