Facial recognition is being used everywhere! Airports, shopping malls, and even by Taylor Swift. While it has benefits, it also comes with higher risks.
Instead of saving your paper receipts or your paper bills, try ‘scanning’ importing them into an application called Evernote. Don’t think of scanning like the old way where you have a flatbed scanner that you have to load the document into and then press a button and wait 90 seconds… NO! Instead there’s a great […]
SIM hacking is essentially a newer form of identify theft. It allows someone to gain access to your e-mail, and bank accounts and anything else you have access to online. And for some, it’s apparently quite easy!
The HMS Terror and Erebus were found only a few years ago, and weather is now hampering artifact retrieval efforts.
Use iMessage to directly enter items in your calendar, track shipped packages, or keep up to date tracking flights.
Millenials and those born in latter years are leaving less of a physical imprint and more of digital imprint. This poses new challenges for those in archeology, who want to learn more about those who only live in the digital realm.
When you lose your identification documents, having a backup copy on paper (photocopy) or an image taken with a smartphone can be a lifesaver.
Let’s review a super-quick bunch of questions and answers to help you get started… Trust me, it’s easy! So what on earth is Two-Factor Authentication, also known as 2FA? 2FA allows a second layer of security when accessing your online accounts. Even if a hacker knows your password, they still will not be able to […]
Communication requires understanding the learning style of others
When is the last time you actually wrote a letter by hand, affixed a stamp, and posted it? For many people, it has been ages. Try writing something as simple as