Category: Technology

How to secure your Wi-Fi at home and in your business (Updated 2019)

Don’t let Wi-Fi provide hackers with a backdoor into your network. Most households and companies go to great lengths to keep unauthorised users off their networks, but Wi-Fi access points and routers can provide hackers with a convenient way in.  That’s because Wi-Fi signals are often broadcast beyond the walls of buildings and homes and […]

Qualcomm announces its flagship Snapdragon 865 processor

Qualcomm has officially unveiled its next-generation flagship processor for smartphones, the Snapdragon 865. The upcoming flagship chipset will make its debut with the Galaxy S11. Apart from Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm also announced the mid-range Snapdragon 765 chipset, which will feature integrated 5G. Though oddly, for some reason, the company has decided not to reveal key […]

End-to-End Encryption Explained

Until recently, end-to-end encryption (E2EE) was the sole domain of the tech-savvy because of the complicated operations required to use it. However, recent technological advances have made end-to-end encryption much easier to use and more accessible. In this article, we will explain what is end-to-end encryption and what advantages it offers over regular encryption. What […]

Is 5 GHz Wi-Fi Better Than 2.4 GHz?

Wi-Fi networks use radio signals in either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequency bands. All modern Wi-Fi devices support 2.4 GHz connections, while some equipment supports both. Home broadband routers that feature both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios are called dual-band wireless routers. An important distinction to make is between a Wi-Fi network and a mobile phone’s wireless network. These are two different technologies, and […]

The Best Password Managers to Secure Your Digital Life (Updated 2019)

Password managers are the vegetables of the internet. We know they’re good for us, but most of us are happier snacking on the password equivalent of junk food. For seven years running that’s been “123456”, “password”, “qwerty”, and “*your full name*” — the two most commonly used passwords on the web. The problem is, most […]

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