5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Kids Safe Online

Written by Johann Taylor Thursday, 08 September 2011 10:16

Kids are spending more and more time connected to the grid these days than ever before, yet the internet is still a very new and dangerous place.  Most of us wouldn't let our kids wander alone in dark city streets with complete strangers, but we are perfectly content to let them roam the internet without a second thought.  Are your kids safe online?  Here are 5 easy tips that will help you make sure they are.

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First Android “Gingerbread” Phone Malware Discovered “in the wild”

Written by Johann Taylor Friday, 26 August 2011 14:56

It would seem these days that nothing is safe anymore.  Not even your phone.  Just about anything with an internet connection is being exploited by virus writers.

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Top 10 Ways to Infect Your Computer with a Virus

Written by Johann Taylor Friday, 26 August 2011 12:30

Most of us try to avoid computer viruses, but for those of you out there who love to pay for virus removal on a regular basis, here is a list of the best ways to build up a healthy malware infestation.

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How to Tell if Your Anti-virus is Working

Written by Johann Taylor Thursday, 18 August 2011 14:50

Most of us (hopefully) have an anti-virus program of some sort installed.  Normally, it quietly works in the background with little to no input from you.  Every now and then you may get a message that your virus definitions have been updated, but aside from this, how do you know it is doing its job.  Are you really protected?  How can you test it without putting yourself at risk?

 

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Stanford Scientists Form Free Virtual A.I. Course; 58,000 Enrolled

Written by Lauren Francom Thursday, 18 August 2011 14:19

 

man with laptopApparently artificial intelligence is an internationally popular subject. This fall, two experts from Stanford University, Dr's. Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig, begin a free experimental virtual course appealing to more than 58,000 people around the world.

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