If you get an email, as I did, apparently from Correos to say you have a recorded delivery waiting for collection, for God’s sake don’t click on the “información sobre su envío.”
We have recently seen more people with older Windows PCs that were running XP or Vista developing unstable operating systems.
Not only do people want to communicate via phones/Smartphones/tablets/laptops, they want to be able to surf the web whenever they want from everywhere.
Some days ago, I got a phone call from ‘John’ speaking with a strong Indian accent, claiming to be from Microsoft Technical Support.
The “Internet of All Things” is part of our daily lives and becoming more so. Some previous articles have been about the many ways that software applications are being employed and the newest hardware available.
Whenever a new year rolls around, the tech industry eagerly awaits the popular Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year’s event broke all attendance records and no wonder, with breakthrough technologies being launched left and right.
Web typography can be extremely complex, but just few rules of thumb will address 90% of your web typography problems.
Happy 2015 to all! This year as we embark on new resolutions as well as try to improve on last year’s, we realized that we’ve been writing this column for 4 years.
The annual gift-giving season is upon us and no doubt high on the list of ‘must haves’ are Smartphones, tablets, E-book readers, and laptops. Leaving the cost and towers out, the question is: which is better? It seems that smaller devices do so much already. But there’s more to consider.
One aspect affects everyone uniformly: CyberCrime. By this we mean any form of malware, botnet, phishing, virus, hacker or identity thief that invade our lives – and they are everywhere.