Posts Tagged 'Apple'
I’ve mentioned many times about the dangers of connecting to public Wi-Fi, but who would have thought that connecting your phone to a public USB charger could expose you to similar malware dangers? Researchers at Georgia Tech have found a vulnerability in Apple’s iPhone that allows for malicious apps to be installed—without ever downloading from […]
The digital divide between parents and their children is probably the widest it will ever be. Today’s youth are being referred to as digital natives: they were either born during or after the introduction of digital technologies and are far more adept at using them than prior generations. In our modern world, you’re more likely […]
Now, if your tax returns are up to date and you have a healthy relationship with a financial planner, I have no doubt you could answer this question in an instant. But what about your other assets? And I am not referring to your children because clearly they are priceless – most of the time!! […]
Although some change can be great, we’re not always thrilled when modifications are made to things we’ve become accustomed to expecting. It’s easy to get thrown off when your local supermarket relocates the produce section across the store, or when a go-to dish is removed from the menu at your favorite restaurant. And many of […]
If your son or daughter is headed off to college this month, don’t shrink back on your commitment to family safety online. Being a college freshman at 17 or 18 doesn’t mean their wisdom download is at 100% complete (far from it). The words “privacy” and “dorm” don’t often show up in same sentence but […]