• A Huge Intel Leak May Be a Big Headache for the Chipmaker and Its Customers August 7, 2020
    A massive data leak from Intel, the world’s leading provider of desktop and laptop CPUs and other internal hardware, is putting the world of information security on high alert today. The 20GB file, posted to a public server and apparently cobbled together from a variety of Intel internal sources, is chock-full of sensitive corporate data.Read […]
    Michael Crider
  • Microsoft and Facebook Rage Against Apple's Busted App Store Policies August 7, 2020
    Apple’s taking a strong anti-gamer stance this year. It forced Facebook to remove the games from its Gaming app before publication, and it won’t allow services like xCloud or Stadia on its App Store. Now, as Apple stands knee-deep in an anti-trust hearing, Microsoft and Facebook are raising hell about its backward App Store policies.Read […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • How to Sign PDFs on iPhone, iPad, and Mac August 7, 2020
    Do you have documents to sign? You don’t need to worry about printing, scanning, or even downloading a third-party app. You can sign PDFs right on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Khamosh Pathak
  • The Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit for Just $140 Will Brighten Your Day August 7, 2020
    Home Depot is currently running a sale on the Nanoleaf Canvas Smarter Kit for just $139, so you’ll save about $60. The creative modular light squares allow for nearly infinite creative display options and more than 16 million color options with 1200K-6500K white light temperature range and brightness control.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
    Suzanne Humphries
  • AWS Storage Pricing Compared: Which Service Is the Cheapest? August 7, 2020
    AWS has many services for storing data, enough to fit most use cases, all of which have different pricing models. We’ll explain each one, what you would use them for, and how much they’ll cost you.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›
    Anthony Heddings
  • Login Security Project 'Have I Been Pwned' Goes Open Source August 7, 2020
    Have I Been Pwned is a website with a silly name and a serious mission: keep track of the various high-volume data breaches, collect all of them into a database, and let people see if their login has been compromised. Now the creator of the tool says he’s going to transition it into an open […]
    Michael Crider
  • Curious About Living in an 'Earthship' Home? You Can Rent One August 7, 2020
    If you’ve never heard of “Earthships” before, well, pull up a chair. The homes are a funky fusion of sustainable living, lots of dirt, and off-grid life—and you can rent one via Airbnb.Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›
    Jason Fitzpatrick
  • How to View a Saved Password in Safari on iPhone and iPad August 7, 2020
    It can be frustrating when you need to log into a site on a different device or browser but you’ve lost the password. Luckily, if you’ve previously stored that password using Safari on iPhone or iPad, you can easily retrieve it. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Benj Edwards
  • AWS S3 Pricing Explained: Tiered Storage Can Save You Money August 7, 2020
    S3 is Amazon’s primary storage service for hosting media files and other large objects. Like most AWS services, the pricing model is quite complicated, so we’re here to explain how it works.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›
    Anthony Heddings
  • How to Claim Your Piece of the Class Action Google+ Settlement Pie August 7, 2020
    If you were a Google+ user between January 1, 2015 and April 2, 2019, you may be entitled to some dollar-dollar bills. Twelve of them, to be exact. After Google announced a security vulnerability in its now-dead Google+ social network, some potentially affected users filed a class-action suit against the company. The suit has been […]
    Cameron Summerson