A security bulletin was recently announced that affects many servers that use a form of encryption known as OpenSSL. The problem is being called "Heartbleed". Gail Sullivan of The Washington Post writes in her article "Heartbleed: What you should know" that "This does not mean your information has necessarily been stolen. It may mean that it’s been vulnerable to theft and may remain vulnerable until a fix is applied." Click here to read her article.
Ever wonder why your Google searches come up empty or with the wrong information? Suzanne Kantra's article "11 Google Search Tips Everyone Should Know" gives you some great tips on how to refine your searches. You can read her article here.
It always happens. Just when you really need to check an important email or calendar appointment, your phone's battery is dead. Fortunately, there are ways to protect against this from happening. Read Elizabeth Harper's article, "What's Draining Your Android Battery?" to find out how to conserve your battery's life.
Ever get that feeling you're being watched? It's not just the NSA. Read Christina DesMarais' article "Who’s Gathering Your Personal Information?" to find out who and what they're collecting.