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Your web browser’s password manager is helping ad companies track you across the web

The Same Origin Policy has one fatal flaw, and of course, ad companies have found a way to exploit it.

There are a few things you’ll hear in every conversation about internet security; one of the first ones would be to use a password manager. I’ve said it, most of my coworkers have said it, and chances are you’ve said it while helping someone else sort out ways to keep their data safe and sound. It’s still  [Read More…]

Why you (and your family) should be using 2FA and a password manager

Keep you and your loved ones safe and secure.

So much of what we do every day, day in and day out, is either done online or has a record kept online. Things like your email or a shopping website are obvious, but your bank, mortgage holder, health insurance provider and more are also online companies even if that’s not how we interact with them. There is a pretty complete fingerprint of your life stored where plenty of  [Read More…]

Best Password Manager For Android

Best overall Best for less Best for simplicity Best for free

Best overall 1Password

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1Password hits all of the features we expect from this sort of app: AES 256-bit encryption, password generation, fingerprint security, storage for all kinds of information and cross-device syncing; all with a well-implemented Android keyboard that lets you quickly paste login and password details from your secure storage.

1Password gets really powerful when you pay to upgrade from the  [Read More…]

Hard Disk Manager 15: Powerful backup and flexible recovery for your PC, just $24.99

How often are you backing up the data on your PC? Chances are good that some of you are doing it semi-regularly. Sadly, we bet a larger portion of you don’t do it very often at all. Heck, we bet there are some of you who don’t even do it, thinking, “Nah, I’m okay.” You […]

How to find your phone using Android Device Manager

I don’t know about you, but I have the tendency to misplace my smartphone all the freaking time. I probably have a short memory and if you’re like me, you’re probably very familiar with that wave of cold sweat which hits you as you realize you don’t know where your phone is. Fortunately, there’s a […]

App Highlight: Airport Guy Airport Manager

The App Developed by Rottz Games, Airport Guy Airport Manager is a new app with only around 100,000 installs. Having been updated on April 8, the developer is constantly fixing various bugs. Airport Guy Airport Manager is a game where your mind will be put to the challenge to manage an airport. What it does You’ll be put in charge of […]

Google’s ‘Find My Device’ app is the next-gen Android Device Manager

Android Device Manager is now Find My Device, and it has a few new features to keep it useful and relevant.

One of the less publicized announcements at Google I/O was the rebranding of the popular Android Device Manager — the app that allows you to find or reset a lost or stolen phone — to Find My Device, with a new design and some additional features.

The fundamentals of  [Read More…]

Android Device Manager is now known as Find My Device

It’s been a couple of years since the Android Device Manager app was updated, but that changes today as the app gets bumped to version 2.0.

As first noted by Android Police, Android Device Manager is now known as Find My Device, and there are a few changes to make navigating the app a bit easier. There last elements of Holo are gone, and everything’s a bit flatter in version 2.0 of the app.

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Microsoft introduces its new task manager app To-Do in beta

If you’re looking for yet another task manager application and use Microsoft’s Office 365 you might want to check out the new To-Do beta app.

Think of it as a Wunderlist replacement that also makes suggestions for you. It actually comes from the developers of Wunderlist and uses a sorting algorithm to determine what’s important for you to do today or what you missed yesterday. A video is worth a thousand words here,  [Read More…]