Category: Tech

Top 5 Online Dating Apps

Posted on: October 19th, 2012 by

Online dating is a continuing popular trend among single professionals. Unfortunately, many are still finding it difficult to make use of the websites themselves because they are so busy. Apps come in very handy for your hectic lives, and they are the newest convenient way to meet quality dates. There are many online dating apps available to choose from, but […]

Where Does Spam Come From?

Posted on: October 10th, 2012 by

After a while, it’s almost inevitable that your email inbox will start getting spam. The more deals you sign up for and the more websites you register on make your email address more and more public. But where does all that spam come from? Spam, also called “unsolicited commercial email,” actually comes from a variety […]

Malware Report: Summer 2012

Posted on: September 20th, 2012 by

The summer of 2012 has been full–from the Olympics in London to Curiosity landing on Mars to the U.S. presidential election campaigning, not to mention numerous uprisings and conflicts throughout the world. Hacker groups are on the rise and have taken full advantage of the events for both good and bad. We’ve heard about numerous hacks into […]

Rogue Antivirus: What, Why, How?

Posted on: August 20th, 2012 by

The idea of a rogue antivirus is a little difficult for the average computer user to wrap his mind around. Numerous questions pop up when a computer is infected: How did the software get onto the machine? Who is responsible? What do they want? Why are the authorities letting them get away with it? None of […]

Do It Yourself Home Security

Posted on: July 26th, 2012 by

A home is the most crucial part of many people’s lives. Having this bastion of safety and security burglarized can devastate an individual, both financially and personally. For this reason, home security should be a foremost concern for any homeowner. Many security systems exist to help homeowners secure their biggest investment. It is important to […]

invisibleSHIELD Review

Posted on: July 16th, 2012 by

We all like to keep our new and pricey electronic devices looking like they did when we took them out of the box, but let’s face it: it isn’t easy to prevent those scratches on our cell phones and other devices. Protecting these devices that range from hundreds to thousands of dollars has become an […]

Malware Misunderstood

Posted on: June 26th, 2012 by

The line between all different forms of PC security issues has blurred over the years mostly because there are so many different types and there are so many different people giving uneducated opinions.   Spyware and Adware and all the other forms of malware (malicious software) can be confusing and downright scary. In order to assist […]

What is Quora?

Posted on: June 7th, 2012 by

Quora picks up where Yahoo Answers left off but if you have never experienced Yahoo Answers or AnswerBag, let me explain.  Ask a question, ask any question and that question is categorized and posted for anyone to answer.  Need to know the best restaurant in Northport, NY (where I live) or you need help installing […]

Choosing Free Antivirus Software

Posted on: May 22nd, 2012 by

Over the years, software companies I have been involved with have sold and protected millions of computers and supported all of those people through the complex process of protecting themselves. I want to be clear, antivirus software is absolutely, positively, 100% needed on your computer. Make no mistake about that but what I want to […]

Baby Monitor Reviews

Posted on: May 18th, 2012 by

As a father of two infants and a third coming, I didn’t need to do any research for this post. I have done all the baby research needed over the past 2-3 years and it was mostly done under fire. Quick sidebar, baby monitors and alarms didn’t stop me from sleeping on the floor of […]

Garmin 5″ Waterproof Marine GPS

Posted on: May 15th, 2012 by

Many boater and fisherman love the old-fashioned idea of setting sail and fishing anywhere at any time with no regard. I own a boat and I am not one of the old fashioned type.  With new technologies like the Garmin 5″ Waterproof Marine GPS and Chartplotter with Sounder, boating and fishing can be even more […]

The Find-It Review

Posted on: May 13th, 2012 by

The Find-It key finder is as simple a concept as they come.  It is a locator designed to help you find lost items, most likely to be used for your keys.  Even the most organized of people have had occasions where they are scrambling to find their keys or some other item. For those less […]

Power Dock Review

Posted on: February 24th, 2012 by

We recently took a look at the Power Dock, a docking station for electronics that promises to take the clutter away from your counter-tops.  The Power Dock supposedly takes any ordinary outlet and turns into a docking station for cell phones, MP3 players, Blackberry devices and more. The Power Dock itself is quite simple.  It […]

Buxton Cell Phone Wallet Review

Posted on: March 17th, 2010 by

The Buxton Cell Phone Wallet is positioned as the ultimate way to instantly organize all of your personal belongings.  In their infomercial, Buxton refers to it as the biggest little organizing wallet.  The woman in the infomercial loads it up to the hilt with all kinds of stuff. We tested one out for ourselves to […]

One Touch Cordless Knife Review

Posted on: December 18th, 2009 by

Electric knives are great and definitely serve a purpose in the kitchen, especially when its time to carve a turkey or a roast.  As with other electrical appliances, the problem is that they have to be plugged in.  This limits the spaces you can use them in and reduces their portability.  Having reviewed and loved […]