Android, Google, Tech

Google Glass gets a surprise upgrade and new frames – CNET

Source: CNET The Enterprise Edition 2 (USD $999) has a camera, USB-C and they can be worn as glasses.

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Android, Anti-Malware, Anti-Virus, Internet Security, Safe & Secure, Scams

[New] Malwarebytes Premium step-by-step activation and setup guide

We've just written Malwarebytes Premium (for Android) step-by-step activation and setup guide, so head on over if you haven't already enabled its full features. Don't have Malwarebytes on your mobile? Oh golly...

Tech

What is HDR for TVs, and why should you care?

Source: CNET | What is HDR for TVs, and why should you care? by Geoffrey Morrison An interesting and informative article. I've worked with colour as a designer for many years and am an IT techie, but could never quite come to grips with the geekspeak of TV. The current wave of Samsung adverts for… Continue reading What is HDR for TVs, and why should you care?

Excel, Office, Word

The great UNDO

Multi-level undo commands are in most of the Office applications, along with matching multi-level Redo’s to reinstate accidentally undone actions. Some Office apps limit the number of undo levels, however Word provides almost unlimited undo's for the current editing session (while the document’s open). The Undo command can be found in the Ribbon or upon… Continue reading The great UNDO

Adobe, Captivate, Tech

Adobe Captivate hands-on Training Program – Get Access to 100+ videos and Certificate Workshop @trainmagnetwork

Free Captivate training, yay! "Are you looking for ways to stand out professionally and clearly up your game? Are you considering learning more about Adobe Captivate (2019 release)? Join this session for more information about the Adobe Captivate Specialist Certificate program. In this one-hour webinar, you will get answers to the following questions about earning… Continue reading Adobe Captivate hands-on Training Program – Get Access to 100+ videos and Certificate Workshop @trainmagnetwork

Android, Anti-Malware, Anti-Virus, App, Facebook, Internet Security

[! HACKED !] Update Chrome browser RIGHT NOW!

What, again? [6 mark 19] New Google Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Found Actively Exploited in the Wild The patch for the security vulnerability has already been rolled out to its users in a stable Chrome update 72.0.3626.121. Google's Threat Analysis Group discovered a high severity vulnerability in February that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code… Continue reading [! HACKED !] Update Chrome browser RIGHT NOW!

Facebook, Internet Security, Scams

Facebook didn’t care if your kids ran up gigantic credit card bills – lawsuit • The Register

Original post In 2016 Facebook released sealed data from 2012 in what appears to be turning a blind eye to friendly fraud. It's now 2019 and the case is still running. That's a 7 year delay in problem rectification in what could possibly be considered child abuse...

Apple, Compliance, RTO

Is non-compliance really that bad?

What’s ahead in 2019 for RTO’s? The Hammer falls... VET workforce survey Is non-compliance really that bad? Business is business, right? Compliance is an ongoing catch-up. Ivory tower academics don't understand. If we get 80% it should be good enough for them. You really buy into such corporate whining and self-serving justification? Reality bytes In… Continue reading Is non-compliance really that bad?