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What is Cryptocurrency?

Feb 07, 2018 | Blog

Cryptocurrencies have become a global phenomenon known to most people. While still somehow geeky and not understood by most people, banks, governments and many companies are aware of its importance. A cryptocurrency is a virtual currency (it only exists on computers) designed to work as a medium of exchange. It uses cryptography to secure and verify transactions as well as to control the creation of new units of a particular cryptocurrency. Essentially, cryptocurrencies are limited entries in a database that no one can change unless specific conditions are fulfilled. Satoshi Nakamoto, the unknown inventor of Bitcoin, the first and still most important cryptocurrency, never intended to invent a currency. His goal was to invent something; many people failed to create before digital cash, which was to found a way of how to build a decentralized digital cash system. But how does a cryptocurrency works?

What are the best ways to store your passwords?

Jan 30, 2018 | Blog

It is always highly recommended that we all need to have different passwords for every online accounts that we are using, whether that is our Facebook account, emails or even finance ones. That being said, we have to agree that sometimes it is hard to keep up with all those different passwords especially if we make passwords as randomly possible with so many combinations of letters and numbers. So how should we do it? How to memorize all of them? Should we write them down in our diary, or save it on the PC, or always try to click on ‘Forgot your password?’. The good news is there are plenty of tools out there to secure our passwords and remember them for us. And here five of the easiest to use:

Social Media is just as bad as ‘junk food’ for children

Jan 05, 2018 | Blog

Children are in danger if they get to be allowed to see social media like some sort of sweets and treats. Parents must stop their children from being hooked on social media and consuming the time online like “junk food”, the children’s commissioner in UK, Anne Longfield has warned. The parents need to be more proactive in regulating the amount of time children spend online over their holidays and weekends. They also need to control to what are their kids posting online as well as not allowing them to post too many photos of themselves. Last year, the Internet was placed at the top media over the television which only indicates of how much we are all using and preferring it.

Tips on How to Secure Your Phone

Dec 22, 2017 | Blog

Smartphones became a necessary part of our lives. Some might say that they are more precious than our wallet, keys or actual computers when it comes to sensitive information. We are using them not only for personal use, but also for shopping, socialising, browsing, banking, playing all kinds of games and more. While doing all of that, our accounts always stay logged in for easier use, which means whoever has access to it or try to access it, essentially has access to our whole lives too. Securing data on your smartphones is becoming more critical than securing your PC or laptop. One the most worrisome issues that can occurred is if your phone gets infected with malware, which can gain access to your phones via the apps you download from third-parties. Needless to say that nobody can properly protecting our own mobile phones but us.

Facebook launches a version of Messenger Kids app

Dec 05, 2017 | Blog

In order to join Facebook or its free chat app Messenger, user needs to be at least 13 years old. But today, the most popular social network has announced a version of Messenger for younger users. This version is designed specifically for kids younger than 13 and it’s tied up to new account separate from regular Facebook or Messenger accounts. The main focus on this is to neutralize children predator threats that is sadly already a common thing. So how does this work?

Why YouTube is not for kids

Dec 01, 2017 | Blog

Most parents are letting their children watch something on YouTube just to keep them amused. That being said, we might as well be calling YouTube the babysitter of this generation, which it most certainly shouldn't be. There are thousands of videos on YouTube that may look like popular cartoons but in fact most of them are animated by amateur, being fake versions of it with disturbing and inappropriate content and images that are not suitable for children. And that is not the worse part. Most of these videos despite being violent and weird are insanely popular with millions of views and likes.

How to make old smartphones useful?

Nov 24, 2017 | Blog

Smartphones, are an absolute necessity in today’s world. One of the most interesting things about smartphones is that they all seem to last around two years before they need to be retired. After which we end up buying new and better ones. Two years also happens to be just the right amount of time for companies to plan new versions or publish new models. Conspiracy or not, we all have to admit that during that time our phones always get to have a few bumps or scratches. So when the time comes for us to buy new phones, it always leaves us with our old phone and a question: What to do with it? The most common answer that you will get is to sell it. Which is a good way to help out with the cost of buying new ones, but sometimes the amount you can get for your old phones is just too small that is not even worth selling. Instead of selling it, here are a few useful tips that you could use.

Go Incognito and Browse in Private

Nov 15, 2017 | Blog

Did you know that you don’t have to leave a record of the website that you are visiting? And that you can browse any website you want without worrying about your browsing history afterwards? In order to do that you will have to activate Incognito Mode, sometimes also known as Private Mode. The main idea behind using this mode is for example if you’ve downloaded something that you don’t want the next person who uses the browser to see.

Internet Security Tips for Dummies

Oct 31, 2017 | Blog

No matter if you are a junior or senior PC user, the Internet is full of interesting sites, and tons of information that is available to you at any time, but it is also full of suspicious characters you need to guard against. No matter if you are a casual Internet user or experienced one you should read our security tips and tricks in order to stay safe on the Internet, and to understand better to how the Internet works.

Don’t Be an On-line Victim: Top 5 On-line Scams

Oct 13, 2017 | Blog

We can’t imagine life without Internet. It is something that we are all using on a daily basis, and something that is making our life easier to accomplish many things such as banking, research, travel, personal interests and shopping. But wherever we go, and whatever that we do on the Internet, we are leaving our virtual fingertips which scammers, hackers, con artists and other online miscreants can use to take advantage of.

What is Adblock, How to use it and When?

Oct 03, 2017 | Blog

Before we start talking about AdBlock first lets jump into some definitions like what is an extension. Extensions are small software programs that can modify and enhance the functionality of the browsers. They have little to no user interface and they are a plug-in that extends the functionality of a web browser and modify your web pages. Extensions can do many things, they are like any other piece of software, although very limited. The best place to start searching for an extension that you’d like would be Google Play store, if you are Chrome user or Add-ons for Firefox users, for example.

Speed up your Windows 10, Today!

Sep 15, 2017 | Blog

One of the things that we all dislike nowadays is a slow computer.  At that point we are all thinking on how much money it will cost us on improving our computer, on adding RAM, buying a faster SSD or new graphic card. But before doing that, there are few things that we can do to make our Windows faster without spending a single dollar. We present you 5 ways to speed up you Windows 10. Reboot your PC No matter how obvious this seems, people tend to forget even the obvious things. Restarting or rebooting your PC will remove some of the slow behaviours, but most importantly it will fix a low-level error because the problem code can start over again.  Essentially, when you restart your computer, you are clearing off the current state of your software and starting over again, as well as dumping out the junk and starting over again fresh.  The sleep or hibernate setting will save power, but a reboot will give your Windows a fresh start. It is highly recommended to be done...

Your Heavy Antivirus Program Can be the Cause of several PC problems, part 2

Jul 04, 2016 | Blog

In our previous blogpost, we explained to you the dangers of having a bulky antivirus program on your PC. It can not only slow down your computer but can cause it to crash, freeze or behave erratically. You cannot go without an antivirus because that would be irresponsible so a good way to avoid these problems while still having your PC protected at the same time is to use a light yet effective software such as PC Cure +. The program solves all the grave issues mentioned above as it is easy on the PC speed. It is most certainly not a resource hog as you will find that simple tasks such as opening your web browser or a Word document are easy to do. They will not take several minutes like all the other antiviruses programs out there. This is all because this particular antivirus allows you to schedule your background scan at any time you want! The real time scan of Antiviruses is generally heavy and extremely time consuming. So when your Anitivirus program decides to do it when...

The most important computer security threats that you need to be aware of

Jun 15, 2016 | Blog

Security threats to computers are always evolving. Therefore we need to constantly change and innovate on how we protect our devices and keep them safe and secure. Here in this blog post, we mention some of the most important threats that you need to be aware of. This is so you can better equip yourself and not fall prey to these dangerous problem causing issues. So what are the threats? Viruses: In terms of frequency, viruses are the most widely prevalent. Viruses infect the computer without the user’s knowledge. They keep on replicating themselves and grow to vast sizes. In the worst of cases they damage the computer by deleting files or formatting the hard disk. These viruses also clog up the computer’s memory to slow it down and cause erratically abrupt changes in its functioning. Even after removing a virus, its after effects can still be very dangerous as many viruses leave back doors for their counterparts or other codes to exploit. So using this back door, another...

Why is malware harmful for your computers?

Jun 08, 2016 | Blog

Why is malware harmful for your computers? In this rapidly evolving world of technology, computers are used more and more to process and save endless amounts of valuable data. This data requires enhanced security as there are many hackers and other threats out there that will do everything to get a hold of your confidential data. So we will educate you about the several aspects of malware that help you better protect your personal devices such as your PCs, mobile devices and other important intellectual properties. The Basics: What is malware? Malware includes a range of a malicious software that directly attack your computer and install themselves to infect your devices. The range includes several programs that can be as insignificant as annoying every day pop ups to deadly viruses that take your machines as hostage and disrupt their daily functions. How Does It Affect Computers? The most commonly known type of threat: viruses lie in the malware category....

Discover 4 Major Benefits of a Cleaner PC

Jun 01, 2016 | Blog

We all want our PCs to be working at their top performance, fastest speeds and maximum capabilities. All of this can actually be enhanced by simply using a clean PC that is not cluttered with unnecessary junk files. Some of the major benefits are listed below: No More Slow Computers When a PC’s hard drive is preoccupied and cluttered by useless temporary files, it seriously hampers its ability to perform well and at top speed. This is because all the files on the computer start to run slower than they normally would if the PC had free space available for more important and high priority operations. Even right now, end users and consumers use web browsing heavily, accessing information from the internet and downloading random items. But when the web browser’s unnecessary files such as history, recent activity, temporary or redundant files, new folders and random downloads accumulate, the result is a slower PC performance. This can easily be taken care of if your PC...

McDonald’s is Seriously Upping the Virtual Reality Game

Apr 10, 2016 | Blog

What is Virtual Reality? – For Those Who Don’t Know Virtual reality is one of the biggest trends right now in the tech world. It is also known as Immersive media or computer simulated reality that naturally combines your reality with the virtual world. Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created by computers using advanced software that makes the user accept it as a real environment, thereby superseding their beliefs. The simplest form of this is a 3D object that can be explored on a computer from all 360-degree angles. How McDonald’s Has stepped Into Change the Virtual Reality Game Experience Virtual reality can be experienced through headsets most commonly known as Head-mounted displays. Now, what McDonald’s has done is that it has given you the very ability to create these VR headsets through plain old cardboard. Yes! McDonald’s’ extremely iconic and foldable Happy Box which offers kiddy meals now has the ability to turn into a VR headset. The...

Facebook is Taking Security to a Whole New Level

Mar 28, 2016 | Blog

Anyone who uses modern technology today understands the importance of security. This not only concerns your mobile devices, but also includes all your different application accounts - be it Facebook, WhatsApp , and your email too. Even with a social media platform as large as Facebook that connects millions of people around the globe, impersonation and harassment continue to be a major issue that springs up far too frequently. Therefore, issues like these also need to be dealt with on a higher level and priority basis. Why Does Facebook Need to Increase Its Security? Facebook needs to increase its security because harassment and impersonation is definitely a cause of concern. Even though not everyone’s accounts are affected by this at least, a lot of people are being targeted and put at risk. It is generally believed that women are most vulnerable to such mal-practices and it is never a bad idea to increase your security. Even Facebook itself announced that the purpose of...

3 Tips on Keeping Your PC Cleaner

Mar 13, 2016 | Blog

PC cleanup is the one thing you can do daily that will offer you more disk memory space and assist in freeing up your valuable system resources. In addition, actual physical cleanup, such as dusting will actually help your computer breathe easier and in turn, extend the life of your PC. Here are a few practical tips that you should know on how to keep your PC cleaner . Uninstall Unnecessary Applications Even if you are extremely careful about the websites you visit and the applications you install on your computer, unnecessary programs or apps will still without a doubt creep their way in. Whether through unpatched exploits in the operating system or via widely used apps, user indifference, or even an accidental “OK” click in a dialog box may eventually lead to multiple unnecessary programs showing up on your Windows-based system. Scan your PC now to find out which programs are slowing your PC down. Getting rid of unnecessary programs will free up your system’s...

The Finest List of Mobile Security Apps

Mar 01, 2016 | Blog

Just as mobile usage is increasing, so too is the need for greater and more superior mobile security. For this purpose, numerous security apps are being developed day in and day out to help us stay safe on our cellphones and the innovation for advanced mobile security continues to blossom. These security apps protect your Android devices and tablets from harmful malware , corrupted apps and risk of other infections. These apps offer top-notch malware prevention and detection along with an array of privacy and anti-theft features. Are You Ready For The List? For this very reason, we have gathered an exhaustive list of the absolute best mobile applications that will not only keep your cellphone device secure but also prevent it from being at risk from malicious downloads. These apps have both paid and free versions, however, it should be kept in mind that both these versions are not created equally as the paid apps offer premium services. These apps are rated on their...

Use Two-Step Verification to Strengthen Your PC’s Security

Feb 23, 2016 | Blog

Just as no one can deny the importance of computers in this technologically progressing world, no one can also deny the importance of security for all the valuable information these computers contain. This is why there’s a need for ever new and advancing techniques for keeping your PCs (with all their information) as safe and secure as possible. In this blog we’re going to discuss some of the latest emerging 2-step verification techniques that give you enhanced security for your personal accounts and devices. This added level of security costs nothing and may even help prevent prying eyes from gaining full access to your Facebook, Gmail, or other private information when you step away for a few minutes. It may sound complicated, but it’s really simple. Here’s how it works. You Will Need a Mobile Phone for This The 2-step verification process is broken down into two simple steps, that’s right, 2 steps. The first is setting your main password which is further protected by a...

Why Do We Need an Antivirus Service?

Feb 04, 2016 | Blog

Nowadays, numerous aspects (both positive and negative) have accompanied the technological advancements in the telecommunication sector. Some of the positive aspects include increased Internet accessibility, development of super programming languages and consequently the invention of better software and programs. On the negative side, there has been an increase on cybercrime and the probability of young kids being exposed to extremely harmful content. More alarming is the invasion of viruses with the ability to cause total system damage. This calls for a counteractive measure and an antivirus program such as PC Cure+ and Viracure Antivirus which are proven to serve and protect their users best. Top 3 Advantages of a Good Antivirus Service 1. Protection from viruses – of course Viruses are the most common form of threats known to harm and infect people and their PC systems. Viruses come in multiple forms and are contracted from many different sources as well. A few...

Virtual and Augmented Reality Taking Over Entertainment

Feb 04, 2016 | Blog

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are two of the latest resurfacing technology trends that not only provide a novel way of information sharing but also provide new forms of entertainment, making them highly popular in the entertainment industry today. This is mostly because these two immersing systems give us an entirely new way of interacting with the technological world in our real life worlds. Experts agree that it won’t be long until we all start using this technology in our everyday lives. Where Can I Try Augmented Reality? Augmented Reality is the merging of virtual-reality with real-life , but the users who interact with this system can clearly distinguish between the two as all images are created with keeping the real world context in mind. Augmented reality does not replace the real world, it simply adds graphics, images and cues on top of the real world. We have seen this being used in numerous Hollywood movies such as Avatar, Wall-e, and Iron Man where...

The Simplest Way to Remove Malware From Your PC

Jan 20, 2016 | Blog

The term “malware” is an abbreviation for what is known as “malicious software.” Malware is used to attack computers and steal sensitive information from unsuspecting PC users. You never know who’s on the other side of the internet and trying to steal your personal information, which is why it’s always advised to scan your PC on a regular basis. Scan. Scan. Scan. Malicious and invasive software comes in many different forms and can be contracted via hostile programs, code or even web content. Malware can also serve many different functions such as logging your keystrokes, installing adware and enabling viruses to attack your computer. You should scan your PC for malware all the time just to be safe. Scan Your PC Now with PC Cure+ Using an Antivirus Getting a virus can be easy. However, it can be very hard to detect if your PC has been compromised by malware without a quality antivirus software. But, often times even having a good antivirus program may not be...

One Million New Computer Viruses Are Created Every Day

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Here’s how to protect your PC. Earlier this month, the global tech community was astonished to learn that the amount of malware in circulation on the Internet has increased by an astounding figure of 500 times over the course the past ten years. Evgeny Kaspersky, the chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab, revealed the frightening statistic during a special conference at the National Polytechnic University of Armenia. Shield Your PC From Viruses Kaspersky’s tech security firm specializes in collecting and studying millions of viruses on the Internet. The company’s virus collection consists of a massive cache of 260 million unique virus samples. When commenting on the breadth of the company’s virus collection, Kaspersky stated that the number of viruses in circulation is constantly increasing and that his company is undergoing a huge burden collecting, “thousands and even millions of malicious files a day." The verification of this daunting data paints a dire picture...

Must Have Gadgets When Traveling Alone

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

If you’re considering traveling alone this year, you should definitely make sure to pack all the stuff that will guarantee you’ll have a top notch holiday . Whichever destination you choose for your adventure, it’s crucial you take some practical gadgets with you to make the most of your trip . Before you start packing, double–check that you have your passport, tickets, money and other required paperwork, safely stored in your handbag, because if you forget one of these things – your perfect trip is doomed! So if you’re lucky enough to have everything ready for your solo adventure and you still have a few bucks left over, we have some sumptuous gadgets listed here that will grant you an unparalleled holiday experience ! Smart luggage you’ll never lose Although this may not be the cheapest item on this list, it’s definitely one of those that you’ll regret not buying. If you’re a serious solo traveler, make sure to get this high-tech luggage for your next...

5 Best Android Tips and Tricks

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Android is among the most preferred mobile operating systems of today. In spite of the solid competition and market dominance of the iPhone, Android devices have remained popular and useful. Android works just like a desktop computer but is mobile-based, and there are various apps and excellent tools available which is what makes it the favorite OS of technically-inclined customers. Android proceeds to develop, thus if you need to know some ridiculously awesome android tips and tricks , continue reading. Eliminate OS Animations You will find occasions when you experience your phone slowdown despite the fact that many android devices operate pretty smoothly. One trick to help the system run smoother would be to turn the animations off. This can preserve processor use and give the recently freed storage to other running programs. And why does anyone need these animations after all? • Navigate to Settings or to About Device and click on Developer options. (Your gadget design...

How to minimize the risk of PC repair

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Malware and viruses cause us a great deal of PC repair every now and then. They generally affect a computer’s lifespan and thus proper PC care is fundamental. This article however brings to your attention the less noticed computer threats. The dangers we are talking about here are dirt, smoke and small pieces of hair whether from humans or pets. All these can penetrate our computer casings without us noticing. Unlike their counterparts, they are the main causes of hardware problems, and a major problem that’s associated with them overheating. Like humans, computers also need to breathe some fresh air, which most people don’t seem to realise. Step by step procedure of dealing with overheating problems Having determined that overheating is the main problem caused by airborne material, here is a procedural solution. • Cleaning your computer The first step here involves unscrewing your computer’s covers. Even if this is your first time to do so, there is no need to worry....

How to save energy during summer

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

It’s the summer season again, which implies that energy expenditures will increase especially if you are used to energy consumption routines , such as insulation, installing new windows or even adjusting your thermostat. Below are a few tips that can help you save energy during the summer. Saving energy is the best way to stay cool! Room temperature, what exactly is it? A lot of homes have a central cooling and heating systems, which are generally known as HVAC systems, to keep up a temperature-controlled inside. Energy prices happen to be going up and HVAC systems are actually the cause of the huge power consumption. The Environmental Protection Agency evaluates that the average American family uses over $2,000 on energy expenditures each year. EPA states that half of the money is normally used on heating and cooling. The best way to not take care of your cooling system during summer weather is to ensure that you regulate your thermostat to at least 78°F (26°C) when...

How to remove the blue light from a computer screen?

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

You've probably noticed how the light on the screen of your mobile or laptop changes when it’s dark, becoming more blue and more annoying. That tiny blue light irritates your eyes and besides that, it’s not good for your health. This happens because there is a difference in lightning during the day than at night. If you don’t want to be blinded by your computer or mobile screen, there’s a free tool named “f.lux”, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, that reduces eye strain. Here’s how and why you should use it to protect yourselves from the blue light from a computer screen. It’s easy: use f.lux. What does f.lux exactly do?   Depending on the time of day, f.lux changes the color temperature of your computer’s display (warms up the colors) and makes it easier for you to look at the screen. During the day, everything is okay and your screen looks good (except when it’s sunny). When at night, you’ll notice that it’s quite difficult for you to look at the screen for a long...

How to Get the Most Out of My Cell Phone Battery?

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

It’s quite a task these days to keep your cell phone battery alive the entire day. Smartphones have improved the cell phone user experience over time, but anyhow, the battery is still something that suffers in the end. Why? Because despite the fact that new technologies have been drastically improved, they can barely last all day when in use. Most people use lots of apps which consume their battery at an incredible rate. This especially happens when you’re on the road. When you’re travelling and exploring new places, you rely on your mobile phone’s applications such as navigation, GPS apps, etc. The good news is that there ARE ways of saving your cell phone battery life. Check it out. Charging more for less time Situations where you’re out of reach of a charging cable and or have limited time to charge your cell phone, are most likely increasing. Since most of us are always in a hurry, there’s less and less time for the proper and full charging of a cell phone. Here are...

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Throw Away Your Old iPhone

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Old phones can be used in a good way Ever since iPhone announced that they’ve sold over 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models, we’ve been wondering what happened to the 10 million old iPhones that the new iPhone 6 has replaced. Yes, they could have been sold, given to someone, or recycled, BUT, they could’ve also been kept at home because an old phone might still be useful in a way you wouldn’t even imagine! If you have an old iPhone, don’t waste it, check out how to get the most of your old iPhone.   Here’s how to use your old iPhone? There ARE plenty of useful ways to get rid of your old phone, but think twice. Are you sure you really want to? If the answer is “Yes”, go for it, but first check out some of our ideas on the smart use of an old iPhone .   As monitoring device You can convert and old iPhone into a DIY surveillance system by just using an App that allows you to monitor certain activity of an exact area. You can use...

Easy Tutorial on How to Use Snapchat

Feb 17, 2016 | Blog

Why is this app a MUST have? Are you familiar with the scenario where your smartphone is full of unwanted images that accumulate over time just slowing down your phone and you don’t have time to delete them one by one? No? Okay, what about the moment when you send an image (via sms, WhatsApp or Viber) and you want to delete it immediately afterwards (which you may have many reasons for this)? That’s exactly what the Snapchat mobile app does! Find out how Snapchat deletes images to save your phone memory and all the other features it has to offer. Here are some tips on how to use Snapchat the best possible, check it out below. The phenomenon of self-destructing images Snapchat became one of the hottest mobile messaging apps, and not without reason. This revolutionary app became so popular because it allows you to send photos and videos in a funny way, AND, it doesn’t support the option for saving any received images. So, you can view an image or video (also known as a...

Why You Should Use Email and Text Alerts

Dec 31, 2015 | Blog

Explore the use of email alerts It’s natural to be curious. We all want to know what’s happening online and to be updated on the things we love, all the time. There are many different reasons for this, but the fact of the matter is that both people and companies are naturally inquisitive. The best way to be informed about topics you’re interested in is to subscribe to some of many email newsletters or services that regularly send informative emails to their readers who share the same interests. It’s okay to use some of the most popular services such as Google Alerts, just keep in mind that there are many other textual alerts that can provide you with some great content and ideas and they don’t cost a penny. Check it out! Who to follow and why? Here’s how it works: the first step is to decide what services you are going to follow (based on your interests). After following or subscribing, you will frequently get informative emails related to the subject with...

Travelers Beware! Hackers Attack Hotel Rooms, Too! Here Are Top Travel Safety Tips

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Yes, it could happen to you too So far, the only worry you’ve had on a vacation was if you brought everything you needed and whether it will be safe under lock and key. Today, hacking has reached a higher level that you can’t even imagine what hackers are capable of doing. Hackers can control all the devices in your hotel room, from the lighting, TV sets, thermostats, to the window blinds. This might be uncomfortable to experience, and a little bit scary, because you have no control, unless you know how to stop them. That’s why you need to stick to some general travel safety tips, even though sometimes you can’t control what’s happening, you absolutely have to know what could happen to you too.   Here’s one AMAZING STORY about what happened in St. Regis Shenzhen hotel After staying in the five star, St. Regis Shenzhen hotel, in China, a guest from Spain, Jesus Molina, accidentally discovered a new way to manage the devices in the rooms . He almost...

For People Who Love To Have Fun: Top 5 iPhone Pranks

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Pranks can be innocent as well If there’s someone that’s close to you and they have an iPhone and you have easy access to it, every day can be April fool’s day! As much as it’s great to be an iPhone owner, in this case, it’s better to be on the “other side”. iPhone owners should be careful because there are a couple of (harmless) pranks that they could fall victim to. So, we are informing you both: a warning the ones who own an iPhone, but also the ones who can’t wait to try these pranks on their friends. Be prepared for the unexpected!   Passing the guard to get to the phone The only problem you might encounter is if you can’t access the phone without having the pass code . Considering the fact that you’ll most likely try out some of these awesome pranks on your friends or family members, you can always ask them to let you send a message from their phone, see some photos, or use to a specific app for instance. This will give you couple of extra minutes...

It’s Time To Move Your Office Outdoors

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Grab your laptop and enjoy the nature --> It is quite normal with the arrival of summer that you might wish to spend more time outside as opposed to being stuck the office where most of us should be during working hours. Working outside the office, especially in the summer sunshine, is a refreshing activity and can even result in better productivity. Who wouldn’t want to spend their time breathing in the fresh air while working? We bet, no one! Although it sounds like a GREAT idea, however, if you want your stay outside and be comfortable, you’ll have to be well equipped and ready for it. Follow this guide for making your workday outside more productive and pleasant.   Doing what you love, but still tired in the evenings? Tell me if you can relate to finding yourself too tired or stressed out each day after working hours, unable to do anything but eat and sleep, say no more, we’ve got you covered. You probably assume it’s related to the job you have or...

5 Main Rules For Staying Creative

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Find inspiration in your everyday life Creativity is something we were all born with, the only question is how often are we using it and is it being used for the right purposes. Every morning when we get up, there’s an imaginary plan in our heads, whether it’s about our daily routine, or plans about the future, job related or the pending free time. Brilliant ideas, solutions and reminders are occupying our thoughts all the time. Good ideas start fading over time, so it is very important to keep changing the way you observe the world in order to find inspiration for something bigger and better. Here’s a list of the 5 golden rules that will charge you with new creativity , just try implementing them in your everyday life and impressive results will start manifesting on their own.   1. Observe the world with different eyes Fresh ideas are everywhere around you, you just need to open your eyes. The most important thing is to keep an open mind and a...

Top 5 “Green” Apps for Smart Phones

Dec 22, 2015 | Blog

Make Your Smart Phone a Green Machine Everyday, we hear stories concerning the environmental changes that are taking place on a global scale and all too often, we are not quite aware of how much they actually change and affect our day to day lives. We can obviously see changes in the ecosystems due to the loss of biodiversity, influences on human health (that are caused by climate change), and by the fluctuation of hydro-logic systems that are reflected in our freshwater supplies. Believe it or not, all of these changes are mostly due to a lack of human responsibility towards nature. People are constantly complaining about global changes, but have never thought about if there’s anything they can do to stop or prevent these issues. Understanding the complexity of this problem is a great starting point in resolving it. Technology has reached the point where it has started to affect people's lives. Therefore, experts have come up with some new and innovative ideas on how...