Getting fit these days can mean using your smartphone as a portable fitness trainer and your computer as a fitness guide.
Summer time means hitting the open road with a destination in mind. I shared some tips with WTAM 1100 Newsradio in Cleveland this morning around apps for your smartphone and tablet to use while on the go.
Summertime at the beach or pool might be refreshing for you, but not so great for your smartphone. I spoke to WTAM1100 Newsradio in Cleveland about how to handle the surf and sand with your portable electronics.
Social media grows ever day, but it is important to remember that there are other networks beyond just Twitter and Facebook. Linkedin, Pintrest and Instagram are also examples of social networks used by an increasing number of people, especially in the older generation.
I had a chance to speak to Bob Frantz on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio about “Social Media 101” this morning.
Fox 8 News in Cleveland put together this story of computer webcams being accessed without authorization through malicious software.
I had a chance to speak to them as a member of Geek Squad on signs that your PC may be infection with malware, such as viruses or spyware.
In general, webcams are not a target for most malicious software, but it’s important to help protect your PC from malware where you can. Keeping your antivirus software up to date and set to scan your computer on a regular basis will help. Making sure your operating system and web browser plug-ins like Java, Adobe Flash and Adobe Reader will help as well.