When you fire up iTunes to listen to a little music or make a purchase, you expect to see thumbnails of album covers and what’s hot. You’d never expect to see what some Russian users did when they installed iTunes for the first time.
Love online shopping? You’re not alone. It’s actually becoming a popular pastime in Canada. But in order to protect your computer — and your personal identity – be sure to take heed to these online shopping safety tips.
What do you do when the Internet runs out of good domain names? Set up some new top level domains — as long as they don’t offend.
Is the wealth of information available online eliminating the need for people to trust one another?
This easy-to-use browser extension shows you how much money sites are making by invading your privacy and helps you stop them.
In this week’s Tech Talk radio show, we talk with Hannah Alper, Canada’s superstar blogger — who’s only in grade 4 — and we also talk with AVG about free anti-malware software to protect your PC and personal identity.
Extensions are a popular way of making Chrome more useful. But these are powerful programs that warrant your attention and care.
Atari’s classic games may be decades old, but they’re still a ton of fun to play. Especially when all you need to get in on the action is an ordinary web browser.
There’s a new Microsoft webmail app in town, and it’s really, really good.