NVIDIA's upping its game against the crypto mining frenzy that's gobbling up GPUs faster than they can be made. The company's improved hash limiter is designed to encourage miners to leave GPUs to the gamers... for a little while, at least, hopefully.
With the recent uptick in people wanting to move away from WhatsApp, you may have heard about several other chat platforms such as Telegram or Signal being viable alternatives for privacy conscious people. Interestingly, and unsurprisingly, one such platform you didn’t hear about as a viable alternative to WhatsApp is Skype, but why is that?
For those using iOS 14, you can cross one item off your To Do list: getting widgets. Microsoft just announced that To Do for the iPhone now supports various widgets for the task manager. Here's what you need to know about it.
The presence of a Microsoft repo on the official Raspberry Pi OS has made a bit of a fuss among its community, with a decent number of people disagreeing with it being there and with how it was added. Fortunately, it's easy enough to turn off. Here's how.
We are all surrounded by online services, mobile apps, and our internet service providers, all of which can have deep access to our personal data. In a market landscape where personal data privacy can be hard to find, there are some options you can take to help keep your digital life a bit more private.
Rosetta Stone is helping make your New Year's resolution just a bit more affordable with a sale on its language software! You can score 12 months of access for as low as $7.99 monthly or grab a lifetime subscription for $179.
Any hosting plan can be used for business purposes, depending on how capable its included features are for your website's needs. Some hosting companies offer plans that they market as specifically designed for business use. We've compiled four of them for you to consider.
There's something enchanting about photography. Something beautiful about being able to tell rich, imaginative stories with nothing but a camera. Something incredible about making a living from behind the lens.
You want to put up a website, but don't want to spend a lot of money. The cheapest solution is to use a shared web hosting plan. Here are six major hosting companies that sell plans that cost you only a few dollars per month.
Stop identity thieves from swiping your physical or digital identity with an ID theft protection service. Here are some of the best that will monitor your data and help you recover if your identity is stolen.
Whether your site already is running WordPress or you're looking to start an online store, WooCommerce is a powerful and free e-commerce platform that you should consider. Here are four major hosting companies selling plans that are configured for WooCommerce.