Digital pranksters have struck again. This time with a flaw that impacts Safari and Chrome browsers on most devices (phone, tablet, laptop/desktop). NBC News is reporting the "prank" tricks people into clicking or tapping on links that will crash your browser by overloading them with some code.
If you have an iPhone, this may be of interest to you. Your phone keeps a month-long log of where you spend your time. It records every stop during your day, when you got there, and how long you stayed there.
While there has been a lot of buzz about government spying and "Big Brother" with the revelations regarding the NSA earlier this year, KARE 11 in the Twin Cities has learned that Minnesota law enforcement agencies are also keeping an eye on your technology.
It's 3 pm on a beautiful Friday afternoon and, you're stuck at work staring out the window as the outside world beckons to you. Rather than plotting some elaborate story or faking an illness that your boss will see right through, why not let technology take care of your problem?
Telling time is something we all do, usually everyday. How you go about telling time is a different matter. Some folks opt for a clock on their cell phone or a simple watch, while other spend thousands of dollars on an expensive Rolex.