A terrific opportunity to ask any questions, be shown how to become more tech savvy with a smart phone or other device, and just get more comfortable with technology in general in a relaxed, no pressure setting.
Very sad news out of Japan: According to Mental Floss, Funai Electric, the last company making VCRs has announced that it will cease production of VCRs, “due to declining sales and difficulty acquiring parts.” Though effectively on life support for the last several years, the will mark the true and final death of the VCR, or video cassette recorder. It was 40 years old.
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.
Google recently announced their new product, Glass, the strange looking eyewear which allows you to surf the web and take pictures and video all while looking like Jean-Claude Van Damme in "Universal Soldier."
I don't generally make a point of writing non-sports stuff for our audience on this site, but I thought this was important enough of a public service item not to share. Hundreds of thousands of people may have a piece of malware on their computer that could kick them off the internet come July 9; and the worst part is, you most of these people don't even know they are infected. How do you know an