Making Your Risqué Photos Less Risky

With news that hackers last weekend managed to uncover and leak nude photographs that 101 celebrities had stored on their smartphones, you may be wondering about the online security of your own salacious selfies. Don’t laugh. Such intimate photos were exchanged on Valentine’s Day 2013 by one in four everyday folks between ages 45 and 54, according to a survey by Internet security firm McAfee. And just last month, staffers with antivirus software manufacturer Avast recovered some 1,000 nude photos from …

¿Qué tan seguros están tus datos en la nube? 5 consejos

No hay marcha atrás, tarde o temprano la tecnología obligará a las compañías y a los particulares a almacenar los datos en la nube, término que se utiliza para describir un sistema de almacenamiento de datos, fotos y servicios en general a través de internet, ya sean profesionales o personales. Hasta allí todo está bien. Que todo esté conectado a la red supone muchos beneficios para los usuarios, contar con las ventajas y comodidades de que todos nuestros aparatos se …

11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Week

News, discoveries and … fun. 1. A 16th-century German military expert believed that weaponized cats could burn down enemy fortifications. (Learn more at National Geographic) 2. A door handle dispenses hand sanitizer to kill germs in hospitals. (Learn more at Gizmodo) 3. Barbara Walters’s most flirtatious interview took place in 1982 with actor Clint Eastwood. (Learn more at AARP) 4. The rap group Wu-Tang Clan will make one copy of its next recording and hope it sells for millions of dollars. (Learn …

Cronuts, Blobfish, Selfies. 11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Year*

News, discoveries and fun 1. The world’s ugliest animal is … the blobfish. (Learn more at CNN) (Sept. 18) 2. Cronuts go for $40 on New York’s black market. (Learn more at AARP) (July 10) 3. Snail slime might be the fountain of youth. (Learn more at AARP) (July 17) 4. What some of the rock ‘n’ roll era’s greatest stars might have looked like had they not died before their time. (Learn more at Sachs Media Group) (Nov. 20) 5. Doing 1,200 sit-ups a day helps keep golfing great Gary Player, …