When looking to create a slideshow video for those moments you don’t want to forget, there are several options to choose from. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has some tips on what to consider before choosing the right program.
Repurposing an old smartphone as a security webcam can work, but there are problems and limitations. Find out your options.
If it plugs in or uses rechargeable batteries, says the Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn, you can’t just throw it away. He’s got environmentally safe ways to dispose of old computer monitors, TVs and other electronics.
Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, breaks down the safety of both smartphone systems and shows where they differ — and where they don’t.
In so many stores, the new terminals still aren’t working. The Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn says getting them up and running isn’t so simple.
Got computer issues? Expert Ken Colburn walks you through the issue.
One of the fastest-growing Internet banking scams that specifically targets businesses is a very clever form of wire transfer phishing fraud.
Ransomware has been a plague exclusive to Windows users for years, but a recent discovery means Mac users can now count themselves as targets as well.
When you’re considering the use of any public Wi-Fi service, two primary concerns are how secure the connection is and what limitations are imposed.
The battle between the FBI and Apple over the locked phone of a deceased terrorist in the San Bernardino shootings has generated a lot of important questions for all of us.
If you’re still running Windows 7 or 8.1 and have no interest in Windows 10, it’s important to understand why rumors are going around — and to know how to stop an automatic change.
As most everyone has experienced, there are times when you need to reboot your router and/or modem in order to get things working properly.
While it’s true that nothing on the Internet is un-hackable, the real concern is: “Will my data be a target?”
Upgrades to Windows 10 can make it appear as if files are missing — but Data Doctor’s Ken Colburn has the fix.
With the annual tech show known as The International CES set to open next week, the speculation on what we’ll see is filling the Internet.