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Data Doctors: How to screen record on iPhone, Android Data Doctors: How to screen record on iPhone, Android 01/16/2020 11:47pm • Question: My friend’s iPhone has a built-in screen recording option; is there a similar option for Android smartphones? Answer: The desire to record what’s on your smartphone’s screen has largely been driven by gamers that wanted to share their sessions online, but there are uses for this g Data Doctors: Shopping around for 5G networks Data Doctors: Shopping around for 5G networks 01/10/2020 12:02am • [caption id="attachment_20613603" align="alignnone" width="2308"] 5G is going to be one of the biggest stories of 2020 as each of the major wireless carriers continues their network rollout. (GettyImages/ThinkStock)[/caption] Q: What’s the difference in the 5G being offered by the various cellu How will gadgets change our lives in 2020 and beyond? How will gadgets change our lives in 2020 and beyond? 01/01/2020 07:39am • It is hard to believe the first iPad was released 10 years ago. On the first day of 2020, Data Doctors' Ken Colburn says quickly-evolving personal technology will change our lives in the next decade in ways we can't imagine. "Starting with 5G [fifth-generation wireless technology] and the wireles Data Doctors: Have a smart home device? What to know Data Doctors: Have a smart home device? What to know 12/27/2019 01:17pm • [caption id="attachment_20429397" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] FILE - In this July 16, 2019, file photo, Ernie Field pushes the doorbell on his Ring doorbell camera at his home in Wolcott, Conn. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)[/caption] Q: What’s the best way to create a separate network for Data Doctors: Instagram backup and security tips Data Doctors: Instagram backup and security tips 12/20/2019 01:13pm • Q: Is there a way to backup my Instagram account that I use for my business just in case something happens? A: Instagram's popularity has grown to the point that cyberthieves are increasingly focused on compromising accounts in order to take them over and demand a ransom. If you don’t pay up Data Doctors: Demystifying new TV jargon Data Doctors: Demystifying new TV jargon 12/13/2019 01:34pm • Q: Can you help me understand what to look for when buying a new TV? The technology that’s currently available in TVs is incredible, but what used to be a fairly straightforward process has become a minefield of technical jargon and acronyms. The good news is that once you understand a few o Data Doctors: Watch out for Windows 10 expiration scams Data Doctors: Watch out for Windows 10 expiration scams 12/06/2019 02:07am • Q: I’m using Windows 10 that came installed on my computer and got a pop-up saying my windows license is expiring soon. What do I need to do? A: Windows 10 retail and OEM licenses (those that come preloaded on name brand machines) don’t ever expire. Either your machine received a scam pop-up; Data Doctors: How to hide online shopping from the family Data Doctors: How to hide online shopping from the family 11/29/2019 12:10pm • Q: How can I keep my shopping activity private when using a shared computer at home? A technology widely used in the world of online advertising known as "retargeting" is why so much of what you search for online suddenly appears as an ad that follows you almost everywhere you go. This is the Data Doctors: What to know about the MacOS Catalina upgrade Data Doctors: What to know about the MacOS Catalina upgrade 11/22/2019 11:34am • Q: I upgraded to Catalina on my Mac and now Microsoft Office won’t work. What can I do? One of the common side effects of tech companies taking their platforms to new levels is older software programs that no longer work. The most recent version of Apple's MacOS — known as Catalina — is To help protect kids from predators, parents might need to control, limit and track their devices To help protect kids from predators, parents might need to control, limit and track their devices 11/22/2019 10:44am • Protecting kids from predators can be particularly challenging if they're using apps for social media chats. An investigation by The Washington Post on Apple App Store offerings, such as Yubo, ChatLive, Chat for Strangers, Skout and Holla, reveals that one of the most common complaints is minors Data Docs: Upgrade or replace Windows 7 PC? Data Docs: Upgrade or replace Windows 7 PC? 11/14/2019 04:56pm • Q: How hard will it be for me to upgrade my 5-year old computer from Windows 7 to Windows 10? A: As the January 2020 "end of life" deadline approaches for Windows 7, anyone still running the old OS needs to make some decisions about how to transition. Minimum System Requirements If you want to Data Doctors: Is your Ring doorbell's security up-to-date? Data Doctors: Is your Ring doorbell's security up-to-date? 11/08/2019 10:37am • Q: How can I tell if my Ring doorbell has the update that protects me from the latest vulnerability? The Ring doorbell is an extremely popular device that millions of households around the world have installed for security purposes. And because it’s so popular, it’s also the constant focus of Data Doctors: Are free password managers safe? Data Doctors: Are free password managers safe? 11/01/2019 12:40am • Q: Are free password managers safe to use? A: Everyone has heard the advice that you need to use long, complex passwords, unique to every account that you use. Unless you have just one or two online accounts, the only way to adhere to these security measures is to use some form of password manager. 50 years since its birth, the internet has meant the death of ... 50 years since its birth, the internet has meant the death of ... 10/29/2019 10:28am • On the 50th anniversary of the first message sent over the ARPANET — the Department of Defense's predecessor to the internet — a lot has changed since the night of Oct. 29, 1969. "Think back to all the things you used to do on a regular basis that you no longer do," said Ken Colburn, founder Data Doctors: How can the 'O.MG' cable be legal? Data Doctors: How can the 'O.MG' cable be legal? 10/25/2019 01:13am • Q: I just learned about the O.MG cable and can’t understand how something like this is legal! A: Security researchers are in the business of constantly tinkering with commonly used technology to see if they can discover new exploits, and the "O.MG cable" is another example of this type of work.
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