If you use your computer for a short period every day, turning it off when you’re done probably makes sense. For just about everyone else, it can get more complicated.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has some tips on locating hidden cameras in any rental property or unit in which you are staying. Find out which are the best products and methods to detect video recording equipment.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn offers some tips on safety when it comes to technology and apps for expectant mothers.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn offers some tips on how to make sure your business can secure itself from a phishing attack, and find some free tools.
One of the potential tradeoffs when you start adding skills to your Echo is sharing personal information. But you do have some control over what is shared.
When should you upgrade to a 5G phone? Unless you’re a “bleeding edge” technology consumer that lives or works in a high density area of one of the few cities that even has 5G coverage, you’re probably better off waiting.
There are few things these days as frustrating as a slow internet connection, especially when you’re paying for a “fast connection.” The Data Doctor’s Ken Colburn offers up some tips on how to find a workaround for crawling internet speeds.
It’s common for users to simply use whatever comes preloaded on the computer, but there can be significant differences in security, features and performance if you switch to one of the many alternative options available.
Anyone looking for the best in class in the Android world will likely land on this question, and, frankly, you can’t go wrong with either of these handsets. But the Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn breaks down the differences.
If it seems like you’re getting a lot more calls that are either a robocall, a scammer or someone trying to sell you something, you’re not imagining it. The percentage of calls has risen steeply of late, and it’s getting worse. Here’s what you need to know.
YouTube says it will turn off comments on nearly all videos featuring children, but that could take months. Here are five safety steps you can take today to protect your children online.
Most small businesses can benefit simply by taking advantage of free analytics and auditing tools available and spending the time to learn how to use them.
The concerns about cellular technology causing cancer go back decades. How real are they? Will 5G make things worse? Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, breaks down what we know and what we don’t.
Windows 7 will no longer be supported for free starting Jan. 15, 2020. For most people, the best solution is to switch to Windows 10. But if you need other options, Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, lays them out.
Technology has made it easier to steal credit card information using card skimmers at gas stations. There are phone apps you can download to protect yourself from card skimmers — but they have their pros and cons.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.