Emergency-apps, self-destruct E-Mails and more: Tech Q&A
to say on the traces of the Old friends
Q: I would like to be my old college love, just Hello. I tried to Google it but nothing came up. The people finder Websites scammed me $65. How else can I find them?
A: your search for a old well-known, are connected in an interesting time, Yes, billions of people, via social media, and it’s easier than ever to find long-lost acquaintances. You can try Facebook, LinkedIn and FamilyTreeNow. Hardly anyone can use it in a first-world nation, without a digital footprint. Aliases and married names can hinder easily searched, but there are some tricks that you can use to finding people. To find, tap or click here for 6 ways the everyone, on the internet.
Burn After Reading
Q:, it Is possible to send emails to that James Bond would send? I want to destroy my messages by themselves. That would be awesome!
A: E-Mail, including E-Mail, is a funny thing, because when you dispatch you, you have no more control over your content. There are services that are designed to destroy-news at the moment, you have already opened. In theory you should not have to worry about who to leave behind to read sensitive contents, because the message will be deleted without a trace. Granted, someone could take a screenshot of your transfer before it disappears, so keep this unique risk in the sense. Otherwise, this works very well for sending, say, more-secure passwords, or notes you don’t want anyone snooping on. Tap or click here and send secure messages that “self-destruct.”
My Bloomberg TV Show
Q: I saw the show on Bloomberg Television. It is only an hour, but your radio show is three hours. How can I set the clock every three hours?
A: My TV-card is not the same as my radio show. While both programs are all about tech, everyone has different contents. My radio show is on hundreds of stations across the country, and you will be able to see or hear the show as it is recorded, in real-time or on-demand on the program. The easiest way to get the podcast or see you, two, or all three hours of the week is on my website. The Komando Community, my social media network, gives you unprecedented access to new and archived media content and like-minded members. It is only a few dollars per month for 12 hours of quality programming. Tap or click here to access to the command community.
Q: I think that my neighbors with my Wi-Fi network. You are scum. How can I boot?
A: Wi-Fi mooching happens all the time, usually among people who live or work closely together, and they are often too polite to the Problem, according to. Meanwhile, there are many safety aspects that come with sharing your Wi-Fi, and if your signal is not password-protected, I urge you, change your settings immediately. But if you want to know what “scum” at present, piracy is your Wi-Fi, you can use your router’s online interface to find out exactly who has logged on. If you don’t recognize one of the devices, you can easily trace it back to your districtbor. As for the boot, away from you, a new hard drive password should do the trick. Tap or click here to see all the devices connected to your Wi-Fi network.
Smartphones for emergencies
Q: My college student daughter are walking in the darkness of your night classes. She carries pepper spray. Your phone, can you call 911 when in trouble?
A: pepper spray is a good start, and I am glad that you are ready for a physical confrontation. But you should also be able to call for help in an instant, if (God forbid) something happens. To move after all, the attackers tend to be fast, and you only have a fraction of a second contact to authorities. Several apps have been developed for a range of emergencies, including Noonlight, which will automatically call the police if you give them the finger from the phone and don ‘ T have a unique PIN. Other apps send location data and SOS signals. Tap or click here for a list of apps to use in case of emergency.
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Released on Sat, 30 Nov 2019 12:00:12 +0000