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After the camera and lens, the memory card is now the most important piece of equipment in your photography toolkit.
This new software-cum-service lets you store, access and sync 5GB of files not just online, but also offline.
The Internet can be a good learning experience for children. But at the same time it can also be a dangerous place if they are left unmonitored.
While most of us are casual about setting passwords and use the same password for multiple accounts, miscreants are waiting to exploit the slightest vulnerability.
With video downloads videos becoming common, it is only natural that the PC is now an entertainment hub. But it does fall short while playing HD content.
Norton from Symantec recommends the following for users' safety online,
It is not only hackers who are eyeing your smartphones for sensitive data, there are also others spying on you.
It's worth knowing that most Google searchers can, with just a bit more inside information, become really super searchers.
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