According to a recent study, most email viruses arrive between 8am and 9am in the morning. I had a chance to speak to Bill Wills of Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio about what this means, and how you can help protect your computer from those viruses.
According to some reports, the new Timeline feature for Facebook is disliked by nearly 70% of the people surveyed. However, this latest update to the interface of the popular social networking site is here to stay.
I spoke to Bill Wills of Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio about how to make the best out of the new Timeline feature. I also gave advice for checking your privacy settings to ensure that none of your private posts accidentally were made public by the change.
With all the data available about you online, consumers are starting to look to ways to help reduce the amount of information companies can gather from their web browsing habits.
I had a chance to speak to Bill Wills on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio about how websites can track you, what cookie files are and why some are good and some not so much, as well as a few free “do-not-track” programs to help reduce the information about your online behavior that is available.
Between presents, decorating and travel, this time of year can really put a dent in your wallet. Here are a few tips for using technology to save money during the holidays that I shared with the Wills & Snyder show on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio this morning.
Any time you deal with a piece of misbehaving technology, the temptation will be to be very creative in your swearing when describing the state of the issue.
I had a chance today to talk to Bill Wills of WTAM 1100 Newsradio in Cleveland about how you can reduce that techno-stress when dealing with your PC this holiday season with a few tips from from the Geek Squad.