Archive for September, 2013

Mobile Malware: The Threats, The People, The Solution

mobile malware, Data breaches, cyber-threats and fraud The media vultures have been circling this week after BlackBerry announced plans to cut 4,500 jobs in an attempt to staunch its anticipated loss of $995m. Despite the losses though, IDG Connect’s Editorial Director, Martin Veitch, thinks that while the Canadian company might be down, it’s not necessarily out. So what’s the answer for BB? Would cracking the mobile-security code ensure its success in the future? Or is the threat of mobile malware just too big now? This week we look at how the threat of mobile malware is growing, with insight into the effects of mobile users, as well as tips for organisations on how to embrace the BYOD trend securely. Continue reading »

New Contests! PaigeeWorld Halloween — biggest contest of the year

 New Contests! PaigeeWorld Halloween -- biggest contest of the year New Contests! PaigeeWorld Halloween — biggest contest of the year. This year PaigeeWorld is not having just one contest, they are having two! They are having both a facebook Halloween contest and a PaigeeWorld Halloween contest. Both contests start September 20th and run until October 31st, 2013. These are Halloween themed manga drawing contest sponsored by PaigeeWorld and the PaigeeDraw online store. This is the year’s biggest PaigeeWorld’s contest. This contest is available to everyone on the PaigeeWorld application, as well as the PaigeeDraw facebook members. Come join the fun! Download PaigeeWorld today – come join the contest!

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Alegre Software has just released Budgeteer™ for the Apple Macintosh, an entirely novelway to keep tabs of your personal finances. Budgeteer combines the functions of a spreadsheet and a calendar into one tool to allow users to conveniently keep track of their day-to-day running balance up to a year into the future. This format provides users the ability to identify cash flow issues well down the road and make necessary adjustments to their finances well before it becomes an issue.   Continue reading »

Photo Sense

VeprIT has released Photo Sense 1.11.0, a major update of the non-destructive batch photo enhancement solution for Mac. Photo Sense makes photos more attractive quickly and easily, either automatically or with a minimum user effort. Version 1.11.0 introduces a batch image EXIF/IPTC metadata editor, and makes multiple minor improvements. It also adds integration with the flexible batch image resizer Resize Sense and the flexible batch watermarking utility Watermark Sense.
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Parallels Access

From Parallels Access is a new service from Parallels that allows you to access Mac and PC programs remotely. At first glance this could be dismissed as yet another remote access option, similar to LogMeIn Ignition or Chrome Remote  Desktop.   Continue reading »


I found this article on Mashable.  What the site JustDelete.Me gives links to help remove your name removed from each web site.   Continue reading »

23 Things to do to Improve Battery Life in iOS 7

From ZDNet: “Here are 23 things you can do to make your iPhone run a little longer.”

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Small Businesses are the Most Susceptible to Cyber Attacks

Tech Expert Discusses Simple Steps to Protect Data — Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigations Study revealed that more than 71 percent of data breaches occurred in small businesses with fewer than 100 employees. Continue reading »

Expert Invoice for iOS 7 – iPhone app for small businesses, freelancers

Designed for iOS 7 from the ground up, Expert Invoice offers an intuitive, modern and easy-to-use interface that feels right at home on Apple’s latest iOS release. Offering features like invoice and estimate creation with PDF generation, time tracking for projects with adjustable timers, CSV export and Dropbox backup, Expert Invoice is the perfect app for any small-business owners or freelancers. Continue reading »

New Internet Crime Initiative Combines Resources, Expertise

Digital Evidence Response TeamA pilot program targeting Internet crime—focused on establishing a model for sharing information and coordinating investigations—was recently launched by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) and the state of Utah. Continue reading »

Sneaky Machines: Seven Household Items That Could Be Spying On You

spying, spy data, home, home electronics , Data breaches, cyber-threats and fraud Most Americans are still reeling from the latest bombshells concerning the government’s efforts to break through encryption and privacy barriers in its ongoing counterterrorism efforts. The latest bombshell comes courtesy of the New York Times, which reported how the National Security Agency has managed to circumvent or crack much of the encryption that protects e-mails, medical records and banking information, along with phone calls, Internet chats and searches.

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Toolboxes for Pages and Keynote

  Jumsoft, a developer of high-quality applications and designs for OS X, has released a new batch of fresh designs for Pages and Keynote. A number of new themes and illustrations has been added to Toolbox for PagesToolbox for Keynote, their iOS versions, and the universal Toolbox for iWork bundle. Continue reading »

Daily Expenses 1.2

iLifeTouch has announced Daily Expenses 1.2, an update to their popular financial tracking application for Mac OS X.  Daily Expenses offers an easy way to balance your expenses and income. Keep track of your spending habits with customized payment modes, categories, dates, expense details and more. Continue reading »

10 Features of iOS 7

While there is some of these on that are duplicated from the 18 Feature list, there are some new ones here.  Continue reading »

18 Features in iOS 7 has this article that lists 18 Cool items that you probably didn’t know about.   Continue reading »