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App of the Week – RememBear

May 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

You need a password manager don’t you? One of the biggest hassles of the tech age is having to remember passwords. And if you’re smart you don’t have the same password across multiple websites. That’s...

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Black Contributions to Internet Technology

March 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

Black people have made significant contributions to the development of the Internet as we know it today....

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This week’s app is actually a browser extension for users of Google’s Chrome Browser. Data breaches are rampant. And keeping up with the all the stolen data is not an easy task. So what is...

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Regardless of what computer you own, Apple or Windows, Spectre and Meltdown security flaws affect you. Security researchers recently revealed the details of these two microprocessor security flaws. Chips made by Intel, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and others are...

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There is a magical gift that, no matter what, is always exactly what the person wanted or needed. It is adaptable to any situation or occasion. This gift can be from the recipient’s favorite store...

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Black people shopping online this holiday season should be aware that fraud is rampant. Hackers are extremely savvy and know where and how to steal credit card data. So you need to be just as...

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Back to School Tips for Black Students

August 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Fall is creeping up on students all over the nation. Fall means returning to the campus or classroom. In 2015, the number of black students entering college or returning for another year is rising again.  Black...

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See and Block Who’s Tracking You Online

August 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Privacy on the Internet is a rare commodity. Currently 85 percent or more of black people are online. Most black people own a smartphone or other mobile device. And most black people have no idea...

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Far too many African-Americans ignore their Internet security. When we do this we are gambling with our lives. Our financial life, our professional life, our identity, our children’s identity or the identity of our husbands...

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