Apologies for being a bit missing in action, but I’ve literally just been obsessed with the game Temple Run 2! It took me a minute to get the hang of it – paws and touch screens are a difficult combination – but I’m loving it now. I’m not sure I’ve shared my passion for mobile games with you before, but I am quite the fan. The last game I was enthralled with was Angry Birds Star Wars. Phew that was a good one!
Turning off your internet security protection in order to save all important computer resources for an outstanding gaming experience may leave a door open to cybercriminals that spot and exploit security flaws.
Facebook has over a billion users, but unfortunately some of them are scammers and hackers. And while Facebook is doing what it can to tackle the problem, these cybercriminals don’t give up easy. The best way to avoid these scams is to educate yourself on blogs such as this one, and to be smart about how you interact with social media. There is no such thing as a “free iPad,” no matter how much personal information you share!
It’s clear that the Surface Pro is heavier, faster and more expensive than its counterpart, proving that it’s very much an ultrabook and not a tablet. But it still has some holes.
Facebook didn’t come up with the ‘Like’ button, and that is the reason behind Facebook being sued this month. Rembrandt Social Media filed the lawsuit, stating that Facebook’s success was based on several of a Dutch programmer’s (now deceased) patents, which they now own. According to the paperwork submitted with the lawsuit, Facebook was aware of the patents for the ‘Like’ button and referenced them in their application to patent their own social networking tools.