Valve has introduced Steam Link Anywhere service that allows users to play games from their personal library on a client device outside of your local network.
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This Friday, Valve has accidentally debuted a Twitch-like live streaming platform called Steam TV, showcasing a stream from Valve’s own annual Dota 2 tournament, The International 2018.
Here is how an Attendance Management System (or Time and Attendance software) can help business owners by allowing employees to manually clock in and out of shifts.
Sometimes your wireless Printer is leaving a gaping hole for hackers and here are some tips and tricks to protect your wireless HP Printer.
Pandora has launched a new family plan with unlimited streaming for $14.99 a month, matching the price of Apple Music and Spotify.
Google is revamping YouTube’s subscription model by introducing YouTube Music premium subscription and replacing YouTube Red with $12 per month YouTube Premium.
Microsoft has announced it will replace Surface Pro 4 devices that are experiencing screen flicker with a refurbished device for free.
Here is a quick guide to online security that will help you protect yourself and your personal data from the most common methods employed by cybercriminals.
Mozilla has released an important update (version 58.0.1) for its Firefox web browser to patch a critical vulnerability that could allow remote attackers to execute malicious code on computers.
A password manager strengthens your security by encrypting and storing your passwords in a secured vault that is protected by a master password. We have evaluated dozens of password managers to help you choose the one that suits you best.
According to a new security report, Ad targeters are pulling your emails and other details by exploiting a loophole in your browser’s password manager.
An Apple spokesperson confirmed that iTunes will not arrive at the Windows Store before the end of the year, citing a need for the time to “get it right”.