Malwarebytes for Chromebook is an Android app engineered specifically to protect your Chromebook

Own a Chromebook? Here is a version of Malwarebytes that has been engineered to work on your Chromebook. In order to get this, your Chromebook must be able to run Android apps so that you can download and install from the Google Play Store. Malwarebytes for Chromebook is an Android app engineered specifically to protect your Chromebook. Google Play automatically detect your Chromebook and will install the appropriate Malwarebytes product. I am currently running this (and testing) on my Chromebook… I am a firm supporter of Malwarebytes on all platforms (Windows, Android, etc…).

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Malwarebytes for Android or Malwarebytes for Chromebook free download comes for a limited time with an extended 90-day trial of the Premium version, if you sign up for a free Malwarebytes account. No commitment to buy required. When the 90-day trial is ended, Malwarebytes will only detect and clean, but not prevent, infections. It’s ad-free, forever.

Source: Malwarebytes Security: Virus Cleaner, Anti-Malware – Apps on Google Play

From Gizmodo: These 22 Malware-Riddled Android Apps Might Be Draining Your Phone’s Battery

Malware is finding its’ way on people’s Android devices through apps that are downloaded from the Google Play Store. Google does a pretty good job of tracking these apps down, but sometimes it is to late and the app has already made its mark. Many of these apps had strong reviews. The battery draw occurs due to the app being on a constant run time of reporting back with information and possible grabs of your data.

On Thursday, anti-virus provider Sophos published a report describing its discovery of 22 Android apps that contained a variety of malware the company has named “Andr/Clickr-ad.” The apps come from a variety of small developers, and Sophos said that Google removed them from its Play store at the end of November. One of the offending apps, Sparkle Flashlight, had been downloaded more than a million times and many of them had strong reviews, according to Sophos.

Read More @ Gizmodo

This is unbelievable… Over 30000 Reviews on this Bluetooth Speaker

Take a moment and check out this bluetooth speaker on Amazon. I happened to be browsing Amazon and came across the OontZ Angle 3 Enhanced Stereo Edition IPX5 Bluetooth Speaker and I noticed that it had over 30000 reviews with 72% of those reviews being a 5-star***** rating. If you are looking for a bluetooth speaker or want to give someone a great Christmas present, this is the one to get. As a matter of fact, at the time I posted this writing, the cost for this speaker was around $22…

Source: Amazon – OontZ Angle 3 Enhanced Stereo Edition IPX5 Splashproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Volume Booster AMP 10 Watts Power, Custom Bass Radiator, 100′ Wireless Range Bluetooth 4.2

start.me – A Modern Day Bookmark Manager (and Homepage App)

(start.me) is, by far, my favorite homepage browser app. It is the first thing I see when I load my browser on my computer.

I am big into customization and “start.me” has numerous options available to make your homepage shine the way you want it to (with various widgets, page backgrounds, etc…) Not only that, it is a modern-day bookmark manager with browser extensions, that gives you the power to save your bookmarks on the fly. Also, there is a mobile app available that you can load on your phone so that you can take your bookmarks with you.

If interested, the source link below will help get you started; plus, take a minute to watch the video.

We spend a lot of time on the Internet. We browse the web to discover. Or we search for something specific, like a delicious recipe or a motivational article. start.me’s bookmark manager lets you easily save and organize all of your favorite webpages on a customizable dashboard. Using start.me, you’ll spend less time digging for links and more time browsing them.

Source: What is start.me? – start.me

Here is how you can delete all articles stored in your Pocket account?

Recently I wanted to bulk delete articles I had saved in my Pocket account and found there is really no easy way of doing that; however, I did find a way to delete everything with what I will refer to as the “nuclear option” (see below).

First, if you don’t know what pocket is, here is a description:

Pocket is a free service that makes it easy to discover great content that’s personalized to your interests, and save this content so you can return to it later – on any device, at any time. It’s your one-stop destination for reading engaging content, catching up on your favorite blogs and news sources, and watching videos that you discovered but weren’t in the right place to watch. Now, there’s no longer a reason to worry about finishing up an article before getting to work, sending the kids to school, or making that next cup of coffee.

Ok, now for the “nuclear option”…  CLICK HERE and you will be redirected to Pocket’s Privacy Control Page where you can select to remove all of your Pocket data. 

 

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