Here on this roundup of Geek Squeaks’ you will find the most pirated movies; 13 apps for your smartphone, made to get your butt out of the bed; how to hide (or delete) those annoying Facebook “so called” friends; a new image editor that is available as a portable app; how to protect your company from email fraud with tips from the FBI; and the TOP TEN best sellers in routers.
Geek Squeaks’ of the Week 17-012
Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent – The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. ‘John Wick: Chapter 2′ tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Logan’. ‘The Boss Baby’ completes the top three… READ MORE
13 Alarm Clock Apps That Will Get Your Butt Out of Bed – Amid this collection for iOS () and Android (), whether phone or tablet-sized, features can vary wildly. But they all tell the time and get your ass out of bed in the morning. Or after a nap. Some do it gently, some do it harshly, some do it with new-age special effects, and some make you work to wake. Whatever you’re needs, you’ll find them here, all for free… READ MORE
How to Hide (or Delete) Your Most Annoying Facebook Friends – Want to break up with one of your Facebook friends? You can unfollow, block, or unfriend that person. Let’s look at all the options… READ MORE
Draw, paint and optimize your pictures with NPS Image Editor – NPS Image Editor is an unusual freeware tool which aims to provide the simplicity of Microsoft Paint with far more functionality, including custom brushes, filters and transparency control… READ MORE
QLED vs. OLED: What’s the Difference? – In the world of visually stunning displays, OLED is the gold standard, but Samsung’s QLED technology is looking to challenge this supremacy… READ MORE
Building a Digital Defense with an Email Fortress – Businesses Beware—Fraudsters want to cash in on digital data, and your vulnerable e-mail account can give them the keys to the kingdom. One of the biggest dangers lurking in your in-box is a version of a phishing scheme.
In this case, the fraudster sends you what appears to be a legitimate e-mail. He may have hacked someone else’s e-mail account to get to you, or he may have “spoofed” an e-mail address making it look real… READ MORE
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