It may ask you to spot all the traffic lights in a picture, or type out some wobbly looking letters and numbers. If you get it wrong, it may ask you to start again, leading you to wonder if you really know what a traffic light looks like – or if you might be a … Continue reading New iOS verification marks an end to ‘captchas’
Mobile phone companies are to be banned from selling devices which are “locked” into specific networks, the UK communications regulator has ruled. Ofcom said the likes of BT/EE, Tesco Mobile and Vodafone will be told to follow their other big name rivals in only supplying phones which allow customers to switch from one network to another … Continue reading UK telecom companies won’t sell locked phones anymore
Are you looking for preorder information on the new Motorola Razr coming up this 2020? You're at the right place. Here's what the Motorola Razr is like to use, including detailed information on the phone's spec, performance, price and sale outlets. When can I buy the Razr? The Motorola Razr was originally supposed to go on … Continue reading All you need to know about Motorola Razr
New traffic laws to take effect next June will allow drivers to use electronic devices such as mobile phones while their vehicles are at traffic lights or otherwise at a standstill. However the legal reform states that the use of such devices should not prevent drivers from being responsive to changing situations. Apart from this … Continue reading New traffic laws permit drivers to use phones at traffic lights
Gone are the days when hackers faced a mountainous problem to gain access to your phone, computer system, blog, website and network. If you're among the lucky ones who have survived such attacks, don't celebrate until you read this. Anyone's security information can be compromised. That's true. However, some careless mistakes go a long way … Continue reading How to avoid hackers and stay safe online
Not using a password: Failing to set a password is one careless mistake most people make without realizing it. Using a password doesn't mean you have secrets. Spouses who understand the need for passwords use it but keep same as a secret only from others. Using a phone without password is like going on vacation … Continue reading What Smart People Don’t Do With Smart Phones.
Some 14 Chinese suspects who are allegedly members of a transnational telecom scam have been taken back to southern China's Guangzhou from Bangkok. The police office in Guangzhou confirmed their repatriation, according to a report from Xinhua News Agency. A total of 30 suspects, including 20 men and 10 women, were apprehended after the police raided … Continue reading A Telephone Scam You Should Know