First came robocalls: those pesky and persistent calls purporting to be from charitable organizations, financial institutions, or customer service representatives that have increased exponentially over the past few years. Now robotexts, messages sent to mobile phones using an autodialer, are also proliferating. Hackers have gotten savvier than ever, sending text messages that claim to be
The days of the Garmin watches with bands you couldn’t remove are firmly a thing of the past. If you want to simply get a replacement band, or give your Garmin a smarter look, it’s much easier to do that.
Whether that’s the Garmin Fenix range, Vivoactive 4 or Venu smartwatches, or running watches like
Adverse weather, synonymous with the winter months can have a detrimental effect on a building, causing issues which may result in business closure or large-scale repairs. It is important therefore, to consider the seasonal maintenance tasks which can be completed in the run up to and during the cooler months to ensure any problems are
More than half of companies discover employees intentionally masking online activities according to report | 2020-09-30 | Security Magazine This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing
Photo (c) pingpao – Fotolia Despite pediatrician recommendations that all kids six months and older should get the flu shot, many parents are on the fence about the effectiveness of the vaccine. Now, a new study conducted by researchers from Michigan Medicine shows that the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t made much of a difference in parents’
Everyone wants to get their Apple Watch looking its best – and cool watch faces and complications are the easiest place to start.
Apple has always been selective about watch faces and has taken a less-is-more approach. But in watchOS 7, watch faces got a lot of love, with a host of brand new design
A personal perspective about suicide in the workplace | 2020-09-29 | ISHN This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our
If you’re lucky enough to be in the first batch of recipients, you might already have Android 11 up and running on your phone; if not, it’ll be rolling out to your handset in the weeks and months ahead. As with most major Android updates, security and privacy features get plenty of attention, and there
…for the first time, I felt what true loneliness means and I would not wish it on anyone. ‘I don’t know about you, but my car is my baby and so to say, you can’t mess with my child.’ “This has and will always be my mantra to keep out folks from begging for my
By R.L. Witter “I was home for my mother’s 88th birthday, driving on Teaneck Road,” Nanette Lacey began. “My mom says, ‘Nanette, they’re naming the Board of Education building after me,’ and I’m thinking, ‘This is weird.’” She chuckled as she recalled how they went back and forth over whether it was the board of