Who Do You Trust? Social Engineering
“Social engineering” is a broad term used to describe many types of confidence fraud on the Internet. There are many social engineering techniques, including phishing and impersonating official persons or websites. Learning about social engineering will help you stay alert for threats to your security.Good Soldering Technique for Changing Parts on a Printed Circuit Board
Tinning your soldering iron. Removing electronic parts from your printed circuit board. Changing the bad part. Reinstalling your repaired circuit board.How to Install Windows TTF Fonts Automatically
Using TTF Fonts on Ubuntu can be a hassle. This tutorial shows you how to install them automatically.The Pros and Cons of Skype
Skype is a messaging, voice, and video program. The clear benefit is free calls within its network and being able to stay in touch face-to-face, if and when you want to. The potential cons need to be considered, too.Guide to Differentiate Between Smartphone, Feature Phone and Mobile Phone
Not everyone is as well versed with technology as a technology geek and this is the reason why terms like mobile phone, feature phone and Smartphone often are used interchangeably by an ignorant user. Moreover, when out in market numerous phones are available according to budget, technology and style factor it does confuses an average user. It is up to the user to make a choice but for this you need to know which one will suite your needs. A Smartphone, Feature phone and a Mobile phone are distinct in features as well as the technology. Let us find out how each one is different from another?