My relationship with device protection has been a love/hate affair for many years. It all started with my 3rd gen iPod’s silicone case. It fully encased the device in a 1.5mm thick layer of jelly silicone (at a time when silicone was new, novel and predominant), that protected my iPod like no other, but also caught dust like a glue stick and made it impossibly difficult...

If you want to protect your Samsung Galaxy S II from prying eyes and/or hands, try setting up a security barrier on your unlock screen. To activate the Android screen lock, navigate to Menu > Settings > Location and security Choose “Set up screen lock” and then select which type you would like. Pattern allows you to raw a pattern on a 3×3 grid,...

Those of you born after the 80’s probably didn’t get to experience the joy of Web 1.0. Compared to the high-bandwith, streamlined, mega network of today’s Web 2.0 ecosystem, Web 1.0 was a mishmash of un-optomized,¬†disorganized¬†personal and unprofessional websites. Further aggravating the experience was the proliferation of malicious software that ranged...