On April 25, 2019 at the latest, picture show, the thumbs up logo on a sign at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California, usa. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
Q: please help me to solve a debate. I have to say, my smart TV, it can get a little bit of malware and viruses. My friend tells me that I’m a dope. Who is right? A six-pack is riding on your answer.
A: the Smart Tv’s have been flat since they were first released, and for good reason. These devices have reportedly been sent to the reports in the personal view back to the details of the business, which means that the TV is watching … is watching you. But for now, there is this: a Smart Tv, can contract dangerous viruses. You have to win! Because it is a “smart TV” is really a display connected to a computer, it should come as no surprise that the virus. Samsung TVS to run their own in-house software, and some models have been pre-loaded with the software. Tap or click in order to learn how to scan for viruses on a smart Tv.
Kids and Social Media Woes
Q: Have you heard about an app called Yolo, that teens are secretly using?
A: I’ve heard of Yolo, and like millions of other parents, I am deeply concerned. Snapchat is an awkward app to be in the hands of children, and the Yolo connect, and have the children send each other comments and photos anonymously. While privacy is important, this type of anonymous communication that can lead to cyber-bullying, predatory behavior, and other destructive activities, and that many of the adolescents are not equipped to deal with. Although the developers stress that the app is harmless, and makes for a healthy community, and I am a skeptic, and you should be too. Tap or click to find out more about the anonymous app’s popularity among young people.
An Emergency Phone In The Settings
Q: Is there a setting on my parents ‘ phones that I can use, so that the emergency services will be able to access their medical information? They are getting older all the time, and I’m afraid of.
A: a Lot of people with chronic medical conditions to wear a medical bracelet, and a small piece of metal, it could easily save someone’s life, even after the first emergency responders to arrive. Not surprisingly, a smart phone can do, you can do better: You can set your phone to certain allergies and conditions without unlocking your screen. This opportunity is free of charge, and many of the nurses are trained to check phones for information when they arrive on the scene. For example, you may be taking beta-blockers, or if you are hyper-sensitive to latex, or have a seizure disorder. Tap or click in order to activate the medical information on the lock screen.
Bitcoin for Facebook?
Q: I’ve heard that Facebook is getting into the cryptocurrency business? What does that mean?
A: If you know anything about cryptocurrency, you probably think of Bitcoin, a monetary system that is only available online. Bitcoin has had a lot of headlines over the years for its mere existence, but also for web-savvy people have made, and lost, in a great deal of money. However, what Facebook is doing, it’s a new cryptocurrency called the Scale, it will appeal to the masses, not just numerous investors. Facebook has become heavily involved in popular banking due to the association with Paypal, as well as the ability to instantly send money via the Messenger. This cryptocurrency was probably inevitable, and while I don’t personally invest a dime, and I won’t blame anyone who is curious about it. Tap or click here to learn more about Facebook’s new digital currency.
Ask Me To Be Discreet
Q: I would like to ask you for digital stuff, but I don’t want to look like a fool on your radio show. Can you help me?
A: You have probably heard the expression, “There are no stupid questions.” But that’s not very reassuring if you have a question, it is to be heard on the national radio with millions listening, and then to the tv show. That is, it is easy to understand, and that is the reason why, when you submit a question, we are able to protect your identity. Not every question makes it on the air, and I can answer it in this column, or send them to my editor for a story. Keep this in mind For any questions you may have, there are probably hundreds of others have been wondering the same thing. Also, I personally read each and every email that you send. Tap or click to ask me a question.
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