An increasing number of Americans suffer from computer vision syndrome – eye discomfort and visual problems leading to tired, sore, and dry eyes.
Tuesday’s the day: Microsoft is X-ing out Windows XP, pulling support for the operating system nearly 13 years after its release. But with some estimates showing XP is still installed on more than a quarter of the world’s PCs, will they now become a prime target?
Virtual Private Networks are nothing new, but they’ve largely been the stuff of enterprise, businesspeople hopping on workplace systems while traveling.
On April 8th, a month from today, Microsoft will pull the plug on Windows XP. The millions of computers still running the operating system won’t stop working, but they’ll face a big new security risk.
Essay optional. No penalties for wrong answers. The SAT college entrance exam is undergoing sweeping revisions.
When it comes to figuring your taxes, should you rely on software or turn to a pro?
Camden County officials are letting residents know that “e-waste” can no longer be put out curbside for pickup on trash collection day.
When it comes to note-taking, students who do it the old-fashioned way might be better off.
With the holidays comes the gifting of new gadgets to replace old or outdated models, and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEPT) is reiterating that certain devices must be taken to designated recycling points as mandated by law.
Tonight CBS 3 has learned some of those computers have been stolen.
Wi-Fi Finder lets you locate both free and paid WiFi, covering 650,000 locations in 144 countries.
Actor and comedian Kevin Hart has donated 500 computers to schools and the recreation department in his hometown of Philadelphia.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at the findings and offers some helpful advice for keeping transactions secure.
In a world that seems to be full of cell phones and iPads, it’s easy to forget that not everyone has a computer. But one Chester County charity is eager to change that.
The University announced Tuesday that files had been taken that included confidential personal information about both current and past employees, including student employees.