How to secure your passwords with LastPass

  • March 22, 2014

A lot of our privacy and security content makes an important assumption. That assumption is that nobody can get into your account without breaking through some sort of protective measures, meaning you are only vulnerable due to either your activities or security holes on the web. The truth is, though, bad passwords are much more often your personal security’s weakest link.

Read More

Your old Microsoft Points are being converted into cash credit

  • March 20, 2014

Long-time users of Xbox 360 may remember that the currency for buying game upgrades and the like was known as Microsoft Points. Since these were bought in bundles, users would rarely have a balance of 0 points. All users with a remaining balance of points saw their balance converted into a cash credit that can be used on Xbox Live, Xbox Music, the Windows App Store, or the Windows Phone Store. 

Read More

How to use Pocket to keep track of news, articles, and more on the web

  • February 27, 2014

Chances are that you have seen or heard of Pocket (formerly known as Read it Later). Maybe you have just noticed its logo when you see sharing options on different websites, like this one, or you might have heard of it but you aren’t sure how it might fit into your workflow.

Today, GettingThingsTech will show you exactly what Pocket is all about. It starts with giving you a way to manage the real or virtual piling up of all those things you wanted to read.

Read More
Support This Site
Bitcoin Donations:

Litecoin Donations: