Adam is a writer with an interest in a variety of mediums, from podcasts to comic books to video essays to novels to blogging — too many, basically. He's based out of Seattle, and remains a staunch defender of his state's slogan: "sayWA." In his spare time, he recommends articles about science fiction on Twitter, @AdamRRowe

 

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The Latest Online Scams to Avoid in June

Another month, another round of security threats and online scams. In the past week alone, it was reported that 500,000 routers worldwide are host to Russian-origin malware. The internet security news cycle means you’re never far from breaking news of another data breach ...

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5 Tools to Help You Search the Archived Internet

The archived internet deserves more recognition. Online security has been a hot button topic in the tech community recently, with data scandals and privacy policy updates constantly driving the conversation. But, keeping the internet a stable and reliable network isn’t all ...

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The ELD Mandate: Everything You Need to Know

The ELD mandate rules that nearly all U.S. commercial motor vehicles must now have an electronic logging device (ELD) in order to track drivers’ hours of service and ensure they comply with labor regulations. Here's everything you need to know to avoid hefty fines, or worse.

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All the New Announcements From the Apple WWDC 2018

CEO Tim Cook just took the stage in San Jose for the Keynote Address at the 2018 WWDC from Apple. WWDC, nominally a chance for developers (from over 70 countries) to learn what operating system updates to expect from the company, presented a schedule...

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Kaspersky, Huawei, and the Geopolitics of Tech Companies

The Russian cybersecurity software company Kaspersky Labs is opening a core data center in Switzerland in a move intended to restore customer trust. Why the image rehabilitation? In a word: Russia. Kaspersky’s home country has turned it into a geopolitical persona non ...

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Everything to Know About the OnePlus 6 Launch

The OnePlus 6 phone launch event covered a lot of ground, from the new flagship smartphone’s impressive hardware specs to the latest software upgrade. OnePlus also gave us a look at the company’s buzzy new Bullets Wireless earphones. Here’s everything you need ...

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What Is the Deep Web and How Can You Access It?

The Deep Web describes the hidden parts of the internet that can’t be found using search engines such as Google. There’s a vast amount of data on the Deep Web, including some perfectly everyday stuff, such as the contents of your own webmail inbox....

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Google’s New Gmail Features and How Best to Use Them

This year, Gmail’s 1.4 billion users are getting their first major upgrade since 2011. From a game-changing “snooze email” function to the exciting option to make sent messages “self-destruct”, we run through the key features of the new Gmail ...

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Every Boston Venture Firm, Listed

The reports on 1Q 2018 are in: 1,683 venture-backed companies raised $28.2 billion in funds last quarter, according to industry database Pitchbook. It’s the fourth quarter in a row that has seen over $20 billion in venture capital, and $28.2 billion marks the largest ...

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The Secret to Security in the Age of Remote Working

In 2018, the future of the location-independent workforce is brighter than ever. Who wouldn’t want the flexibility of taking the occasional (or regular) opportunity to break from the office and work where it suits you? Employees love it, and businesses increasingly see the ...

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How to Set Up Parental Controls on Your Chromebook

Chromebooks are perfect for children. They’re light-weight, hold a day-long charge, can be operated easily, and are browser-first, without any risks of downloading sketchy software. Best of all, they’re cheap, too. Despite all these kid-friendly credentials, a lack ...