5 New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy To Keep

After lots of parties and fun, it’s time to *really* start the New Year. Is there a better way than to kick it off with a challenge? Let’s admit it: all those quit-smoking-start-jogging-save-the-nature promises aren’t going to happen. But you know what? There are some resolutions that are simple, effective and take almost no effort.   Our team has come …

Parents, play it SMART Online

Smart Parent Guide: How to Talk to Your Child about the Dangers Online?

We use the internet for everything; shopping, researching, socializing, learning, navigating. The same is true for our kids. They use the internet to play games, talk to their friends, and do their homework. And kids are curious, wanting to learn and discover the world around them. Of course, we want to encourage this as much as possible. The problem with …

CUJO Guest: How to Make an iPhone or iPad Toddler-Friendly?

Today we are excited to hear insights from a blogger and a father Michael Kummer, who usually writes about technology, health, parenting and traveling. He shares his tips about a topic that worries every smart parent: how to make iDevices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) toddler-friendly? Michael is a technologist. He loves gadgets that add value by simplifying his life and …

Connected home is way more fun than this

Smart Home Security: What You Should Know?

By Kestas Malakauskas Home automation is the future. Smart thermostats and lighting systems make your home look and feel just right. Smart refrigerator orders food while you enjoy a lazy night in with a selection of movies, picked to fit your mood. All of that is already a reality or just a few years away. How to make sure that …

The Smartest Home in America

There is a tech on the market that can automate lights, temperature, and music in all corners of your home. You can buy gadgets that lock your doors and make it look like someone is home when you’re not there. No one can dispute that these things are cool, but we’re here to ask: are they safe? The house that …

Who should protect consumers from cyberthreats?

Who should be protecting consumers from cybersecurity threats?

It is clear that we need new solutions in cybersecurity. In this post, we will discuss the different ways that ISPs currently can protect a customer’s home network environment, touching on an industry standard solution: OpenDNS and its implementation. We will also discuss its shortcomings, using Mirai as an example to show how DNS solutions left the world completely unprotected …

Smart home is not as private as we wish

The CIA can hack your router, it’s only a matter of time until criminals can too

June 16th, 2017: Yesterday, a Wikileaks release showed that Wifi routers are susceptible to hacking using tools created by the CIA. According to Wired: Your Wifi router, sitting in the corner of your home accumulating dust and unpatched security flaws, provides an attractive target for hackers. Including, according to a new WikiLeaks release, the CIA. Wikileaks released a detailed account …