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6 Summer Staycation Ideas During Covid-19

While restrictions in some countries start to lift, some of us are still stuck with stay-at-home orders. Understandably, 2021 hasn’t been a great year to vacation so far.

If you’ve had to postpone any vacation plans due to cancelled flights, shuttered locations, or simply out of concern for your own health and safety,  we have some ideas for you!

Continue reading below for some fun and safe “staycation” ideas and ways you can add some excitement to this year’s summer holiday. 

The End of Internet Explorer: What You Need to Know

Over the past year, Microsoft has been moving away from Internet Explorer and has since announced it plans to retire the browser by 2022, a decision which shouldn’t come as a surprise to those familiar with the once beloved web browser. Now pushing 25 years old, Internet Explorer once stood at the forefront of dependable web browsers but has inevitably become notorious for being one of the more slow, buggy, and overall frustrating web browsers on the market today. Keep reading to learn more.

What You Need to Know About Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day 2021: What You Need to Know

Amazon’s Prime Day starts on June 21st this year – unlike last year, we don’t have to wait until October to get some of the best deals on your favourite products. With millions of products being sold during this brief period, Prime Day is easily one of the biggest sales of the year! However, with the growing popularity of Prime Day and online shopping, online hackers and scammers are still ready to take advantage of this increase in web traffic. Keep reading to keep yourself protected!

5 Tools to Solve Dad's Computer Issues

5 Best Tools to Solve Dad’s Computer Issues this Father’s Day

If there’s one thing dads love, it’s gadgets! There is always a variety of tech gifts you can get for your dad on Father’s Day, but we know it can be tough deciding on the best one.

Keep reading for our top techy gift ideas for Father’s Day!

What You Should Know About the JBS Ransomware Attack

Meat eaters be wary! This past Tuesday, JBS, considered the world’s largest meat processing company, disclosed that it had suffered a ransomware attack, effectively halting meat production across the US, Canada, and Australia. While we don’t have a clear indication as to who is behind the cyberattack, White House Officials are currently pointing the finger towards Russian-based hackers.

But what exactly happened to JBS? Who is responsible? And does this mean for the prices of your daily produce? Keep reading to find out more.