That’s right. It’s Spring, which means Spring Cleaning. Set aside the brushes and mops. Grab a liter of soda and get a comfortable chair. Put on your problem-solving hat, and get started. The goal: To make your computer faster, more efficient, and more reliable for all the work you’ll be doing to wrap up the

By trying to protect their privacy, they leave themselves open to threats. Anyone with a smartphone wants control over who sees the content on it, and for teens, that desire for privacy and autonomy is especially strong. However, the lengths some teens go to in order to protect their phone’s data from parents can actually

While these terms are related, they do not mean the same thing. Most of us access the internet many times each day — from our laptops, our smartphones, or even our smart TVs. More often than not, we’re using a wireless network for our connection. Some people use the terms “internet” and “Wi-Fi” interchangeably, but

Don’t be an April Fool! Back up all your important files — including family photos, home videos, and financial documents — on World Backup Day, March 31. What is a backup? It’s simply a second copy of your files that’s kept in a safe place other than on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. That place

Our Granite State Communications Pioneer Club recently donated over $5,600 to local community organizations in our serving area. Some of these included food pantries, public libraries, athletic clubs, and recreation departments in the towns of Chester, Hillsborough, Sandown, Washington, and Weare. We also donated to the the ITPA Scholarship Fund and got together to purchase,