Today is World Password Day. Happening on the first Thursday of May every year, World Password Day is a celebration to promote better password habits.
One good password habit is to change your password every now and then. Yeap, if you are free, you should spend some time today to change all your passwords. And make sure you don’t reuse them for all the accounts you have.
Few weeks ago, I was attending a talk on cybersecurity. The speaker told us that a good password should be at least 8 characters long, contains upper and lower case, alphanumeric and special characters. I hope he didn’t notice my eyes rolling.
In short, a good password is a long password that you can easily remember. Password with 4 random words that doesn’t make any sense together is a much stronger password than password with upper/lower case, special characters and numbers. And it is much easier to remember too.
If you need to do a presentation or stream movie from your Windows laptop to a big screen, the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter is a great tool for you.
The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter uses Miracast technology, allowing you to stream anything and everything that is displayed on your supported device. The adaptor is also an Intel Wireless Display (Wi-Di) certified adapter and works with 2-in-1s and tablet devices with Intel Wi-Di capability.
The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter is now available in the Singapore Microsoft Online Store at S$97. It will also be available in stores such as Best Denki, Challenger, Courts, Harvey Norman, and Newstead from 15 May onwards.
Good news to all BlackBerry PRIV users. You can now upgrade your BlackBerry Android phone to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
PRIV with Android M is coming soon to major carriers offering the smartphone. Existing PRIV users will be able to upgrade to Android M by downloading the software update on their device.
Key features of BlackBerry PRIV with Android 6.0 Marshmallow include improved notification settings, enhanced BlackBerry Keyboard, updated BlackBerry Launcher, slow motion video (without audio), improved battery life and many more.
So if you are a BlackBery PRIV owner, do check out the latest updates.