This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. BGR is not affiliated with any developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app anyway, you will be charged by Apple. Continue reading “Check out the 10 paid iPhone and iPad apps below, which are all on sale for free right now.”
Small businesses are still a bit behind the curve when it comes to getting online. They’re pretty good with social media (most have adopted it), but they’d benefit more by having their own site, rather than relying on Facebook.
I stumbled across this article and I felt it was a good read because it related so closely with the Hartman Technology team. Personally I grew up working on swine farms, on constructions sites, in call centers and even in a gym for period of time. Although most of our team has been in Sioux Falls for some time, the team has a diverse background which led them here. Continue reading “What washing dishes, driving a truck and working in a cemetery taught me about the power of ‘blue-collar’ software”
Amuse a lazy orange tabby cat by using YouTube live-chat commands to dangle a fuzzy toy and serve up treats. Continue reading “Play with this cat through an interactive YouTube chat”
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The holiday season is fast approaching, and marketers everywhere are rubbing their hands together, contemplating the rich vein of frenzied consumer spend on offer. Continue reading “Study shows mobile marketers are missing holiday season opportunities”
Since 2013, every single Yahoo account has been hacked. That’s 3 billion accounts in all. Change your password and user ID on all the other sites where you’ve used your email password and user ID. Make your password longer and more obscure. Continue reading “October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)”
What have we been up to?
We often get the opportunity to work with great companies that are local, national and worldwide. We have recently finished a few really fun projects and we wanted to share them with you. Interestingly enough, these recent projects fall perfectly inline with many of the questions that we are being asked. Take a look at the questions and how Hartman Technology creates custom solutions for customers. Continue reading “What We Have Been Up To and Your Questions Answered”
It’s not uncommon for people to ignore basic and well-known computer and internet security practices. They don’t perform regular backups. They don’t use password managers, two-factor authentication, or even different passwords for different accounts. They click on links in phishing emails. They know better but they don’t bother until they get burned. Then, of course, it’s too late. Continue reading “Chrome Will Soon Warn You About Unsecure Websites. Should You Be Concerned?”
Since 1999 October 3rd is recognized as National Techies Day. Make sure to thank your IT guy, web developer or favorite software engineer 😉 I am sure they appreciate sweets and anything that includes caffeine! Here are a few notable days in tech history to honor this day. Continue reading “National Techies Day: Notable Days In Tech History”