October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month – the perfect time to give your accounts and devices the protection they deserve, and learn about the current threats you face online. While there is no sure-fire way to completely defend your… (Continue Reading)
Dear TDS Customers,
Each spring and fall, TV service for TDS customers experience a technical phenomenon called “sun outages.” This fall, the solar satellite interference are expected from Oct. 4-13.
Solar interference happens when the sun’s path across the sky… (Continue Reading)
TDS® has launched TDS Internet Security, a new security product that will keep customer’s internet and online devices safe.
With TDS Internet Security, customers will be able to easily distribute and manage TDS Internet Security licenses from their My Account… (Continue Reading)
The viral app, most recently part of a celebrity #FaceAppChallenge, allows users to upload photos to see how they might look when they’re old, if they were a different gender, etc. Although it has been around for a few years,… (Continue Reading)
TDS® is launching a new security product that will keep your online devices safe and protect your home internet.
With TDS Internet Security, you will be able to easily distribute and manage TDS internet security licenses from their My Account… (Continue Reading)
Research from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that children between the ages of 8 to 18 spend up to eight hours online each day.
June is National Internet Safety Month. As schools close for summer recess, young students will have… (Continue Reading)
The latest entertainment scams are just like Trojan Horses—you invite them into your home thinking they’re something awesome, but they actually mean you harm.
Back in the old days (in 2017), you “just” had to worry about downloading pirated content… (Continue Reading)
It’s springtime, which means it’s a good time to clean out your old computer passwords and replace them with stronger ones that are tough to crack.
The tips below were adapted from the Department of Homeland Security’s Online Privacy Tip… (Continue Reading)
The average number of hours an office worker spends in front of a computer screen is six-and-a-half. When you add in the number of hours most people spend on their phones, you can chalk up nearly 10 hours per day… (Continue Reading)
If you, or someone in your family, enjoy the super-popular online games be warned: there are real-life security risks at play in online gaming.
Take Fortnite, three recently discovered security bugs would have allowed hackers to access account and payment… (Continue Reading)