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  • What is ATM Skimming?
    What is ATM Skimming?
    Ever hear of a crime called skimming? It may not be as dramatic a crime as assault or Ponzi schemes, but it can cause significant problems to you as your savings account can be wiped out in a flash.Picture a scrawny nerd tampering with an...
  • Don't Believe These 6 Mobile Security Myths
    Don't Believe These 6 Mobile Security Myths
    Smartphones are picking up popularity. You can now access email, social media, and other things from a device that fits in your pocket (most of the time). And, although we hear about breaches and security flaws in the news, it seems like a lot of...
  • College degrees are important to your community, too
    College degrees are important to your community, too
    Over the course of your working lifetime you can expect to earn $1 million more with a bachelors degree than without. That’s a pretty major impact on your lifestyle, so why are so many people choosing to forego a college education?Nationwide...
  • Earning a college degree is important to your community, too
    Earning a college degree is important to your community, too
    Over the course of your working lifetime you can expect to earn $1 million more with a bachelors degree than without. That’s a pretty major impact on your lifestyle, so why are so many people choosing to forego a college education?Nationwide...
  • Tom Wheeler looking to have the FCC take charge of the net neutrality
    Net neutrality vote by FCC scheduled for February
    Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to move forward with an FCC vote on Internet rules in late February.The Hill reported on Thursday that two Republicans on the Federal Communications Commission are calling for Chairman Tom Wheeler to halt the vote next...
  • See the world with Fiverr
    Fiverr helps millions lead nomadic lifestyle
    The constantly expanding popularity of the Internet is leading many people to drop their “nine-to-five” jobs and head off to foreign lands, and Fiverr is leading the way. A recent report on the Huffington Post only hours ago on January...
  • Alex Jones says Pope’s views will ‘kill a billion people’
    Alex Jones says Pope’s views will ‘kill a billion people’
    Conservative talk show host Alex Jones is making headlines because of his strong opposition to Pope Francis’ views on climate change. A recent report posted on the RawStory website on January 20, 2015 cites a Jones newscast of the previous...
  • Tips for winterizing your home
    Tips for winterizing your home
    The weather outside is frightful, but there are some basic things you can do to stay warm in your home this winter. There are ten things you can do for free right now to reduce your energy bills- reverse the direction of your fan to blow the warm...
  • Can Hackers Use FraudFox VM to Defeat Your Fraud Prevention?
    Can Hackers Use FraudFox VM to Defeat Your Fraud Prevention?
    In the last few days, a number of tech magazines like Computerworld and PC Advisor have reported that FraudFox VM poses a threat to the security of online businesses—especially banks and payment services.FraudFox VM is a special version of...
  • If You use these Passwords, You will get hacked
    If You use these Passwords, You will get hacked
    Have you heard of iDict? It’s a tool that hackers can use to get passwords via what’s called brute force attacks. It’s designed to crack into iCloud’s passwords, and supposedly it can circumvent Apple’s anti-brute...
  • Microsoft introduces Windows 10
    Microsoft introduces Windows 10
    This morning at 9:00 am PST Terry Myerson, Microsoft's executive vice president in charge of the Windows division, officially unveiled the Windows 10 operating system. He kicked off the media event by glossing over some of the new features of...
  • Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight
    Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight: A Wise Investment For Your Home
    If you’ve ever been to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, you know it’s impossible to look at everything you planned to see. But one of the more interesting gadgets that caught my attention was the Smart Alert...
  • Joe Belfiore at the Windows 10 event
    12 things you need to know from the Windows 10 event
    Today, Microsoft held a two-hour event to further reveal Windows 10 and its cutting-edge functionality to the media and the tens-of-thousands of "Windows Insider" beta testers. The event was initially marred due to problems with the...
  • Microsoft announces a wearable holographic device called HoloLens
    Microsoft announces a wearable holographic device called HoloLens
    During Microsoft’s Windows 10 event today in Redmond, Washington, a brand new product-service combination called Windows Holographic was unveiled. The head-wearable band-with-glasses, called HoloLens, was relatively obscured during the...
  • Windows 10 event foiled by excessive buffering
    Windows 10 event foiled by excessive buffering
    While a select minority of the world’s most prominent tech journalists were sitting at Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Washington delightfully learning about the upcoming features of Windows 10, the rest of the Microsoft-following world...