11 Top Tech Tips For Working At Home

The internet is more important than ever these days — chances are you’re doing a lot more online! So make the most of it by making the most of your technology. Here are Leapfrog’s top tweaks that you can make for free or for a small investment: Move your wifi router for better performance. Make …

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Am I Secure Online? Take the Quiz and Find Out

With all the talk about cybersecurity these days, you may be wondering what small changes you can make to be more secure, and if those changes will really make a difference. With so many threats out there, is it worth even trying? It’s absolutely worth trying! Leapfrog has seen time and again how a few …

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7 Tips To Be a Super-Savvy Tech Genius in 2020

This is the perfect time of year to get your devices up to date and streamline your online life. It’s easier than you may think! Here are Leapfrog’s top tips to start your decade off like a tech pro. How many have you already done? 1. Delete the apps you don’t use … start fresh! …

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Online Scams Against Seniors: 6 Ways to Protect Your Loved Ones

If someone you love is over 65 and online, they can be targeted by cybercriminals simply because of their age. People who are less internet-savvy make good victims regardless of their age, and senior citizens are prime targets because they’re more likely to have financial nest eggs. But even internet-savvy seniors get scammed. Here’s what …

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Equifax Settlement Update: What’s Changed and What to Claim

Consumers can expect less cash from Equifax than originally stated in its class action settlement — a lot less cash. You probably received the “COURT APPROVED LEGAL NOTICE” email from Equifax that included the new warning. About half of all American adults – more than 145 million people — were affected by the breach and it …

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New (Easier) Passwords Rules For 2019!

You know the advice you used to get about creating good passwords? It’s been updated for 2019! But don’t be confused about what the advice really means. The highly circulated news that you no longer have to update your passwords except under certain circumstances has been badly misunderstood. Here are three charts that explain the …

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Pros and Cons of Wireless Charging for Your Phone

Should you or shouldn’t you charge your phone using a wireless pad? Is it bad for your battery? Bad for the environment? How long does it take to reach a full charge? For the answers (and more!), see our Wireless Charging Pros & Cons chart: A quick primer on how wireless charging works Have you …

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Chrome Wins! But Which Browser Is Really Best For You?

Did you know that more than 72% of browser users choose Google Chrome? That means you’re probably one of them. Microsoft is even scrapping its Edge browser and building a new one on Google’s open-source Chromium to try to catch up. But did you know you have options that might serve you better? Here’s a …

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