Streamline Your Tech By Ditching Cable and Satellite TV

APRIL 2013: If you don’t like to pay for something you could get for free, you can now leap away from expensive cable and satellite bills forever! As long as you have a high-speed Internet connection, three smart TV options are ready for prime time and integrate with devices you’re probably already using. And you don’t …

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Holiday sHOPping? Here Are 8 Awesome & Affordable Tech Gifts

NOVEMBER 2012:  Nothing says Happy Holidays like tech gifts that help people you love become more productive! The faster they (or you) can get “it” done, the more time everyone has for fun! So we hopped around to find some of the most useful, unusual, affordable and smile-producing tech-related gifts in the entire pond. Check …

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How To Talk On Your House Phone Via Your Mobile Phone

AUGUST 2012:  Are you thinking of giving up your landline but like your comfy handset? Do you walk around the house with a Bluetooth device sticking out of your ear? Would you like to answer your cell phone without having to carry it around in your pocket? Then leap on this convenient technology whose time …

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5 Super-Easy Tech Tips To Start the Year Off Safer

Does the thought of becoming safer online seem as enticing as getting a jump on your taxes? You’re not alone! Even us frogs don’t like to slow down. So here are five super (and we mean SUPER) easy things you can do to protect yourself online while barely breaking your stride:   Tip 1: Disconnect …

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Don’t Be Duped! 6 Ways to Recycle Your Electronics for Real on Earth Day (and Every Day)

Did you know that some of the materials used to make your favorite tech equipment can wreak havoc on the human body? Electronics contain heavy metals like lead, mercury and cadmium, and also toxic chemicals like hexavalent chromium and brominated flame retardants. When discarded in dumps, the poisons end up in people’s bodies through ground …

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The Cyber Black Market: What’s Your Bank Login Worth?

Chances are when you think about someone stealing your credit card, password or identity, you imagine this person then pilfers your accounts or sets up fake ones using your information. Not likely. Instead, the thief — who is more often than not connected to organized crime — probably sells your confidential data on the black …

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