How to safely get rid of your old PC.
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Facebook won’t allow you to directly eliminate ads from your news feed – but you can limit them by understanding how you have been targeted.
Google has introduced a better/smarter router for $199.
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Google asked 231 security experts for their top tips.
Google’s Gmail spam filter is making it even easier to make sure you only get the email you want.
7 of the most common mistakes made when emailing and how to fix them.
Report details how well some of the country’s largest tech companies protect your data.
As a PayPal user – you are required to accept robocalls.
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Search results are already confusing – malware only complicates the problem.
Cyber criminals are manipulating IRS online resources to steal tax refunds.
9 steps you can take to boost your Wi-Fi speed.
Your guide to dealing with Facebook’s ever changing privacy policies.
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President Obama is reportedly preparing to propose new restrictions on the ways companies like Facebook & Google can use consumer data.
The 25 most commonly used passwords online.
Those trying to control the ‘supply’ are the ones to blame.
How to boost the WiFi signal strength in your home.
Techlicious evaluates the best new applications for managing your inbox.
The best tools for protecting your privacy when using Chrome, IE, Firefox & Safari.
Security experts suggest USB devices are wide open to attack.
This story about Shellshock is the most important one of the week. Poking a big hole in the cloak of perceived invulnerability for Linux. And also impacts many accessories beyond the PC itself (e.g., IP cams, routers, etc).
5 stylish options to guard against surges.
Your actions on Facebook have a direct effect on what you see in your newsfeed.
The best laptop for Fall 2014 under $500 – considering design, reliability & performance.
9 photo sharing sites are ranked according to 4 important criteria.
Great tips for managing your online reputation.
Is it possible to be active online and still maintain your privacy?
Could this government backed internet ID system be the answer to cybersecurity concerns and restoring trust online?
Which all-in-one printer delivers ‘excellent print quality for documents and photos, above average scanning and copying speeds and easy operation’ for under $200?
Key features that your cloud storage service should have.
A new report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation shows some companies are making progress in better protecting your data privacy – while others have a long way to go.
A six month study by Techlicious reveals the browser that offers the best combination of ease of use, speed, safety and privacy.
On the heels of the dramatic Heartbleed vulnerability news – comes browser extensions for Chrome & Firefox that can help guard against this problem.
The FCC has cleared the way for more high speed, high capacity Wi-Fi across the country.
11 ways to quickly and easily search Google and find what you are looking for.
Use this comprehensive How to Guide – to recheck your Facebook privacy settings.
An innocent response to a fake Netflix email could lead hackers to your private files and your wallet.
Helpful sites that might be able to tell you if your accounts have been hacked and if your personal information may have been compromised.
Day after day, hour after hour, spent staring at a computer screen can threaten your ocular health.
Why using one complex password is no longer enough protection.
Planning to upgrade to the latest and greatest PC? Check out this comprehensive guide to selling you old PC online for top dollar.
Keep your online gift giving preparations under wraps.
Gmail features that make the powerful email application even better.
Your name and face could soon appear in Google ads – unless you take these steps to protect your privacy.