How to Sell Your Electronics Online

  When you find yourself purging the house of older or no longer useful gadgets, the challenge arises in figuring out what to do with them next. Online peer-to-peer sales sites can offer a unique opportunity to earn some cash while making your trash someone else’s treasure, but they can be daunting for the newbie. […]

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How to Spring Clean your Tech Properly!

Ahh Spring. It’s that time of year again. The sun has returned after months of gloomy and grey skies. As light shines through your windows again, it’s impossible to ignore all the dust and clutter that’s built up throughout your home. If you’re ready to tackle a bit of spring cleaning, make sure you don’t […]

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How to Spot GoFundMe Scams

We’ve all heard the tragic story of 72 year of Grandpa Robert Godwin Sr who was shot in cold blood on Easter Sunday. The perpetrator, known as the Facebook Killer, posted the video of the killing on Facebook. Within 24 hours of this horrible incident, at least 35 FAKE GoFundMe accounts were established! The worst […]

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Ditch Cable, Keep Your Local Channels

If you’re itching to ditch your cable or satellite commitment, we are here to explain how to cut the cord without losing your local TV favorites. These days we all stream content using services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc. With all of these you can catch movies and previous seasons of TV shows. […]

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New Facebook Features – Is Snapchat Worried?

Facebook recently rolled out a new set of SnapChat-like features, including “Stories.” We are here to show everyone why this vanishing daily video feature will get you sucked into back into Facebook. Great! How is this different from sharing a photo on Facebook? The idea is a story or conversation told in pictures, the story […]

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The Death of Internet Privacy

Last year the FCC passed a series of rules for how Internet Service Providers deal with their customers’ data, limiting their ability to track and sell information about customer’s online activity. On Tuesday March 28, 2017, the House passed S.J. Resolution 34, nullifying the FCC’s privacy rules. So let’s talk about what this means to […]

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Could Your Electronics Explode?

  It’s not just Galaxy 7 batteries that are exploding. Earlier this year a California teen was charging his Dell Laptop on his couch when it exploded and then caught fire! Are your devices at risk? Well the bad news is… yes! But the good news is you can do a lot to reduce the […]

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Hands On With The Nintendo Switch

One of the most anticipated consoles in recent history, the hybrid handheld/console Nintendo Switch was released on Friday March 3rd at midnight. This is the follow up to their unsuccessful Wii U console. There has been a lot of hype around this, so we spent some time with it and have some insights for you […]

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Apps to Make Saving Money Simple

We all know we should be putting money aside for emergencies, retirement and your next vacation, but saving money when you don’t have a lot to spare is daunting. So let’s discuss new apps that make saving money painless. First of all, we should talk about incremental “micro-savings”. Instead of having to fit a $50 […]

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Are Your Smart Devices Spying On You?

Earlier this month, Vizio agreed to pay $2.2 million in penalties to settle a lawsuit brought by the FTC for tracking its customer’s viewing habits without their consent. Are you concerned that your Smart TV is keeping tabs on you? What was Vizio doing that got it in hot water with the FTC? They were […]

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