Google is constantly updating apps and settings permissions that might require your attention. Here’s how to check what you’re sharing and stay in control.
Facebook can be a great way to keep in touch with both old and new friends—just don’t post the following five things, or they may come back to haunt you.
Over 40% of all US households have been affected by a computer virus at some point. Here, we’ll tell you how to get anti-virus software without paying a cent.
In this article, we’ll talk about what public records are, common problems with people search websites, and how you can find all of this information at no charge.
The web is now the first place we turn to learn about each other because potential customers, clients, employers and investors are Googling you beforehand.
There are plenty of opportunities to connect to public Wi-Fi when you’re on the go. Here’s how to help make sure your data stays safe on open networks.
Raising a tween or teenager is difficult enough, without all the dangers associated with social media websites. In this article, we’ll outline how you can keep your children safe from cyberbullying and sexting.
Most of us can’t wait to get our hands on the new iPhone 6. But before you make your decision, keep in mind it will cost you much more than the advertised $199.
As a Facebook user, you’ve almost certainly heard that the popular social networking site will begin charging a $2.99 fee for monthly membership this November 2014.
Consider the impact on your life if someone takes hundreds (or even thousands) of pictures of you without your knowledge, and posts them online? Even worse, what if they demand money to put a stop to it?
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