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  • ‘Fun’ quizzes on Facebook exist to get your information

    Finding out what your face says about your past or what animal you are thanks to a Facebook quiz is fun, but those exist to collect your information.
  • Do CDs and DVDs wear out over time?

    While CDs and DVDs don't "wear out" in the traditional sense, a few different factors can affect how long they will hold important information.
  • You can use an old smartphone as a security system depending on your needs

    If you’re like most Americans, you probably have an old smartphone collecting dust because you upgraded. It can be used as part of a security system.
  • Is getting an Apple smartphone really safer than one that runs Android?

    I’m trying to decide on a new smartphone. Is it true that iPhones are safer than Android smartphones?
  • This is why you still can’t use chipped credit cards everywhere

    Why do so many stores have the new chipped terminals for credit cards but they still aren’t working?
  • If you’re having trouble upgrading, you may have a computer hardware issue

    If you're having trouble updating your computer, it may not be a problem with the software. Your hardware could be going bad.
  • Businesses need to take steps to avoid wire transfer scams

    One of the fastest-growing Internet banking scams that specifically targets businesses is a very clever form of wire transfer phishing fraud.
  • Airplane Wi-Fi is no safer than that at your local coffee shop

    The Wi-Fi used on airplanes is no safer than that at your local coffee shop, so you should take steps to protect yourself.
  • How can I stop my computer from automatically updating to Windows 10?

    Microsoft has made it so Windows 10 automatically updates on each and every single PC, as it is deemed a "recommended update." Lucky for you, you really don't need the new operating system.
  • What is the most secure private browsing system to use on a computer?

    In today's day and age, it's hard to comprehend the difference between private browsing systems, especially when they seem so similar. Ken Colburn discusses the pros and cons of Tor and private browsing sessions in internet browsers.
  • If I get locked out after trying my password too many times, how do hackers get in?

    If I get locked out of my account when I type three wrong passwords, how are hackers able to use guessing to break in?
  • Can I remotely reboot my router?

    As most everyone has experienced, there are times when you need to reboot your router and/or modem in order to get things working properly.
  • Drones, connected homes big at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show

    While everyone was gearing up for Day 1 of the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we got the inside track on this year's biggest devices.
  • What’s expected at CES this year?

    With the annual tech show known as The International CES set to open next week, the speculation on what we’ll see is filling the Internet.
  • Here is why RFID-blocking wallets are a huge waste of money

    Ken Colburn with the Data Doctors explains why users with a new RFID, or "chipped" credit card, do not need a special wallet or sleeve to protect it from wireless hacking.