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  • MacBook Pro 15 battery recall is too serious to ignore

    It’s important that anyone who purchased a 15-inch MacBook Pro between September 2015 and February 2017 check to see if their laptop is part of a battery recall.
  • Are business reviews on Yelp really more negative than on other sites?

    The observation that business reviews on Yelp are more negative than on other platforms isn’t something you’re imagining.
  • Is iTunes going away? Not quite, but here’s what will happen

    Apple is shutting down iTunes, but the good news is that it's not going to suddenly stop working and every user is in total control over what happens and when it happens or if it happens at all.
  • How do I disable remote desktop in Windows?

    Disabling remote access will help protect your computer from a variety of threats, including unscrupulous tech support scammers.
  • Should I turn my computer off every night?

    The answer for each person will be different depending upon how often you use the computer and how many automated tasks the computer is set up to perform.
  • How do I know if there’s a hidden camera in my rental property?

    Many rental property guests have shared stories about finding hidden cameras in their rooms. Here's how to find out if your host is secretly recording you.
  • Expecting a baby? Here are some technology options to consider

    The world of prenatal health technology is exploding with options that have the potential to better inform expectant parents throughout the pregnancy.
  • How can I give my employees a fake phishing scam?

    Businesses are a primary target of cyber criminals. All it takes is one user in the company to fall for a cleverly crafted email for the infiltration to begin.
  • How can I make sure my Amazon Alexa is not spying on me?

    Voice-activated devices like Amazon Alexa can be helpful in the home, but some of the privacy issues have given users pause.
  • As 5G phones become more popular, beware of misinformation

    The 5G phones that are currently available or that will be available by the end of this year can be counted on one hand. Don't get fooled by misinformation.
  • Why is my internet slow, even though the speed test says it is fast?

    There are few things these days as frustrating as a slow internet connection, especially when you’re paying for a fast connection. Here's how to address it.
  • Which browser for my computer is the best to use?

    Your choice in browsers can be one of the most important decisions you’ll make on all your internet-connected devices. Here's how you can pick the best one.
  • Should I upgrade to the Pixel 3 or the Galaxy S10?

    Anyone looking for the best Android will likely debate between the Pixel 3 or the Galaxy S10 and frankly, you can’t go wrong with either of these handsets.
  • Is a free laptop tracking program safe to use?

    All of your mobile devices are much more vulnerable to being lost or stolen, so planning ahead is really smart. But using a free laptop tracking program might not be the way to go.
  • What should I be doing to protect my children’s identities?

    It’s easy to think that ID theft is only a problem for adults, but 2018 statistics reveal that it’s twice as likely that a child’s ID is stolen over an adult’s.
  • Why am I getting so many robocalls and what can I do to stop them?

    If it seems like you’re getting a lot more calls that are either a robocall, a scammer or someone trying to sell you something, you’re not imagining it.
  • Should you rely on free tools to audit your business website?

    Just as keeping up with changes to labor laws, tax code and other dynamic areas of business is necessary, the same is true with your website.
  • There are people claiming that 5G will cause cancer — is it true?

    There are rumors that 5G, the highly anticipated next generation of cellular technology, will cause cancer. But is it true?
  • What are my options when Microsoft discontinues support for Windows 7?

    Windows 7, which was released in 2009 - when the Internet was a very different place - will no longer be supported for free starting January 15th, 2020.
  • Do those apps that scan for card skimmers at gas stations work?

    Credit card skimmers are a growing problem, especially at gas stations because gas pumps still aren’t setup to read chipped cards.