Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus: How Do the Big 3 Compare?
With more and more Americans cutting the cord with their cable providers and opting to use an online video service to watch their favorite TV shows and movies, you may wonder which streaming service is the best one out there. To help you decide, we've taken a look at the three online video giants...
Post-Tax Season Scams to Look Out for
Earlier in August, the IRS revealed that the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has been informed of nearly 4,000 instances of tax scamming this year, which added up to over $20 million in losses. Tax season may be over, but for scammers it?s always the season to swindle ta...
Geolocation: Beneficial or Dangerous?
Have you ever wondered how Facebook seems to know the exact city you?re posting from? Whether you're on a computer, a smartphone or some other type of electronic device, chances are it has geolocation functions built into it. Geolocation is the term for the identification of the exact location of...
New Research Finds More Teens Encounter Drama on Social Media
Parents often worry about how often their children go online, and what sort of interactions they may encounter on the web. According to a recent study by Pew Research Center, 92% of teens ages 13 to 17 report that they go online daily. More than half of teens in this report go online multiple tim...
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